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J. Clark, E. Sayre, and S. Franklin, PERC 2010 Proceedings, 101-104.
We present data from a between-student study on student response to questions on Newton’s Third Law given throughout the academic year. The study, conducted at Rochester Institute of…
  
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K. Cummings and J. Marx, PERC 2010 Proceedings, 113-116.
We have developed an assessment of students' ability to solve standard textbook style problems and are currently engaged in the validation and revision process. The assessment covers…
  
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H. Dedic, S. Rosenfield, and N. Lasry, PERC 2010 Proceedings, 125-128.
The Force Concept Inventory (FCI) has been efficiently used to assess conceptual learning in mechanics. Each FCI question has one Newtonian answer and four wrong answers…
  
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J. de la Garza and H. Alarcon, PERC 2010 Proceedings, 129-132.
Considering the benefits of modeling instruction in improving conceptual learning while students work more like scientists, an implementation was made in an introductory Physics…
  
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L. Ding, N. Reay, A. Heckler, and L. Bao, PERC 2010 Proceedings, 133-136.
Students commonly have difficulty with “synthesis problems”, which require a combination of typically two concepts that are taught separately in different chapters and/or at…
  
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J. Docktor, N. Strand, J. Mestre, and B. Ross, PERC 2010 Proceedings, 137-140.
Students in introductory physics courses treat problem solving as an exercise in manipulating equations, symbols, and quantities with the goal of obtaining the correct answer.…
  
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S. Garcia, A. Hankins, and H. Sadaghiani, PERC 2010 Proceedings, 141-144.
The purpose of this study is to investigate student learning of Newtonian Mechanics through the study of its history and the development of the relevant ideas since the time of…
  
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B. Hinrichs, PERC 2010 Proceedings, 173-176.
An intermediate E&M course (i.e. based on Griffiths [1]) involves the extensive integration of vector calculus concepts and notation with abstract physics concepts like field and…
  
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P. Kohl, C. Pearl, and V. Kuo, PERC 2010 Proceedings, 193-196.
Conceptual surveys like the FCI and CSEM are common, and course reforms often have the goal of improving student gains on these surveys. There exist various approaches to improving…
  
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L. Kost-Smith, S. Pollock, N. Finkelstein, G. Cohen, T. Ito, and A. Miyake, PERC 2010 Proceedings, 197-200.
Prior work at CU-Boulder has shown that a gender gap (difference in male and female performance) exists in both the pre- and post-course conceptual surveys, despite the use of…
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