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Publisher: New York University Press - Book
This book was published in 1969 and, at the time, was considered on the cutting edge of science and science education. Today, the text offers a historical perspective of the state of…
  
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The Statistical Research Center contains data on education and employment in physics, astronomy, and associated fields. The center provides reports on trends in education of interest…
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G. Aikenhead and A. Ryan, Sci. Educ., 76 (5), 477-491 (1992).
Educators who plan science lessons, who develop science curricula, or who evaluate learning, often wonder about students' preconceptions of the material to be taught. Until now,…
  
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B. Gutmann, E. Ochoa-Madrid, and A. Olmstead, PERC 2020 Proceedings, 191-197.
Physics has greatly impacted society, both in solving problems and perpetuating harm. Yet we rarely train physics students to grapple with their responsibilities to society by…
  
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E. Ochoa-Madrid, A. Olmstead, and B. Gutmann, PERC 2019 Proceedings, 423-428.
The societal implications of technology developed through physics research are not always clear. Physicists need to use ethical reasoning skills to maneuver through morally ambiguous…
  
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K. Cummings - Report
This paper was written as part of the Status, Contributions, and Future Directions of Discipline Based Education (DBER) Research project undertaken by the Board on Science Education…
  
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J. Adams; Editors: T. Thaden-Koch and R. Fuller, PERC 1998 Proceedings, 49-50, 161-164, 165-208.
In this PERC 1998 session, a representative from each physics education research group provided a report on their group's PER research and development activities. Collectively, the…
  
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A. Arons; Editors: T. Thaden-Koch and R. Fuller, PERC 1998 Proceedings, 7-14.
At the 1998 PERC, Arnold B. Arons discussed the early years of PER through a series of personal reminiscences and anecdotes. He also touched on the theme of avoiding complex projects…
  
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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…