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Physical Review Physics Education Research
  
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E. Rollinde, N. Decamp, and C. Demiaux, Phys. Rev. Phys. Educ. Res., 17 (1), 013105 (2021).
The experiment that we present in this paper explores the teaching of Galilean motion principles observed in different reference frames, in an astronomical context. All grade 10…
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J. Gifford and N. Finkelstein, Phys. Rev. Phys. Educ. Res., 17 (1), 010138 (2021).
This paper extends prior work establishing an operationalized framework of mathematical sense making (MSM) in physics. The framework differentiates between the object being…
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S. Salimpour, R. Tytler, U. Eriksson, and M. Fitzgerald, Phys. Rev. Phys. Educ. Res., 17 (1), 013104 (2021).
Our aesthetic response to the Universe, and the complexity of concepts through which we understand it, are inherently bound together in how we meaningfully interpret its nature. Over…
  
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E. Etkina and G. Planinsic, Phys. World, 27 (03), 48-51 (2015).
This article discusses research into how people learn and explores integration of this pedagogical understanding along with explicit methods to help students develop scientific…
The Physics Teacher
  
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E. Etkina and G. Planinsic, Phys. Teach., 53 (7), 432-437 (2015).
The importance of "critical thinking" in physics education has been frequently discussed, debated, and analyzed. Despite recognition of the need to develop critical reasoning skills,…
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H. Kizilcik, M. Aygun, E. Sahin, N. Onder-Celikkanli, O. Turk, T. Taskin, and B. Gunes, Phys. Rev. Phys. Educ. Res., 17 (2), 023107 (2021).
This study aims to make a thematic classification of possible misconceptions about solid friction by reviewing papers in the literature which include conceptual difficulties about…
Latin American Journal of Physics Education
  
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B. Akarsu, Lat. Am. J. Phys. Educ., 4 (2), 273-285 (2010).
Quantum physics is considered one of the most remarkable discoveries of contemporary physics within the past century, paving the way for technological inventions such as the laser,…
  
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K. Fuller and C. Torres Rivera, Front. Microbiol., 11 (1) (2021).
Using a culturally responsive approach to an undergraduate microbiology lab, students at a Hispanic-serving institution devised experiments to test whether home remedies developed by…
  
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K. Scott and M. Aleta White, Urban Educ., 48 (5), 657-681 (2013).
This article investigates the motivations of African American and Latino girls ages 13-18) who navigate urban Southwest school districts during the day, but voluntarily attend a…
Journal of College Science Teaching
  
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C. O'Donnell, E. Prather, and P. Behroozi, J. Coll. Sci. Teaching, 50 (3), 68-77 (2021).
General education college astronomy courses offer instructors both a unique audience and a unique challenge. For many students, such a course may be their first time encountering a…
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