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Physical Review Special Topics - Physics Education Research
  
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E. Etkina, A. Karelina, and M. Ruibal-Villasenor, Phys. Rev. ST Phys. Educ. Res., 4 (2), 020108 (2008).
Most of the time, instructors of introductory physics limit their goals to students’ acquisition of basic concepts and end-of-the-chapter problem solving efficiency. They overlook…
Physical Review Special Topics - Physics Education Research
  
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E. Etkina, A. Karelina, S. Murthy, and M. Ruibal-Villasenor, Phys. Rev. ST Phys. Educ. Res., 5 (1), 010109 (2009).
The paper reports on how educational research informed and supported both the process of refinement of introductory physics laboratory instruction and student development of…
  
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V. Otero and K. Gray, PERC 2007 Proceedings, 160-163.
Instructional techniques based on research in cognitive science and physics education have been used in physics courses to enhance student learning. While dramatic increases in…
  
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E. Etkina, A. Karelina, and M. Ruibal Villasenor, PERC 2006 Proceedings, 81-84.
Students taking introductory physics courses not only need to learn the fundamental concepts and to solve simple problems but also need to learn to approach more complex problems and…
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A. Van Heuvelen, Am. J. Phys., 59 (10), 891-897 (1991).
This paper reviews research by scientists interested in cognition and pedagogy, which has shown that students have more physics problem solving capability than is usually thought.…
  
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C. Zimmerman, A. Olsho, S. Brahmia, A. Boudreaux, T. Smith, and P. Eaton, PERC 2020 Proceedings, 605-610.
Covariational reasoning—reasoning about how changes in one quantity relate to changes in another quantity—has been examined extensively in mathematics education research. Little…
  
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A. Boudreaux, S. Kanim, A. Olsho, S. Brahmia, C. Zimmerman, and T. Smith, PERC 2020 Proceedings, 45-50.
We present a set of modes of reasoning about ratio and proportion as a means of operationalizing expert practice in physics. These modes, or natures of proportional reasoning, stem…
  
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F. Bradbury - Online Resource
This collection of materials supports open-inquiry physical science experiments in intermediate and advanced Bachelor's level lab courses. Flipped-lab methods are enabled by training…
  
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B. Lunk, PERC 2019 Proceedings, 336-341.
With the growing integration of computational modeling in introductory physics curricula, educators face an increasing need to understand how students read and compose programming…
  
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E. Smith, N. Chodkowski, and N. Holmes, PERC 2019 Proceedings, 554-559.
Recent research in introductory physics labs suggests that most students judge the quality of a measurement based on a comparison with theory. To probe this dimension of students’…
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