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Physical Review Physics Education Research
  
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J. Yang, S. DeVore, D. Hewagallage, P. Miller, Q. Ryan, and J. Stewart, Phys. Rev. Phys. Educ. Res., 16 (2), 020130 (2020).
Machine learning algorithms have recently been used to predict students’ performance in an introductory physics class. The prediction model classified students as those likely to…
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J. Durk, A. Davies, R. Hughes, and L. Jardine-Wright, Phys. Rev. Phys. Educ. Res., 16 (2), 020126 (2020).
Female students and those with a low socioeconomic status (SES) typically score lower in assessments of self-efficacy and ability in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics…
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A. Simmons and A. Heckler, Phys. Rev. Phys. Educ. Res., 16 (2), 020125 (2020).
Two set of studies were conducted to better understand grades and grading practices in physics courses, and how these might influence demographic representational disparities in…
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C. Hoyer and R. Girwidz, Phys. Rev. Phys. Educ. Res., 16 (2), 020124 (2020).
Simulations and virtual or remote laboratories are increasingly used in schools. The extent to which individual experimental skills can be acquired when experimenting in digital…
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C. Porter, J. Smith, E. Stagar, A. Simmons, M. Nieberding, C. Orban, J. Brown, and A. Ayers, Phys. Rev. Phys. Educ. Res., 16 (2), 020119 (2020).
Recent years have seen a resurgence of interest in using virtual reality (VR) technology to benefit instruction, especially in physics and related subjects. As VR devices improve and…
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K. Zuza, M. De Cock, P. van Kampen, T. Kelly, and J. Guisasola, Phys. Rev. Phys. Educ. Res., 16 (2), 020110 (2020).
This work presents the application of design based research (DBR) methodology to conduct a systematic iterative study of the design and implementation of a teaching-learning sequence…
  
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H. Khong, B. Lohman, N. Foth, and E. Sayre, PERC 2021 Proceedings, 203-208.
This study is situated within possible selves theory to explore how senior undergraduate students in STEM develop and envision their future possible selves after graduation. We…
  
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A. Ozmetin, M. Dew, T. Erukhimova, and J. Perry, PERC 2021 Proceedings, 321-326.
A small number of prior studies have investigated whether instructor gender has a measurable impact on student course grades, though to our best knowledge no study has specifically…
  
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E. Smith and K. Callan, PERC 2021 Proceedings, 402-407.
Instructors and researchers have been exploring the effects of students' groups in physics class on their experiences and course performance in a variety of ways. Here, we analyzed…
  
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M. Verostek, C. Miller, and B. Zwickl, PERC 2021 Proceedings, 414-419.
Using analysis of variance on a sample consisting of 1,499 US students across 21 US PhD programs, we show that there is no significant difference in the time it takes US male and…
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