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Interview Protocol for Stofer 2016 Journal of Geoscience Education

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Interview Protocol for Stofer 2016 Journal of Geoscience Education
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Journal of Geoscience Education
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Stofer, Kathryn
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National Association of Geoscience Teachers
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Supplemental Material - Interview Protocol

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Clinical Interview Protocol for Stofer (2016) When a Visualization Isn t Worth 1000 Words Journal of Geoscience Education Questions to ask one time throughout entire interview, generally on the first stimulus Where is the equator on the image? (Medium difficulty) Probe: How do you know? [Ask this question again for an unscaffolded (US, CS, or TS) image if the first stimulus has the geographic scaffolding (GS, FS)] What does the grey depict in the image? (Medium difficulty) Probe: Is there a difference in dark versus light grey? Probe: How do you know? Geography Which coast of which continent has the highest value? (Medium difficulty) Probe: How do you know? Colors/values What do the colors tell you about this image? (Easi est) Probe: What does that mean?/tell me more Probe: How do you know? Where are the most extreme values in the image? (Easiest) Probe: Is that both high and low extremes? Probe: How do you know? What is the measurement unit in this image? (Medium difficu lty) Probe: How do you know? Main idea What is the main idea of this visualization? Probe: What does that mean?/tell me more Probe: How do you know? What in the image confirms or goes against that as the main idea? (Medium difficulty)? Probe: How you know that ? What else would you tell someone this image is about? (Medium difficulty) Probe: How do you know that? Time of year/Season What time period does this image represent? (Medium difficulty) Probe: How do you know that? Do you think this is a typical example of that time period? Is this image showing what you would expect to see for this time period? (Medium difficulty)

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Probe: How do you know? (If they know its less than a year) What season of the year do you think is represented? (Most diffi cult) Probe: How do you know? Equatorial Pacific/El Nio Describe the conditions in the equatorial Pacific. (Most difficult) Probe: What could that indicate? Probe: How do you know? Is that normal or different from normal in this image? (Most difficult) Probe: How do you know? Linear versus Logarithmic Scale What is the interval between (point to areas and give verbal idea)* (Most difficult) How does that interval compare to the interval between (point to two more areas) is it roughly similar or widel y different? Probe: How do you know? *Intervals: SST CS/FS scaffolded versions Interval designed to be 10 degrees Fahrenheit Difference between Peachy red around Hawaii and magenta in Mediterranean Sea compared to Difference between magenta in Mediterranean Sea and dark purple north of Europe SST unscaffolded (US/GS/TS) Interval designed to be 10 degrees Fahrenheit Difference between yellow south of Australia and light blue south of Australia compared to Difference between yellow south of Aus tralia and red north of Australia SST Anomaly Scaffolded (CS/FS) designed to be 5 degrees Celsius different Difference between Medium blue East of New Zealand and white to the west of New Zealand compared to Dark red east of North America and medium red directly north of it SST Anomaly unscaffolded designed to be 5 degrees Celsius different Difference between yellow under equatorial Pacific and dark blue west of South America compared to light blue edges in midNorth Atlantic medium red west of Greenland Chlorophyll sca ffolded designed to be factor of 10 different Difference between dark blue west of South America and medium blue equatorial eastern Pacific ocean basin c ompared to difference between pale yellow along the Gulf Coast and pale green west coast United States Chlorophyll unscaffolded designe d to be factor of 10 different Red East of Asia and orange just adjacent to the east compared to purple west of S. America and darker blue just west of it/surrounding


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