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Anita Welch, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor

Office: FLC 210K
Phone: 701-231-5498
Email: Anita.Welch@ndsu.edu

 

Areas of Expertise:  Virtual (online) teaching dispositions, STEM Education, Educational Research methodology, Psychometric Analysis, Cross-cultural validations, International collaborations.

Recent Publications:

Hoffman, J., Welch, A., and Bowen, B. (accepted for publication September 2013; forthcoming in Spring 2014 issue).  Robotics Team Goes Varsity.  Tech Directions.  Role: Assisted with research design, data analysis, writing, and editing.

Welch, A. and Ray, C. (2013, January).  A preliminary report of the psychometric properties of the Epistemic Beliefs Inventory.  The European Journal of Social & Behavioural Sciences.  Vol. 2(1).

Peterson, C. M., Welch, A., Cakir, M., & Ray, C. M. (2012, November).  Cross-Cultural Use of Surveys and Instruments in International Research: Lessons Learned from a Study in Turkey and the United States.  In M. Boucouvalas, & C. Pacalo (Eds.)  Commission of International Adult Education of the American Association of Adult and Continuing Education Proceedings of the 2012 CIAE Pre-Conference (pp. 109-118).

Welch, A., Cakir, M., Peterson, C., Ray, C. (2012).  A cross-cultural validation of the Technology-Rich Outcomes-Focused Learning Environment Inventory (TROFLEI) in Turkey and the United States.  Research in Science & Technological Education, 30(1), 49-63.

Quintus, L., Borr, M., Duffield, S., Napoleon, L., & Welch, A. (2012).  The impact of the Cornell note-taking method on students' performance in a high school family and consumer sciences class.  Journal of Family and Consumer Sciences Education, 30(1).

Interviews:

Welch, A. (December 2013).  The Current: Rethinking Curriculum.  Interview conducted by The Forum http://www.inforum.com/event/article/id/420340/group/homepage

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