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Workshop Title: Chemical Education Research: Statistics Workshop
Descrption: It is recommended that participants take the morning workshop entitled: Chemical Education Research Developing Researchable Questions and Corresponding Methodologies prior to attending this workshop. Participants are encouraged to bring research ideas with them to work through the design process. The purpose of this workshop is to provide tools for researchers to choose the appropriate statistical analyses for their research designs. The statistical analyses explored in this workshop will go beyond the t and F tests into more advanced statistics specifically ANOVA. The workshop will address the following: 1.) identifying variables and selecting appropriate research design; 2.) choosing the statistical analysis relevant to the research design along with consideration of the assumptions and restrictions within the analysis; 3.) running various analyses in SPSS; 4.)interpretation and conclusions of results from the analyses. The workshop will include three parts during which attendees will have the opportunity to discuss research design, input data into SPSS for analysis, and interpret SPSS outputs in order to make valid conclusions from the results.
Program: 21st BCCE
Leader: Diane Bunce
CoLeaders: Elizabeth Flens
Kelly Neiles
Commercial:
Number of times to offer workshop: 1
Day: half day
Fee: $30
Minimum Participants: 12
Maximum Participants: 24
Room: CHEM 232
Space: Computer Lab with one computer per participant. Computers should have access to SPSS through the University of North Texas. Computer projection system is necessary
Computer: One computer needed for each participant and each computer must have access to SPSS (version 16 or 17)
Demo: No DEMOs will be performed
Extra Information: This workshop should be given on the same day as the Chemical Education Research Developing Researchable Questions and Corresponding Methodologies. This workshop should follow the research workshop. The following book is recommended for participants to purchase (Available from Amazon.com): Pallant, J. (2007). SPSS Survival Manual: A Step by Step Guide to Data Analysis Using SPSS for Windows (Version 15), 3rd Ed. New York: Open University Press/McGraw-Hill Education.
Itemized Expenses: $30 workshop fee Xeroxing: $7.00 Binder: $3.00 Postage: $10.00 Administrative Cost: $10.00 The following book is recommended for participants to purchase (Available from Amazon.com): Pallant, J. (2007). SPSS Survival Manual: A Step by Step Guide to Data Analysis Using SPSS for Windows (Version 15), 3rd Ed. New York: Open University Press/McGraw-Hill Education.

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