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Presentations
Invited Papers at Conferences
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 1995). Publishing in NARST publications. Paper presented at 68th annual meeting, NARST, San Francisco, CA. (National)

Refereed Papers at Conferences
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 2013, April). Evolutionary Theory as an Advance Organizer in Introductory Biology. Paper presented at NARST Annual International Conference, National Association, San Juan, Puerto Rico. (International)
Griffith, G. W., & Scharmann, L. C. (presented 2012, March). The Initial Impact of No Child Left Behind with a Focus on Time for Elementry Science and Equity in Science, Math, and Reading. Paper presented at NARST Annual International Conference, National Association for Research in Science Teaching, Indianapolis, Indiana. (International)
Scharmann, L. C., Kang, H., Kang, S., & Noh, T. (presented 2012, March). Situational Interest and Cognitive Conflict as Factors Influencing Conceptual Change. Paper presented at NARST Annual International Conference, National Association for Research in Science Teaching, Indianapolis, Indiana. (International)
Good, R., Southerland, S., Scharmann, L. C., Newsome, J. G., & Lederman, N. (presented 2009, April). Should pseudoscience studies become an integral part of NOS and science inquiry curricula? Paper presented at 82nd international conference, National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST), Anaheim, CA. (International)
Winslow, M. W., Staver, J. R., & Scharmann, L. C. (presented 2009, April). Evolution and personal religious belief: Christian biology-related majors' search for reconciliation. Paper presented at 82nd international conference, National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST), Anaheim, CA. (International)
Scharmann, L. C., Smith, M., Osborne, J., & Griffith, G. (presented 2007, April). Views of the nature of science: Pre-service science teacher education. Paper presented at 80th international conference, National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST), New Orleans, LA. (International)
James, M. C., & Scharmann, L. C. (presented 2004). The influence of analogy-based pedagogy instruction on pedagogical reasoning ability. Paper presented at 77th international conference, National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST), Vancouver, British Columbia (Canada). (International)
Scharmann, L. C., Smith, M. U., James, M. C., & Jensen, M. (presented 2003). Explicit reflective nature of science instruction: Evolution, intelligent design, & umbrellaology. Paper presented at 76th international conference, National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST), Philadelphia, PA. (International)
Shroyer, M. G., Scharmann, L. C., & Hancock, M. (presented 2003). PDS partnerships and simultaneous reform. Paper presented at 76th international conference, National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST), Philadelphia, PA. (International)
Scharmann, L. C., Smith, M. U., & James, M. C. (presented 2002). Novice teachers' understanding of the nature of science: An action research project. Paper presented at 75th international conference, National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST), New Orleans, LA. (International)
Smith, M. U., & Scharmann, L. C. (presented 2001). Kuhn's ducks, geese, and swans: Teaching and learning the nature of science by ostension. Paper presented at 6th conference, International History, Philosophy, and Science Teaching Group, Denver, CO. (International)
Scharmann, L. C., & Stallings, M. A. (presented 2000). Perceptions of evolution among high school students in rural north Georgia. Paper presented at 73rd Annual conference, National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST), New Orleans, LA. (International)
Jones, L. S., Haury, D. L., Jackson, D. F., Meadows, L., Scharmann, L. C., Smith, M. U., & Woods, C. S. (presented 1999). Teaching strategies that promote student understanding/acceptance of evolutionary theory. Paper presented at 72nd annual conference, National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST), Boston,MA. (International)
Lee, C. A., & Scharmann, L. C. (presented 1998, April). Influential instructional factors in an introductory college nonmajors biology laboratory. Paper presented at 71st annual conference, National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST), San Diego, CA. (International)
Scharmann, L. C., & Hand, J. D. (presented 1998). Teaching evolution: Misrepresenting the nature of science? Paper presented at Annual meeting, Kansas Association of Teachers in Science, Rock Springs Ranch, Kansas. (State)
Woods, C. S., & Scharmann, L. C. (presented 1998). Influence of race, ethnicity, gender, and grade level on an acceptance of evolutionary theory among secondary science students (contributed paper). Paper presented at 71st annual conference, National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST), San Diego, CA. (International)
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 1997, March). Cooperative learning in preservice teacher education: A synthesis of three applications. Paper presented at 70th annual meeting, National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST), Oak Brook, IL. (International)
Scharmann, L. C., Shroyer, G. M., & Lee, C. (presented 1996). Preservice secondary science teachers' orientations toward science-technology-society (STS) instruction. Paper presented at 69th annual meeting, National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST), St. Louis, MO. (International)
Scharmann, L. C., & Hampton, C. (presented 1995, April). Science teaching self-efficacy of preservice elementary teachers as influenced by heterogeneous grouping. Paper presented at 68th annual conference, National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST), San Francisco, CA. (International)
Woods, C. S., & Scharmann, L. C. (presented 1995, April). The influence of race, ethnicity, gender, and grade level on an acceptance of evolutionary theory among secondary science students (poster session). Paper presented at 68th annual conference, National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST), San Francisco, CA. (International)
Scharmann, L. C., & Shroyer, G. (presented 1995). Collaborative vs. individual planning of S-T-S lessons. Paper presented at Annual meeting, Association for the Education of Teachers of Science, Charleston, West Virginia. (National)
Cannon, J. R., & Scharmann, L. C. (presented 1994, March). Influence of cooperative early field experiences on preservice elementary teachers' science self-efficacy. Paper presented at 67th annual conference, National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST), Anaheim, CA. (International)
Wilson, J. D., & Scharmann, L. C. (presented 1994, March). An evaluation of field experiences for the preparation of elementary teachers for science, mathematics, and technology. Paper presented at 67th annual conference, National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST). (International)
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 1994). General biology: Creating a positive learning environment for elementary education majors. Paper presented at Meeting, Association of Teacher Educators - Kansas (ATE-K), Salina, KS. (State)
Scharmann, L. C., & Stalheim-Smith, A. (presented 1993, April). Research results from a constructivist learning environment for elementary education majors: General biology. Paper presented at 66th annual conference, National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST). (International)
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 1992, March). Teaching evolution: The influence of peer instructional modeling. Paper presented at 65th annual conference, National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST), Boston, MA. (International)
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 1992). Problems & questions: Evolution education. Paper presented at Proceedings of the 1992 conference, Evolution Education Research, Baton Rouge, LA. (National)
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 1992). Teaching evolution: Understanding and applying the nature of science. Paper presented at 2nd international conference, International History and Philosophy of Science in Science Teaching, Kingston, Ontario. (International)
Scharmann, L. C., & Harris, M. (presented 1992). Teaching evolution: Understanding, concerns, & instructional approaches. Paper presented at National convention, National Science Teachers Association, Boston, MA. (National)
Lumpe, A., & Scharmann, L. C. (presented 1991). A content analysis of secondary biology laboratory activities. Paper presented at 64th annual conference, National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST), Geneva, WI. (International)
Scharmann, L. C., & Harris, W. M., Jr. (presented 1991). Teaching evolution: Understanding, concerns, and instructional approaches. Paper presented at 64th annual conference, National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST), Geneva, WI. (International)
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 1990, April). Results of an inservice workshop to promote science-technology-society instructional orientations. Paper presented at 63rd annual conference, National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST), Atlanta, GA. (International)
Enochs, L., Scharmann, L. C., & Riggs, I. (presented 1990). Further validation of a preservice elementary science efficacy belief instrument: the contribution of pupil control ideology. Paper presented at 63rd annual conference, National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST), Atlanta, GA. (International)
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 1989). Rural science teaching: Characteristics, pre- and inservice preparation, and research. Paper presented at 62nd Annual NARST Conference, National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST), San Francisco, CA. (International)
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 1989). Summary of Research and Science Education-1987. Paper presented at 62nd Annual NARST Conference, National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST), San Francisco, CA. (International)
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 1989). The influence of a diversified instructional strategy on an understanding of the nature of scientific/evolutionary theory. Paper presented at 62nd annual conference, National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST), San Francisco, CA. (International)
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 1988). Creation vs. evolution: a belief in both? Paper presented at 10th annual rural and small schools conference, Rural and Small Schools, Manhattan, KS. (National)
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 1986). The influence of sequenced instructional strategy and locus of control on preservice elementary teachers' understanding of the nature of science. Paper presented at 59th annual meeting, National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST), San Francisco. (International)

Nonrefereed Papers at Conferences
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 2000, August). Evolution/creation. Paper presented at Forum/Opinion, Kansas City Star, Kansas City, MO. (Regional)
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 2000). Raising more questions. Paper presented at Opinion, The Topeka Capital-Journal, Topeka, KS. (State)
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 2000). The risk of I.D. Paper presented at Local news/letters, The Pratt Tribune, Pratt, KS. (Regional)
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 2000). The risk of intelligent design theory. Paper presented at Opinion (July 14, 2000; p A-6), The Manhattan Mercury, Manhattan, KS. (State)
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 1999). Evolution does have place. Paper presented at Op-Ed (May 30, 1999; p. 5-A), The Topeka Capital-Journal, Topeka, KS. (State)
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 1999). 'Intelligent design' no alternative to evolution. Paper presented at Opinion (May 24, 1999; p. A-6), The Manhattan Mercury, Manhattan, KS. (State)
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 1999). It's not about beliefs, it's about usefulness. Paper presented at Opinions-Editorials-Letters (June 4, 1999 p. A-8), The Hutchinson News, Hutchinson, KS. (State)
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 1999). Why we should bother with evolution. Paper presented at Letters to the journal, The Salina Journal, Salina, KS. (State)

Invited Presentations at Conferences
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 2008, July). Middle School Physical Science Inquiry Instruction. Presentation at "Project connect", Kansas Board of Regents, Manhattan, KS. (State)
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 2007, April). Evolution & nature of science education - a research retrospective. Presentation at School of education and department of biology, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN. (National)
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 2007). Inquiry and the Nature of Science. Presentation at "Project connect", Kansas Board of Regents, Manhattan, KS. (State)
J Pickrell, F., Oehme, R., Roland, R., & Scharmann, L. C. (presented 2004). Real world problems: How medical students learn. Presentation at Real world problems, Case Study in Science, Buffalo, NY. (National)
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 2004). Teaching the tree of life: The instructional role of scientific theory. Presentation at "Evolutionary Science and Society: Educating a New Generation", Biological Sciences Curriculum Study and American Institute of the Biological Sciences, Chicago. (National)
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 1995). Publishing in NARST publications. Presentation at 68th annual meeting, National Association for Research in Science Teaching, San Francisco, CA. (International)

Invited Presentations at Symposia
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 1985, October). Science Teaching Trends for a New Millennium. In Andrew Browe (Chair), Issues and Trends in Biology for a New Millennium. Presentation at the meeting of Commonwealth of Pennsylvania University Biologists, Slippery Rock University, Slippery Rock, Pennsylvania. (Regional)

Refereed Presentations at Conferences
Scharmann, L. C., & Mike, U. (presented 2009, June). Teaching the nature of science as a continuum: Pseudoscience without the pejorative. Presentation at International History, Philosophy, and Science Teaching Conference, Notre Dame University, South Bend, IN. (International)
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 2007, April). Evolution & the nature of science: Transcending dichotomies. Presentation at 2007 annual meeting, Kansas Association of Teachers of Science (KATS), Junction City, KS. (State)
Scharmann, L. C., Smith, M., Osborne, J., & Griffith, G. (presented 2007, April). Views of the nature of science from biology, philosophy/theology, pre-service instruction, international perspectives, scientists, and a (Kansas) classroom teacher. Presentation at 80th international conference, NARST, New Orleans, Louisiana. (International)
Scharmann, L. C., & Griffith, G. (presented 2007, March). Initial impacts of "No Child Left Behind" on elementary science education. Presentation at Graduate research forum, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS. (Local)
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 2005, April). Scientific inquiry's most powerful tools - theories! Presentation at 2005 annual meeting, KATS, Junction City, KS. (State)
Scharmann, L. C., James, M., & Stalheim-Smith, A. (presented 2005, January). Reform in undergraduate science teaching for the 21st century: Research trends. Presentation at International meeting, Association for the Education of Teachers in Science (AETS), Colorado Springs, CO. (International)
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 2004). The influence of analogy-based pedagogy instruction on pedagogical reasoning ability. Presentation at 77th annual conference, National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST), National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST). (International)
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 2003). Analogies at the heart of teaching and learning. Presentation at 2003 annual meeting, Kansas Association of Teachers of Science (KATS), Junction City, KS. (State)
Scharmann, L. C., Shroyer, G., & Biteau, L. (presented 2003). Partnerships and simultaneous reform. Presentation at 76th international conference, NARST, Philadelphia, PA. (International)
Scharmann, L. C., Simpson, T., Clarke, D., & Shroyer, G. (presented 2003). Science education at KSU: A dynamic professional development school (PDS) partnership. Presentation at Annual meeting, Association for the Education of Teachers in Science, St. Louis, MO. (International)
Scharmann, L. C., Smith, M., James, M., & Jensen, M. (presented 2003). Explicit reflective nature of science instruction: Evolution, intelligent design, & umbrellaology. Presentation at 76th international conference, NARST, Philadelphia, PA. (International)
Scharmann, L. C., Smith, M. U., & James, M. C. (presented 2002). Novice science teachers' understanding of the nature of science: An action research project. Presentation at 75th international conference, NARST, New Orleans, LA. (International)
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 2001). Preparing science teachers for anti-science actions: Avoiding red flags, using proactive strategies, & being prepared. Presentation at International meeting, Association for the Education of Teachers in Science, Mesa, CA. (International)
Scharmann, L. C., & Smith, M. U. (presented 2001). Kuhn's ducks, geese, and swans: Teaching and learning the nature of science by ostension. Presentation at 6th annual conference, International History, Philosophy, and Science Teaching Group, Denver, CO. (International)
Scharmann, L. C., & Staver, J. (presented 2001). Intelligent design theory: The latest chapter in the ongoing controversy between the creationist community and the scientific and science education communities. Presentation at 74th annual meeting, NARST, St. Louis, MO. (International)
Scharmann, L. C., & Stallings, M. A. (presented 2000). Perceptions of evolution among high school students in rural north Georgia. Presentation at 73rd annual meeting, NARST, New Orleans, LA. (International)
Jones, L. S., Haury, D. L., Scharmann, L. C., Jackson, D. F., Meadows, L., Smith, M. U., & Woods, C. S. (presented 1999). Teaching strategies that promote student understanding/acceptance of evolutionary theory. Presentation at 72nd annual meeting, NARST, Boston, MA. (International)
Scharmann, L. C., & Hand, J. D. (presented 1998). Teaching evolution: Misrepresenting the nature of science? Presentation at Regional meeting, National Science Teachers Association, Albuquerque, NM. (Regional)
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 1997). Simulating divergent specialization. Presentation at 1997 annual meeting, Kansas Association of Teachers of Science (KATS), Rocks Springs Ranch, Kansas. (State)
Scharmann, L. C., & Woods, C. S. (presented 1995). The influence of race, ethnicity, gender, and grade level on an acceptance of evolutionary theory among secondary science students. Presentation at 68th annual meeting, NARST, San Francisco, CA. (International)
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 1994). Teaching evolution: Designing successful instruction. Presentation at Annual meeting, Association for the Education of Teachers in Science, El Paso, TX. (National)
Scharmann, L. C., & Cannon, J. (presented 1993). Influence of cooperative early field experience on preservice elementary teachers' science self-efficacy. Presentation at National convention, National Science Teachers Association, Kansas City, MO. (National)
Scharmann, L. C., & Hampton, C. (presented 1993). Cooperative grouping and elementary science teaching confidence. Presentation at National convention, National Science Teachers Association (NSTA), Kansas City, MO. (National)
Scharmann, L. C., & Stalheim-Smith, A. (presented 1993). Research results from a constructivist learning environment for elementary education majors: General biology. Presentation at 66th annual meeting, NARST, Atlanta, GA. (International)
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 1992). Creation vs. evolution? Presentation at Fall genetics and evolution conference, Kansas Association of Biology Teachers (KABT), Manhattan, KS. (State)
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 1992). Teaching evolution: The influence of peer instructional modeling. Presentation at 65th annual meeting, NARST, Boston, MA. (International)
Scharmann, L. C., & Lumpe, A. (presented 1992). Biology textbook laboratory activities ... Making the grade? Presentation at National convention, National Science Teachers Association, Boston, MA. (National)
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 1991). Alternative Instructional Approaches for Teaching Evolution. Presentation at 1991 Annual Convention, School Science and Mathematics Association (SSMA), Tulsa, Oklahoma. (National)
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 1991). Teaching evolution: Understanding, concerns, & instructional approaches. Presentation at 1991 national convention, National Association of Biology Teachers (NABT), Nashville, TN. (National)
Scharmann, L. C., & Harris, M. (presented 1991). Teaching evolution: Understanding, concerns, and instructional approaches. Presentation at Southwestern regional meeting, Association for the Education of Teachers in Science, Colorado Springs, Colorado. (Regional)
Scharmann, L. C., & Lumpe, A. (presented 1991). A content analysis of secondary biology laboratory activities. Presentation at 64th annual meeting, National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST), Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. (International)
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 1990). Fruit or vegetable: Overcoming a persistent misconception using the learning cycle. Presentation at National convention, National Science Teachers Association, Atlanta, Georgia. (National)
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 1990). Further validation of a preservice elementary science efficacy belief instrument: the contribution of pupil control ideology. Presentation at Annual meeting, National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST), Atlanta, Georgia. (International)
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 1990). Results of an in-service workshop to promote science-technology-society instructional orientations. Presentation at 1990 annual meeting, National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST), Atlanta, Georgia. (International)
Scharmann, L. C., & Callison, P. (presented 1990). The learning cycle: Translating theory into elementary science teaching practice. Presentation at Annual meeting, Southwestern Region Association for the Education of Teachers of Science, Overland Park, Kansas. (Regional)
Scharmann, L. C., & Enochs, L. (presented 1990). Cooperative learning in science instruction. Presentation at 1990 annual convention, School Science and Mathematics Association, Cincinnati, Ohio. (National)
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 1989). Cooperative learning in elementary science methods. Presentation at Fall regional meeting, National Science Teachers Association, Tulsa, Oklahoma. (Regional)
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 1989). Critical thinking and student participation I: An alternative instructional strategy for science teaching. Presentation at KAMP, Kansas Association of Teachers of Science, Rock Springs Ranch, Kansas. (State)
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 1989). The influence of a diversified instructional strategy on an understanding of the nature of scientific/evolutionary theory. Presentation at 62nd annual meeting, National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST), San Francisco, CA. (International)
Scharmann, L. C., Enochs, L., Wright, E., Staver, J., & Oliver, S. (presented 1989). Rural science teaching: Characteristics, pre- and inservice preparation, curriculum, and research. Presentation at 62nd annual meeting, National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST), San Francisco, California. (International)
Scharmann, L. C., Staver, J., Enochs, L., Oliver, S., & Wright, E. (presented 1989). A summary of research in science education -- 1987. Presentation at 62nd annual meeting, National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST), San Francisco, CA. (International)
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 1988, October). Teaching concept mapping from reaction statements/analogies. Presentation at Fall regional meeting, National Science Teachers Association, Columbus, Ohio. (Regional)
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 1987, November). Teaching of evolution/creation origins. Presentation at Fall regional meeting, National Science Teachers Association, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. (Regional)
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 1987, October). Evolution versus creation: A false dichotomy? Presentation at Annual meeting, School Science and Mathematics, Billings, Montana. (National)
Scharmann, L. C. (presented 1986, March). The influences of locus of control and sequenced instructional strategy on preservice elementary teachers' understanding of the nature of science. Presentation at 59th annual meeting, National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST), San Francisco, California. (International)
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