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This presentation is intended to provide a concise overview of how to contribute to the CAISE Informal Science Education Inquiry Group's landscape study. ...

This presentation is intended to provide a concise overview of how to contribute to the CAISE Informal Science Education Inquiry Group's landscape study.

Presentation covers basic steps and information needed to complete the data gathering process, from prearatory steps to submission of interview data.

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  • Welcome & brief introduction to project
  • Welcome & brief introduction to project
  • Here is an easy way for you to help! (Go over Who Should Collect Data? In the Guidelines for Collecting Data.) Questions?
  • Here is how you do it. (Go over the Who Should Data Be Collected From? in the Guidelines for Collecting Data.) Questions?
  • Once you have selected your subject, you will want to… (Go over How Should Data Collected? in the Guidelines for Collecting Data. Questions?
  • Once you have selected your subject, you will want to… (Go over How Should Data Collected? in the Guidelines for Collecting Data. Questions?
  • Once you have selected your subject, you will want to… (Go over How Should Data Collected? in the Guidelines for Collecting Data. Questions?
  • Once you have selected your subject, you will want to… (Go over How Should Data Collected? in the Guidelines for Collecting Data. Questions?
  • Once you have selected your subject, you will want to… (Go over How Should Data Collected? in the Guidelines for Collecting Data. Questions?
  • Once you have finished the interview…(Go over How Should Data Be Recorded? in the Guidelines for Collecting Data.) Questions?
  • Once you have finished the interview…(Go over How Should Data Be Recorded? in the Guidelines for Collecting Data.) Questions?
  • 1. Please know that information about the Everyday Science Guidelines for Collecting Data and the Everyday Science Interview Form can be found on this website. You can also find more information about the project and contact information should you have any questions. 2. Final questions?

CAISE ISE Infrastructure Interview Overview CAISE ISE Infrastructure Interview Overview Presentation Transcript

  • Everyday Science Interview Project From The CAISE Infrastructure Inquiry Group
  • Purpose: This interview project is an effort to learn more about the myriad ways people engage learning resources in their community to inform themselves about science and technology.  This project is being conducted by the Center for the Advancement of Informal Science Education's (CAISE) Infrastructure Inquiry Group led by Dr. John H. Falk. This Inquiry Group is committed to trying to better understand what has been called an "invisible infrastructure" of science education - the rich diversity of places and pursuits that ignite our curiosity and support lifelong learning about science.
  • It’s as easy as 1…2…3…
  • 1. Choosing someone to interview:
    • Anyone, with a few caveats…
      • 18 years and older
      • Any level of interest in science & technology
      • From diverse backgrounds, including age, religion, ethnicity, etc.
      • Goal is for each interviewer to speak with 3-5 people
  • 2. Conducting the interview:
    • Getting Ready
      • Be familiar with the interview
      • Plan to spend ~20 minutes interviewing
      • Choose a time & location that will not be distracting
      • Take notes
  • 2. Conducting the interview:
    • About the Interview Protocol
      • Includes template language for beginning the interview
      • Consists of five open-ended questions
      • Helpful prompts for moving the interview along are provided
  • 2. Conducting the interview:
    • Managing Time while Interviewing
      • Interviews should be conversational, but focused on answering primary questions
      • Keep a timer with you to keep track of time. This respects both the time commitment of interviewer and interviewee
  • 2. Conducting the interview:
    • Choosing a Time and Location
      • Find a location that is convenient for both interviewer and
      • interviewee
      • Time and location should allow for interview to run for at least
      • 20 minutes or longer, if necessary
      • Choose a location that minimizes distractions & interruptions
  • 2. Conducting the interview:
    • Taking Notes
      • Plan ahead for your preferred note taking method, including necessary equipment and downloading the protocol
      • Consider how your preferred note taking method will affect your role as interviewer
  • 3. Submit the interview:
    • Getting Ready
      • Plan to spend ~20 minutes to submit your interview
      • Try to submit your notes as soon as you are finished with the interview
  • Screenshot of Online Data Entry Form
    • Data entry form allows for cutting and pasting of responses of any length. Access data entry form via www.scienceinterviews.org .
    3. Submit the interview:
  • Visit www.scienceinterviews.org for all interview information and links to tools.