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Physical Review Physics Education Research
  
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L. Ivanjek, L. Morris, T. Schubatzky, M. Hopf, J. Burde, C. Haagen-Schützenhöfer, L. Dopatka, V. Spatz, and T. Wilhelm, Phys. Rev. Phys. Educ. Res., 17 (2), 020123 (2021).
This article reports the development of a two-tier simple electric circuits test (2T-SEC Test). Simple electric circuits are introduced to students early in their school years and…
  
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L. Bauman, J. Corcoran, L. Goodhew, and A. Robertson, PERC 2020 Proceedings, 33-38.
Most research focusing on student ideas about electric current frames these ideas as misconceptions, difficulties, and misunderstandings. This paper reports student resources for…
  
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J. Burde, T. Wilhelm, M. Hopf, L. Ivanjek, T. Schubatzky, C. Haagen-Schützenhöfer, L. Dopatka, and V. Spatz, PERC 2020 Proceedings, 69-74.
Electric circuits are an important element of physics classes in Austria, Germany, and most countries around the world. However, many students leave secondary school without having…
  
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M. Quezada-Espinoza, A. Dominguez, and G. Zavala, PERC 2016 Proceedings, 256-259.
Prior physics education studies have established a positive influence in learning when students use research-based strategies (mainly Tutorials) and instructional technologies in…
  
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Lebanese secondary school students’ conceptual profiles in physics are evaluated by comparison to their U.S. peers, in an attempt to ascertain the effectiveness of the Lebanese…
  
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J. Burde and T. Wilhelm, PERC 2017 Proceedings, 68-71.
Effective reasoning about electric circuits requires a solid understanding of voltage and potential. However, most students fail to correctly analyze electric circuits as they tend…
  
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T. Odden and R. Russ, PERC 2017 Proceedings, 280-283.
In recent years, there has been a growing interest in how students make sense of physics concepts, but there is as of yet little consensus on what it actually means for students to…
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P. Engelhardt and R. Beichner, Am. J. Phys., 72 (1), 98-115 (2004).
Both high school and university students' reasoning regarding direct current resistive electric circuits often differ from the accepted explanations. At present, there are no…
International Journal of Science Education
  
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M. Arnold and R. Millar, Int. J. Sci. Educ., 9 (5), 553-563 (1987).
This paper reports on the development and implementation of an introductory course on electric circuits based on a constructivist model of curriculum development and teaching.…
  
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This 29-question research-based multiple-choice test is designed to evaluate students' reasoning regarding direct current resistive electric circuits. The test may be administered to…
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