The Group Administered Interactive Questionnaire: An Alternative to Individual Interviews

Edit Yerushalmi, Charles Henderson, William Mamudi, Chandralekha Singh, Shih-Yin Lin

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Abstract

Individual interviews are often considered to be the gold standard for researchers to understand how people think about phenomena. However, conducting and analyzing interviews is very time consuming. This paper presents the Group Administered Interactive Questionnaire (GAIQ) as an alternative to individual interviews and discusses the pros and cons of each data collection method. Use of GAIQ will be discussed in the context of a study that seeks to understand teaching assistants' reasons for the design of problem solutions for introductory physics.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)97-100
Number of pages4
Journal2011 Physics Education Research Conference
Volume1413
DOIs
StatePublished - 2012
EventPhysics Education Research Conference 2007 - Greensboro, NC
Duration: 1 Aug 20072 Aug 2007

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