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2022 PERC Proceedings

Conference Information

Dates: July 13-14, 2022
Location: Grand Rapids, MI
Theme: Queering Physics Education

Proceedings Information

Editors: Brian W. Frank, Dyan Jones, and Qing X. Ryan
Published: September 27, 2022
Info: Single book; 549 pages; 8.5 X 11 inches, double column
ISSN (Print): 1539-9028
ISSN (Online): 2377-2379

The theme of the 2022 PER conference was "Queering Physics Education." This conference was an invitation for the PER community to explore emergent themes in PER as a scholarly endeavor and as a research community. In addition to the papers addressing this year’s theme, the remainder of the papers represent the diversity of current research within PER and help this volume fulfill its purpose of providing an annual snapshot of the field.

Readership: Physics education researchers (faculty, post-doctoral students, and graduate/undergraduate students); researchers in fields close to Physics Education, such as cognitive science, chemistry education, biology education; physics faculty at undergraduate and graduate levels; high school physics teachers.

Table of Contents

Plenary Papers (2)
Peer-reviewed Papers (82)
Back Matter

PLENARY MANUSCRIPTS (2)

First Author Index

Leyva · McNeill

Plenary Papers

“We can’t just turn that off and then do some physics”: A counter-storytelling analysis of introductory physics as a white, cisheteropatriarchal space in undergraduate STEM education
Luis A. Leyva
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 10-15, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.plenary.pr.Leyva
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This paper presents findings from research about the experiences among 39 undergraduate queer and trans* (QT) students of color in STEM majors that illustrate how introductory physics reinforces white cisheteropatriarchy. Two cases of Black queer STEM students’ counter-stories highlight how uncertainty about faculty bias, lack of identity-conscious support, and stereotypes of ability shaped intersectional oppression in introductory physics courses. The counter-stories also exemplified agency in managing oppression as physics students, including strategic concealment of their queer identities. The paper concludes with implications for pedagogical practice in introductory physics to advance queer and intersectional justice for QT students of color.

L. A. Leyva, “We can’t just turn that off and then do some physics”: A counter-storytelling analysis of introductory physics as a white, cisheteropatriarchal space in undergraduate STEM education, 2022 PERC Proceedings [Grand Rapids, MI, July 13-14, 2022], edited by B. W. Frank, D. L. Jones, and Q. X. Ryan, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.plenary.pr.Leyva.

Leveraging queer epistemic subjectivity to advance justice through physics teaching
R. Taylor McNeill, Luis A. Leyva, Gary D. White, and Nicollette D. Mitchell
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 16-22, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.plenary.pr.McNeill
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In this paper, we advocate for inclusion of queer and trans* (QT) students in physics by promoting epistemic diversity. We draw on literature documenting racial epistemic oppression and research exploring the experiences of QT students of color in STEM to build theory around intersectional, coalition-building epistemic justice for queer inclusion. We highlight the affordances of physics teaching that embraces queer epistemic subjectivity (ways of thinking shaped by the lived experience of transgressing regulatory categories of sexuality and gender), and offer implications for instructors that cultivate appreciation for diverse approaches to physics learning in the classroom.

R. T. McNeill, L. A. Leyva, G. D. White, and N. D. Mitchell, Leveraging queer epistemic subjectivity to advance justice through physics teaching, 2022 PERC Proceedings [Grand Rapids, MI, July 13-14, 2022], edited by B. W. Frank, D. L. Jones, and Q. X. Ryan, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.plenary.pr.McNeill.

PEER REVIEWED MANUSCRIPTS (82)

First Author Index

Abdurrahman · Akubo · Alesandrini · Anderson · Bennett · Borish · Bott · Brundage · Burkholder · Campbell · Cervantes · Changstrom · Chini · Coffie · Corbo · Corsiglia · Cwik · Dalka · Descamps · Dew · Doucette · El-Adawy · Emigh · Fittswood · Flores · Fox · Fung · Fussell · Garcia · Geiger · Gutmann · Hatcher · Heckler · Hu · Hull · Hutchison · Huynh · Indukuri · Justice · Lane · Lang · Laverty · Li · Malespina · Mason · Mburu · McDermott · Meyer · Myers · Oleynik · Olsho · Patterson · Pawl · Phillips · Piatek-Jimenez · Porter · Prefontaine · Pressler · Riihiluoma · Rodenhausen · Sabo · Sachmpazidi · Salty · Sammons · Santana · Izadi · Smith · Sowles · Stump · Sundstrom · Swirtz · Taylor · Verostek · Vignal · Werth · Wilcox · Willison · Wu · Young · Zimmerman · Zohrabi Alaee

Peer-reviewed Papers

A case study of cultural change: learning to partner with students
Fatima N. Abdurrahman, Chandra Turpen, and Diana Sachmpazidi
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 24-29, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Abdurrahman
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Exploring diverse students' negotiation of lab roles through positioning
Mark Akubo, Meagan Sundstrom, and N. G. Holmes
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 30-36, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Akubo
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Identifying student resources for reasoning microscopically about heat and temperature
Anne T. Alesandrini, Tra Huynh, Lauren C. Bauman, and Amy D. Robertson
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 37-43, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Alesandrini
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Coding Expediently: A Computationally Situated Epistemic Game
Austin Anderson, Paige Pressler, and W. Brian Lane
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 44-50, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Anderson
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Analysis of Physics Students' Subfield Career Decision-Making Using Social Cognitive Career Theory
Ridge Bennett, Dina Zohrabi Alaee, and Benjamin M. Zwickl
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 51-56, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Bennett
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Seeing quantum mechanics: The role of quantum experiments
Victoria Borish, Alexandra Werth, and H. J. Lewandowski
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 57-63, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Borish
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Examining how problem design relates to computational thinking practices
Theodore E. Bott, Tyler Stump, Marcos D. Caballero, Daryl R. McPadden, and Paul W. Irving
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 64-69, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Bott
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Peer interaction facilitates co-construction of knowledge related to quantum mechanics formalism and postulates
Mary Jane Brundage, Alysa Malespina, and Chandralekha Singh
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 70-75, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Brundage
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Investigating the role of student preparation on cooperative grouping in an active learning classroom
Eric Burkholder and R. Smith Strain
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 76-81, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Burkholder
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Using IBM’s Watson to automatically evaluate student short answer responses
Jennifer Campbell, Katherine Ansell, and Timothy Stelzer
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 82-87, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Campbell
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Modified color frames for analyzing group interactions during an online quantum tutorial
Bianca Cervantes, Gina Passante, Giaco Corsiglia, and Steven J. Pollock
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 88-93, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Cervantes
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Using communities of practice to explore departmental values
Jessica R. Changstrom, Mary Bridget Kustusch, and Eleanor C. Sayre
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 94-99, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Changstrom
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Synthesizing disabled physics students' pathways to access: a call for more access talk
Jacquelyn J. Chini and Erin M. Scanlon
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 100-105, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Chini
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Identifying Academic Ableism: Case Study of a UDL-Learning Community Participant
Camille A. Coffie, Westley James, Erin M. Scanlon, and Jacquelyn J. Chini
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 106-111, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Coffie
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Introducing the Departmental Action Leadership Institute and its preliminary outcomes
Joel C. Corbo, David A. Craig, Robert P. Dalka, and Chandra Turpen
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 112-117, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Corbo
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Effectiveness of an online homework tutorial about changing basis in quantum mechanics
Giaco Corsiglia, Steven J. Pollock, and Bethany R. Wilcox
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 118-123, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Corsiglia
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Women have lower physics self-efficacy controlling for grade even in courses in which they outnumber men
Sonja Cwik and Chandralekha Singh
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 124-130, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Cwik
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Exploring faculty's explanations of enrollment issues: where does responsibility and control reside?
Robert P. Dalka, Chandra Turpen, Joel C. Corbo, and David A. Craig
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 131-136, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Dalka
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A case of productive confirmation framing in an introductory lab
Ian Descamps, Sophia M. Jeon, and David Hammer
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 137-143, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Descamps
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So Unfair it's Fair: Equipment handling in remote versus in-person introductory physics labs
Matthew Dew, Anna McLean Phillips, Samuel Karunwi, Ariel Baksh, Emily M. Stump, and N. G. Holmes
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 144-150, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Dew
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Measuring the impact of conceptual inquiry-based labs
Danny Doucette
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 151-156, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Doucette
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Personas for supporting physicists' engagement in informal education
Shams El-Adawy, Eleanor C. Sayre, Alexandra C. Lau, and Claudia Fracchiolla
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 157-162, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.El-Adawy
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Finding Derivatives from an Equipotential Graph
Paul J. Emigh and Corinne A. Manogue
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 163-169, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Emigh
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Insights from an intervention designed to support consistent reasoning
Thomas Fittswood, Drew J. Rosen, and MacKenzie R. Stetzer
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 170-175, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Fittswood
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Factors influencing help seeking and help avoidant behaviors among physics and life science majors
Mark Flores, Rebecca Verchimak, Dina Zohrabi Alaee, and Benjamin M. Zwickl
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 176-181, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Flores
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Expectations of how student views on experimental physics develop during an undergraduate degree
Michael F. J. Fox, Simon Bland, Stuart P. D. Mangles, and James McGinty
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 182-187, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Fox
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“Rules without a Reason”: ODEs in a concept image framework
Andy Fung and Michael E. Loverude
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 188-193, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Fung
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Machine learning for automated content analysis: characteristics of training data impact reliability
Rebeckah Fussell, Ali Mazrui, and N. G. Holmes
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 194-199, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Fussell
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Examining Physicists' Ethical Reasoning: A New Methodology
Tyler Garcia, Caitlin Solis, Caleb Linville, Bill Bridges, Wyatt Jones, Jonathan Herington, Scott Tanona, and James T. Laverty
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 200-205, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Garcia
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Developing a natural language processing approach for analyzing student ideas in calculus-based introductory physics
Jon M. Geiger, Lisa M. Goodhew, and Tor Ole B. Odden
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 206-211, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Geiger
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Leveraging Hispanic-serving institutions within physics education research
Brianne Gutmann and Rebecca Rosenblatt
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 212-217, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Gutmann
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Social Network Analysis of a Physics Faculty Online Learning Community
Chase Hatcher, Edward Price, P. Sean Smith, Chandra Turpen, and Eric Brewe
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 218-223, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Hatcher
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Graduate student understanding of quantum mechanical spin
Andrew F. Heckler and Chris D. Porter
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 224-229, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Heckler
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Development, validation and online and in-person implementation of clicker question sequence on quantum measurement uncertainty
Peter Hu, Yangqiuting Li, and Chandralekha Singh
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 230-236, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Hu
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A progression of pre-service teachers towards deep curricular knowledge (the Pieces model in Open Source Tutorials)
Michael M. Hull, Haruko Uematsu, and Andrew Elby
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 237-242, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Hull
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Equity and off-task discussion in a collaborative small group
Paul Hutchison
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 243-248, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Hutchison
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Physics teachers integrating social justice with science content
Tra Huynh, Kara E. Gray, Lauren C. Bauman, Jessica Hernandez, Lane Seeley, and Rachel E. Scherr
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 249-254, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Huynh
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Characterizing the feedback that learning assistants give to faculty
Sadhana Indukuri and Gina M. Quan
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 255-260, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Indukuri
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Impact of mathematical reasoning on students’ understanding of quantum optics
Paul Justice, Emily Marshman, and Chandralekha Singh
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 261-266, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Justice
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Creating a computational playground in high school physics
W. Brian Lane, Terrie M. Galanti, Abby Pruett, Julia Whitley, and Forouzan Faridian
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 267-272, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Lane
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Investigating the effects of course structure on students' sense of belonging and course performance
Dawson T. Lang and Emily M. Smith
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 273-278, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Lang
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A New Paradigm for Research-Based Assessment Development
James T. Laverty, Amogh Sirnoorkar, Amali Priyanka Jambuge, Katherine D. Rainey, Joshua Weaver, Alexander Adamson, and Bethany R. Wilcox
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 279-284, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Laverty
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How inclusiveness of learning environment predicts female and male students’ physics grades and motivational beliefs in introductory physics courses
Yangqiuting Li and Chandralekha Singh
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 285-291, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Li
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To whom do students believe a growth mindset applies?
Alysa Malespina, Christian D. Schunn, and Chandralekha Singh
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 292-297, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Malespina
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Reworking exam problems to incentivize improved performance in upper-division electrodynamics
Andrew J. Mason and John S. Colton
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 298-303, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Mason
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Assessing the efficacy of a new online game and simulation to teach electric fields
Ted Mburu, Liana Rodelli, and Colleen L. Countryman
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 304-309, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Mburu
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Introducing political disability identity as a framework for studying disability in physics
Liam G. E. McDermott
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 310-316, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.McDermott
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Investigating student interpretations of the differences between classical and quantum computers: Are quantum computers just analog classical computers?
Josephine C. Meyer, Gina Passante, Steven J. Pollock, and Bethany R. Wilcox
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 317-322, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Meyer
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A Mixed Methods Approach Towards Defining A Student's Ranges of Self-Efficacy
Carissa Myers, Vashti Sawtelle, and Rachel Henderson
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 323-328, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Myers
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The Epic and the Tragedy: Narratives of a Disabled Physics Student
Dan P. Oleynik, Erin M. Scanlon, and Jacquelyn J. Chini
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 329-334, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Oleynik
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Characterizing covariational reasoning in physics modeling
Alexis Olsho, Charlotte Zimmerman, Andrew Boudreaux, Trevor I. Smith, Philip Eaton, and Suzanne White Brahmia
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 335-340, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Olsho
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A bibliometric analysis of PER on quantum mechanics in secondary schools
Zac Patterson and Lin Ding
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 341-346, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Patterson
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Claims, evidence and reasoning in the introductory mechanics Lab
Andrew Pawl
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 347-352, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Pawl
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Disciplinary Inq[ee]ry in Computational Physics
Anna McLean Phillips, Ezra Gouvea, Brian Gravel, and Timothy J. Atherton
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 353-358, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Phillips
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Investigating underrepresented students’ choice of a physics major
Katrina Piatek-Jimenez, Dakota Keblbeck, and Cielo Medina Medina
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 359-364, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Piatek-Jimenez
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Creating a modular, workforce-relevant undergraduate curriculum for quantum information science and engineering for all people
Chris D. Porter, Zahra Atiq, and Edward Fletcher
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 365-370, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Porter
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Examining community of practice formation within a new informal art and physics program
Brean Prefontaine, Raymond Smith, Dena Izadi, and Kathleen A. Hinko
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 371-376, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Prefontaine
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Insights into Student Metacognition from Reflective Writing in an Introductory Studio Physics Course
Paige Pressler, Austin Anderson, Katherine Humphreys, Mark Swartz, and W. Brian Lane
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 377-382, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Pressler
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Applying a symbolic forms lens to probability expressions in upper-division quantum mechanics
William D. Riihiluoma, Zeynep Topdemir, and John R. Thompson
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 383-388, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Riihiluoma
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Reliability and Validity of an Introductory Physics Problem-Solving Grading Rubric
Kristen Rodenhausen and J. Christopher Moore
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 389-394, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Rodenhausen
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Challenges of preparing secondary STEM pre-service teachers in computational thinking
Hannah C. Sabo, Tor Ole B. Odden, and Tone F. Gregers
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 395-400, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Sabo
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Changing the culture: Documenting shifts in a department's norms around data use
Diana Sachmpazidi, Chandra Turpen, and Robert P. Dalka
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 401-406, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Sachmpazidi
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ADH… Disorder? Discoveries on ADHD and physics learning from collaborative autoethnography
Kaleigh I. Salty, Anthony E. Gobernatz, and Eleanor W. Close
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 407-412, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Salty
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Comparison of expert-like attitudes and scientific reasoning skills
Amber Sammons, Rebecca Rosenblatt, and Raymond Zich
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 413-418, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Sammons
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Investigating experiences of a Black woman in physics and astronomy
Lisabeth M. Santana and Chandralekha Singh
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 419-424, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Santana
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You pick my brain and I'll pick yours: a pilot case study of research-practice partnership in an informal physics space
Dena Izadi, Isabella Gennuso, and Margaret F. Sherriffs
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 425-431, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Sherriffs
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Analyzing Multiple-Choice-Multiple-Response Items Using Item Response Theory
Trevor I. Smith, Philip Eaton, Suzanne White Brahmia, Alexis Olsho, Charlotte Zimmerman, and Andrew Boudreaux
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 432-437, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Smith
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Using metacognitive prompts to explore student reasoning trajectories
Em Sowles, Drew J. Rosen, and MacKenzie R. Stetzer
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 438-443, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Sowles
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Student views of what counts as doing physics in the lab
Emily M. Stump and N. G. Holmes
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 444-450, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Stump
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Students’ varying responses to instructor prompts for frame shifts in physics labs
Meagan Sundstrom, Rebeckah Fussell, Rachel E. Scherr, and N. G. Holmes
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 451-456, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Sundstrom
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Queering methodologies in physics education research
Madison Swirtz and Ramón S. Barthelemy
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 457-462, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Swirtz
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Studying pedagogical practices in physics through the lens of epistemic (in)justice
Joineé Taylor, Zahra Hazari, Idaykis Rodriguez, Geoff Potvin, and Miguel Rodriguez
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 463-468, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Taylor
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Making expert cognitive processes visible: planning and preliminary analysis in theoretical physics research
Michael Verostek, Molly Griston, Jesús Botello, and Benjamin M. Zwickl
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 469-474, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Verostek
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Affordances of Articulating Assessment Objectives in Research-based Assessment Development
Michael Vignal, Katherine D. Rainey, Bethany R. Wilcox, Marcos D. Caballero, and H. J. Lewandowski
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 475-480, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Vignal
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Engagement in collaboration and teamwork using Google Colaboratory
Alexandra Werth, Kristin A. Oliver, Colin G. West, and H. J. Lewandowski
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 481-487, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Werth
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Methods for utilizing Item response theory with Coupled, Multiple-Response assessments
Bethany R. Wilcox, Katherine D. Rainey, and Michael Vignal
2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 488-493, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Wilcox
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How do you eat an elephant? How problem solving informs computational instruction in high school physics
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2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 494-499, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Willison
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They're not buying what we're selling: comparing student-requested supports with instructional practice during group work
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2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 500-505, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Wu
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Using blogs to make peer-reviewed research more accessible
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2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 506-512, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Young_N
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Nepantla in Physics Education Research
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2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 513-518, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Young_T
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Assessing physics quantitative literacy in algebra-based physics: lessons learned
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2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 519-524, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Zimmerman
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A qualitative analysis of concept maps through the Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) programs.
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2022 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings, pp. 525-530, doi:10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Zohrabi_Alaee
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