CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

1.     Menekse, M., & Chi, M.T.H. (2013). Review of inquiry-based science learning studies based on the DOLA framework. Paper presented at the European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction (EARLI) conference, Munich, Germany.

2.     Menekse, M., & Chi, M.T.H. (2013). How do collaborative interactions influence students’ learning outcomes? Paper presented at the European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction (EARLI) conference, Munich, Germany.

3.     Menekse, M., & Chi, M.T.H. (2013). The effectiveness of knowledge co-construction on pairs’ learning outcomes. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association (AERA) meeting, San Francisco, CA.

4.     Menekse, M., & Chi, M.T.H. (2013). Investigating students' understanding of material science concepts by reflecting on confusing points. Poster presented at the National Association of Research in Science Teaching (NARST) 2013 Annual International Conference, Puerto Rico.

5.     Menekse, M., & Chi, M.T.H. (2012). Improving student learning outcomes by uing differentiated activities. Paper presented as a stand-alone paper at the National Association of Research in Science Teaching (NARST) 2012 Annual International Conference, Indianapolis, IN.

6.     Menekse, M., & Chi, M.T.H. (2012). Analysis of inquiry studies by using interactive-constructive-active framework. Poster presented at the National Association of Research in Science Teaching (NARST) 2012 Annual International Conference, Indianapolis, IN.

7.     Menekse, M., Krause, S., & Chi, M.T.H. (2012). The use of differentiated learning activities to enhance engineering students learning. Poster presented in a NSF sponsored session at the 2012 Annual International Conference of the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE), San Antonio, TX.

8.     Menekse, M., Stump, G., Krause, S., & Chi, M.T.H. (2011). Implementation of differentiated active-constructive-interactive activities in an engineering classroom. Paper presented at the Annual International Conference of the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE), Vancouver, Canada.

9.     Menekse, M., Stump, G., Krause, S., & Chi, M.T.H. (2011). The effectiveness of students’ daily reflections on learning in engineering context. Poster presented at the Annual International Conference of the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE), Vancouver, Canada.

10.  Chi, M.T.H., Krause, S., & Menekse, M (2011).  Using a cognitive framework of differentiated overt learning activities for designing effective classroom instruction in materials science and nanotechnology. Poster presented at the NSF-sponsored Awardee Conference, Arlington, Virginia.

11.  Clark, D. B., Nelson, B., D’Angelo, C. M., Slack, K. & Menekse, M. (2010). SURGE, Vygotsky, Games: Connecting students' intuitive “spontaneous concepts” about Newtonian mechanics into formalized “instructed concepts.” Paper presented as part of a structured poster session at the Games, Learning, and Society (GLS) meeting, Madison, WI.

12.  Ketelhut, D., Clark, D. B., Nelson, B. C., Schifter, C., D’Angelo, C. M., Kane, T., Menekse, M., Shelton, A., Kent Slack, K., & Snyder, M. (2010). Electrons, Photons, and Neurons: Harnessing virtual worlds to redesign science assessment. Special symposium presented at the National Association of Research in Science Teaching (NARST) Annual International Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

13.  Clark, D. B., Nelson, B. C., D’Angelo, C. M., Slack, K., & Menekse, M. (2010). Integrating tacit and formal understanding of mechanics in a digital game. Paper presented at the National Association of Research in Science Teaching (NARST) Annual International Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

14.  Slack, K. Nelson, B., Clark, D. B., D’Angelo, C. M., & Menekse, M. (2010). Visual cueing and visual feedback to provide formative assessment in a physics-based video game. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association (AERA) meeting, Denver, Colorado.

15.  Clark, D. B., Nelson, B., D’Angelo, C. M., Slack, K. & Menekse, M. (2010). SURGE: Assessing students' intuitive and formalized understandings about kinematics and Newtonian mechanics through immersive game play. Paper presented as part of a structured poster session at the American Educational Research Association (AERA) meeting, Denver, Colorado. 

16.  Clark, D. B., Nelson, B., D’Angelo, C. M., Slack, K. & Menekse, M. (2010). SURGE: Articulating and formalizing intuitive understandings about Newtonian mechanics. Paper presented at the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) conference, San Diego, California.

17.  Menekse, M., Clark, D. B., Ozdemir, G., D’Angelo, C., & Schleigh, S. (2009). Turkish students’ force meanings. Paper presented at the 2009 Biannual International Conference of the European Science Education Research Association (ESERA), Istanbul, Turkey.

18.  Megowan-Romanowicz, C., Uysal, S., & Menekse, M. (2009). Growth in teacher self-efficacy through participation in an instructional design community. Paper presented at the 2009 Biannual International Conference of the European Science Education Research Association (ESERA), Istanbul, Turkey.

19.  Clark, D., Sampson, V., Stegmann, K., Marttunen, M., Kollar, I., Janssen, J., Weinberger, A., Menekse, M., Erkens, G., & Laurinen, L. (2009). Scaffolding scientific argumentation between multiple students in online learning environments to support the development of 21st century skills. Invited paper presentation at the National Academies’ Board on Science Education 2009 workshop. Washington, D.C.

20.  Clark, D. B., Menekse, M., D’Angelo, C., & Schleigh, S. (2009). Initial structuring of online discussions to improve learning and argumentation: Incorporating students own explanations as seed comments versus an augmented-presets approach to seeding discussions. Individual paper presented at the American Educational Research Association (AERA) meeting. San Diego, California.

21.  Clark, D. B., Menekse, M., D’Angelo, C., & Schleigh, S. (2009). Conflict schemas: Structuring online discussions to enhance learning. Paper presented for presentation as part of an organized symposium at the National Association of Research in Science Teaching (NARST) meeting, Garden Grove, California.

22.  Clark, D. B., Menekse, M., D’Angelo, & Schleigh, S. (2009). Argumentation in Science Education: Current Challenges and Future Directions. Paper presented as part of a symposium organized by Jonathan F. Osborne for the National Association of Research in Science Teaching (NARST) Annual International Conference, Garden Grove, CA.

23.  Berg, C., Menekse, M., & Touchman, S. (2008). Biology students’ ideas about germs and illness: An exploratory study of conceptual change. Paper presented for the National Association of Research in Science Teaching (NARST) aAnnual International Conference, Baltimore, MD.

24.  Clark, D. B., Menekse, M., D’Angelo, C., Touchman, S., & Schleigh, S. (2008). Scaffolding students’ argumentation about simulations. Paper presented as part of a symposium organized by Hsin-Yi Chang to the International Conference of the Learning Sciences (ICLS), Utrecht, Netherlands.

25.  Clark, D. B., D’Angelo, C., Schleigh, S., Menekse, M. (2008). International Analysis of Students’ Knowledge Structure Coherence. Individual paper presented at the International Conference of the Learning Sciences (ICLS), Utrecht, Netherlands.

26.  Clark, D. B., Schleigh, S., D’Angelo, C., Ozdemir, G., Menekse, M., Zhang, Z., & Corpuz, E. (2008). Cross-cultural analysis of knowledge structure coherence and understanding of force. Paper presented for the National Association of Research in Science Teaching (NARST) meeting, Baltimore, MD.

27.  Clark, D. B., Menekse, M., D’Angelo, & Sampson, S. (2008). Improving the quality of student argumentation through the initial structuring of online discussions. Paper presented as part of symposium organized by William Sandoval for the American Educational Research Association (AERA) meeting. New York, NY.

28.  Clark, D. B., D’Angelo, C., Schleigh, S., Ozdemir, G., Menekse, M., Zhang, Z., & Corpuz, E. (2008). International analysis of students’ knowledge structure coherence. Paper presented for the American Educational Research Association (AERA) meeting. New York, NY.

29.  Guerra, P., Hernández, L., Kim, A., Menekse, M., & Middleton, J. (July, 2007). Two Case Studies of Fifth Grade Students Reasoning about Levers in a Classroom Teaching Experiment. Poster presented at the 13th International Conference on the Mathematical Modelling and Applications (ICTMA), Bloomington, IN.

30.  Clark, D., Sampson, V., & Menekse, M. (April, 2007). Scaffolding students’ debates about the implications of simulations. Presentation given as part of the symposium, Using Technology-Mediated Visualizations to Support Chemistry Learning at the Annual Conference of the American Educational Research Association (AERA). Chicago, IL.

31.  Clark, D., Menekse, M., Perkins, G., Sampson, V. (April, 2007). Students’ incorporation of evidence from visualizations in their arguments. Poster session presented at the Annual Conference of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), Chicago, IL.

 

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