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Program Management System - 21st BCCE - Qualitative Educational Research: Design and Implementation (Part 2)

Workshop Title: Qualitative Educational Research: Design and Implementation (Part 2)
Descrption: This workshop is designed to help chemical educators begin to formulate and conduct their own chemical/science education research studies using qualitative research methods. The workshop leaders will deliver presentations on the main features of this research tradition: identifying problems, preparing guiding questions, choosing appropriate theoretical framework(s), developing interview protocols and other instruments, and collecting and analyzing data. The participants will be asked to work on activities in small groups after each topic is covered in order to become familiarized with the practice. These activities will also serve as an opportunity to receive feedback from the workshop facilitators. Although the organizers will provide necessary examples for the activities, participants are encouraged to bring research topics of interest so that we may help them design their studies. Workshop fees include the book, Theoretical Frameworks in Chemistry/Science Education, for each participant.
Program: 21st BCCE
Leader: Gautam Bhattacharyya
CoLeaders:
Commercial: No
Number of times to offer workshop: Once
Day: full day
Fee: $55
Minimum Participants: 6
Maximum Participants: 24
Room: GATE 142
Space: Please See Extra Information Below
Computer: Please See Extra Information Below
Demo: N/A
Extra Information: Because the workshop participants are expected to engage in group work, we would appreciate a room in which the desks may be moved around or a room with several tables and chairs. We also require a projector (with VGF cable), an area to display the projections (screen or whiteboard), and an overhead projector or significant board space (chalkboard or dry erase board). Wireless access to the internet for workshop facilitators and participants is requested but not an absolute necessity.
Itemized Expenses: $45 is required per participant. Each participant will receive the book, Theoretical Frameworks in Chemistry/Science Education, and supplies including copies, folders, note pads, and writing implements. Book: $31 (List price at Amazon.com as of 10/19/09) Supplies: $14 TOTAL: $45

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