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Physical Review Special Topics - Physics Education Research
  
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E. Yerushalmi, E. Cohen, K. Heller, P. Heller, and C. Henderson, Phys. Rev. ST Phys. Educ. Res., 6 (2), 020108 (2010).
This study investigates how the beliefs and values of physics faculty influence their choice of physics problems for their students in an introductory physics course. The study…
Journal of Research in Science Teaching
  
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M. James and L. Scharmann, J. Res. Sci. Teaching, 44 (4), 565-585 (2007).
Prior research in both education and cognitive science has identified analogy making as a powerful tool for explanation as well as a fundamental mechanism for facilitating an…
  
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P. Heller, K. Heller, C. Henderson, V. Kuo, and E. Yerushalmi, PERC 2001 Proceedings.
This paper presents preliminary hypotheses about a common core of faculty beliefs about how their students learn to solve problems in their introductory courses. Using a process of…
  
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C. Henderson, K. Heller, P. Heller, V. Kuo, and E. Yerushalmi, PERC 2001 Proceedings.
This paper presents preliminary hypotheses about the relationship between faculty goals for the introductory calculus-based physics course and their beliefs about student learning of…
Physical Review Special Topics - Physics Education Research
  
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E. Etkina, Phys. Rev. ST Phys. Educ. Res., 6 (2), 020110 (2010).
This paper contains a scholarly description of pedagogical practices of the Rutgers Physics/Physical Science Teacher Preparation program. The program focuses on three aspects of…
  
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G. DeBeck, S. Settelmeyer, S. Li, and D. Demaree, PERC 2010 Proceedings, 121-124.
In Spring 2010, the Oregon State University physics department instituted a SCALE-UP (Student-Centered Active Learning Environment for Undergraduate Programs) style studio classroom…
  
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C. Henderson, M. Dancy, and M. Niewiadomska-Bugaj, PERC 2010 Proceedings, 169-172.
During the Fall of 2008 a web survey, designed to collect information about pedagogical knowledge and practices, was completed by a representative sample of 722 physics faculty…
  
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M. Lau, PERC 2010 Proceedings, 201-204.
From one moment to the next, what and how a teacher teaches may change. In this paper, I discuss two examples from one teacher, showing shifts in her practice from one moment to the…
  
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I. Rodriguez, E. Brewe, and L. Kramer, PERC 2010 Proceedings, 277-280.
Research on physics expertise has predominantly focused on cognitive differences between physics experts and novices where the novices are high school or introductory college…
  
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S. Siddiqui and C. Singh, PERC 2010 Proceedings, 297-300.
Understanding instructors’ attitudes and approaches to teaching quantum mechanics can be helpful in developing research-based learning tools. Here we discuss the findings from a…
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