Undergraduate-ITA Chemistry Interaction
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Feinstein School of Education and Human Development
Department (Manual Entry)
Education Doctoral Program
Investigates communication between international teaching assistants and their undergraduate students in university-level chemistry labs. Qualitative and quantitative data from observations and interviews with study participants guide the analysis of laboratory interactions, which examines patterns of conversational listening. Results reveal that successful communication depends on teaching assistant listening comprehension skills and on the coordination of verbal and visual (gestural and physical resources) sources of information.
Gourlay, Barbara Elas, "An Investigation of Communication Patterns and Strategies between International Teaching Assistants and Undergraduate Students in University-level Science Labs" (2008). Master's Theses, Dissertations, Graduate Research and Major Papers Overview. 12.
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