Charles J. Rop
Recent National/International research conferences:
2000 Student perspectives on participation. American Educational Research Association (AERA), Seattle, WA.
2000 Student Participation in science class: Are the questions really the answer? Ethnography in Education Research Forum Spring, 2000, Philadelphia, PA.
1999 Conventional School performances: Are they sufficient for the 21st century? American Educational Research Association (AERA), New Orleans, LA.
1999 Student perspectives on participation in high school chemistry: A culture of support. Nominated for Paper of the Year award. National Association of Research in Science Teaching (NARST), Boston, MA.
1998 NCREL presentation, focus group meeting. This presentation dealt with the consulting work I did for them and research associated with my new web-based Instructional Strategies Course, CI 5810 (Http://www.utoledo.edu/~Crop/index.htm)
1998 Pre-service teachers’ responses to internet-based teacher-education courses. Teacher Education and Technology Issues and Ideas Conference, Chicago, IL.
1998 Conventional School Performances: Are they sufficient for science literacy in the 21st century? This paper was nominated for Paper of the Year award National Association for Research in Science Teaching, NARST, San Diego, CA.
1998 Student Participation in science class: Are the questions really the answer? Ethnography in Education Research Forum, Philadelphia, PA.
1997 Encouraging Young Women in Science. Ethnography in Education Research Forum, Philadelphia, PA.
1997 Student Perspectives on Success in High School Chemistry. Nominated for Paper of the Year award. NARST
1996 Young Women and Physical Science: The History and Challenge of One Feminist Chemistry Teacher. Nominated for the Paper of the Year Award. NARST
1995 Many Visions, Many Aims: Curriculum and the Creation of Science Educational Opportunity. NARST, St Louis, MO.
1995 Success in High School Chemistry: What Does it Mean and What Does it Take to be a Good Student? NARST, St. Louis, MO.
1997 Science Education Council of Ohio (SECO) "Encouraging young women in physical science" Toledo, OH
1995 Students and high school chemistry success. NSTA regional convention as a NARST representative
1995 Success in High School Chemistry: What Does it Mean and What does it Take to be a Good Student? Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan