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Tatiana V Goris PhD
Post Doc Research Assistant
Ph.D., Technology (Cognate: Engineering Education), 2012, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana.
MS, Electronics Engineering. Major: Microelectronics & Semiconductor Devices. 1999. Taganrog Technological Institute of Southern Federal University (Formerly Taganrog State University of Radio-Engineering) Russia .
Refereed Conference Proceedings
Goris, T.V., & Dyrenfurth, M. J. (2012) Concepts and Misconceptions in Engineering, Technology, and Science. Overview of Research Literature. ASEE Illinois/Indiana Section Conference, Valparaiso University, Valparaiso IN, March 17th. http://ilin.asee.org/Conference2012/Papers/Goris.pdf
Goris, T. V., & Dyrenfurth, M. J. (2011) Work in Progress- Analysis of Misconceptions of Engineering Technology Students About Electrical Technology Concepts. A Mixed Method Study. Paper presented at the FIE IEEE Annual Conference, Rapid City, SD, October 12-15. Session T4J. http://fie-conference.org/fie2011/sessions/T4J.htm
Goris, T. V., & Dyrenfurth, M. J. (2010) Students’ Misconceptions in Science, Technology and Engineering. Paper presented at the ASEE Illinois/Indiana Section Conference, Purdue University, West Lafayette, In. http://ilin.asee.org/Conference2010/Papers2010.html
Budyakov, V.V., & Goris T.V. (2010). Occurrence of Misconceptions and the Ways of Its Overcoming (In Russian). In Aspects of Industrial Development and Modernization of Education. Don State Technical University, Russia. ISBN 978-5-7509-1273-5
Goris, T.V., (2010). Book review: Thomas Kuhn, The Structure of Scientific Revolutions. Spring 2010 ASEE Student Newsletter. http://students.asee.org/?p=311