Karen E. Irving

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Education Ohio State University, Columbus, Columbus, OH 
Area:
Sciences Education
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Ayse Oguz grad student 2005 Ohio State
Emine Adadan grad student 2006 Ohio State
Judith C. French grad student 2009 Ohio State
Melissa L. Shirley grad student 2009 Ohio State
Mei-Chun Lai grad student 2012 Ohio State
SoonChun Lee grad student 2012 Ohio State
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Lee SC, Irving KE. (2018) Development of Two-Dimensional Classroom Discourse Analysis Tool (CDAT): scientific reasoning and dialog patterns in the secondary science classes. International Journal of Stem Education. 5: 5
Shirley ML, Irving KE. (2015) Connected Classroom Technology Facilitates Multiple Components of Formative Assessment Practice Journal of Science Education and Technology. 24: 56-68
Pape SJ, Irving KE, Bell CV, et al. (2011) Principles of effective pedagogy within the context of connected classroom technology: Implications for teacher knowledge Educational Technology, Teacher Knowledge, and Classroom Impact: a Research Handbook On Frameworks and Approaches. 176-199
Shirley ML, Irving KE, Sanalan VA, et al. (2011) The practicality of implementing connected classroom technology in secondary mathematics and science classrooms International Journal of Science and Mathematics Education. 9: 459-481
Kim SY, Irving KE. (2010) History of science as an instructional context: Student learning in genetics and nature of science Science and Education. 19: 187-215
Adadan E, Trundle KC, Irving KE. (2010) Exploring Grade 11 students' conceptual pathways of the particulate nature of matter in the context of multirepresentational instruction Journal of Research in Science Teaching. 47: 1004-1035
Adadan E, Irving KE, Trundle KC. (2009) Impacts of multi-representational instruction on high school students' conceptual understandings of the particulate nature of matter International Journal of Science Education. 31: 1743-1775
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