Methods in Chemistry Education Research 2021 (#MICER21) was organised by Dr Katherine Haxton, Keele University, and held on the 25th of May and 11th of June 2021.

Thank you to all who attended MICER and who presented talks and posters.

The programmes below will take you to the speaker’s biographies, abstracts and pre-reading, and the recording of each session.

Day 1 Programme:

PresenterAbstract and Pre-ReadingRecording
Anna WoodIt’s good to text – Conducting Qualitative Interviews through Instant Messaging and E-mailhttps://youtu.be/PsuB-isP1LE
Russell PearsonCreate, Share, Solve: Online Crossword Puzzle Tasks to Encourage Remote Engagement &Collaborative Learninghttps://youtu.be/0gzKUL1UxG4
Elizabeth CoppardUsing ethnographic participation and documentary analysis to elucidate problems involved in teaching about the particulate nature of matter in English Schoolshttps://youtu.be/O_M7JrrVcbo
VariousPoster Numbers 1 – 12
Solaire Finkenstaedt-Quinn and Field WattsEstablishing reliability in qualitative chemistry education researchhttps://youtu.be/hSXs_Y-9HUE
Kathryn Kloepper and Laura SimonLessons from Disruption: The Power of Interdisciplinary Collaborations for Understanding Student Expectations in Online Courseshttps://youtu.be/kvaGFCOmS2s

Day 2 Programme:

Presenter ActivityRecording
Elizabeth Yuriev“I think, therefore I am”: Mixed-methods research into metacognition in problem solvinghttps://youtu.be/Ht8DLR5ttKU
Kristy TurnerChemistry Education Research for busy people         https://youtu.be/xeg2oWJ_jzs
Various Poster numbers 13-26
Paulette Vincent-RuzMy Journey to QuantCrit: How the Scientist Met The Fugitive In The Borderlandshttps://youtu.be/X7BaNgjfAUA
Michael Seery and Lee FergusonManaging undergraduate chemistry education researchhttps://youtu.be/6LrlzGBm04E

Previous MICER Meetings

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