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C. Sandifer, PERC 2004 Proceedings, 141-144.
This study investigated small-group discussions in an inquiry-based middle school science classroom. The purpose of the study was to determine the teacher and curriculum factors that…
  
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M. Kozhevnikov, M. Hegarty, and R. Mayer - Report
This report describes a study that investigated the relationship between mental imagery and problem solving in physics, specifically in kinematics. A distinction is made between…
  
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C. Broadfoot, B. Hansen, A. Robertson, and L. Goodhew, PERC 2020 Proceedings, 57-62.
Physics education research (PER) studies of students’ understanding of kinematics have largely been focused on difficulties and misconceptions – ideas that act as barriers to student…
  
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E. Brewe, V. Sawtelle, D. McPadden, and R. Goertzen - Online Resource
This website holds the Modeling Instruction curriculum developed by the Florida International University Physics Education Research Group. The website provides the materials required…
  
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C. Watson and V. Brathwaite, 8th International Conference on e-Learning, 409-415 (2013).
The ability to create, interpret and derive kinematics quantities from graphs are important skills for students in introductory physics classes. Despite the importance, there have…
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R. Thornton, Phys. Educ., 22 (4), 230 - 238.
The author describes the use of a microcomputer-based laboratory in expanding physical intuition. An example is given with students interacting with a motion detector to produce…
  
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R. Thornton - Report
A promising new development in science education is the use of microcomputer-based laboratory tools that allow for student-directed data acquisition, display, and analysis.…
  
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E. Tabachnick, P. Colesworthy, and M. Wittmann, PERC 2017 Proceedings, 384-387.
In the “speed model” of accelerated motion, the terms “speeding up” and “slowing down” are equated with positive and negative acceleration, respectively. As part of the Maine…
  
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B. Gutmann, G. Gladding, M. Lundsgaard, and T. Stelzer, PERC 2017 Proceedings, 156-159.
Mastery-style online homework is used at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in a freshmen preparatory physics course. Its implementation revealed that some content is…
  
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S. Brahmia, PERC 2017 Proceedings, 64-67.
Physics experts move fluidly between varied meanings of the negative sign associated with physical quantities. Although researching student understanding of negative numbers is…
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