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V. Borish, A. Werth, and H. Lewandowski, PERC 2022 Proceedings, 57-63.
The second quantum revolution has prompted not only research in quantum science and technology, but also research on how best to educate students who may enter this burgeoning field.…
  
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P. Justice, E. Marshman, and C. Singh, PERC 2022 Proceedings, 261-266.
We report on an investigation in which we compare the conceptual performance of upper-level undergraduates and graduate students, who worked on two different validated Quantum…
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N. Rutten, W. van Joolingen, and J. van der Veen, Comput. Educ., 58 (1), 136-153 (2012).
This article reviews the (quasi)experimental research of the encompassing 2002-2012 on the learning effects of computer simulations in science education. The focus is on two…
Physical Review Physics Education Research
  
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B. Wei, C. Wang, and L. Tan, Phys. Rev. Phys. Educ. Res., 18 (2), 020138 (2022).
Visual representation in school textbooks plays an important role for physics teaching and learning. The integration of graphics with text has drawn attention of physics educators in…
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S. Worner, S. Becker, S. Kuchemann, K. Scheiter, and J. Kuhn, Phys. Rev. Phys. Educ. Res., 18 (2), 020131 (2022).
Optics is a core field in the curricula of secondary physics education. In this study, we present the development and validation of a test instrument in the field of optics, the ray…
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K. Matejak-Cvenic, L. Ivanjek, M. Planinić, K. Jelicic, A. Susac, and M. Hopf, Phys. Rev. Phys. Educ. Res., 17 (1), 010136 (2021).
Polarization of light is one of the topics in the Croatian high school physics curriculum, taught in the final year of high school education. Twenty-seven Croatian high-school…
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K. Matejak-Cvenic, M. Planinic, A. Susac, L. Ivanjek, K. Jelicic, and M. Hopf, Phys. Rev. Phys. Educ. Res., 18 (1), 010103 (2022).
A new diagnostic instrument, the Conceptual Survey on Wave Optics (CSWO), was developed and validated on 224 high school students (aged 18–19 years) in Croatia. The process of test…
Physics Education
  
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K. Ndihokubwayo, J. Uwamahoro, I. Ndayambaje, and M. Ralph, Phys. Educ., 55 (3) (2020).
This article discusses the design and introduction of the Light Phenomena Conceptual Assessment (LPCA) to help teachers measure their students' conceptual understanding of light…
  
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B. Zwickl, J. Olivera, K. Martin, and K. Winans, PERC 2015 Proceedings, 391-394.
Preliminary results are presented from an ongoing study that is investigating both academic and industrial career paths in optics and photonics. By grounding the discussion of…
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T. Fredlund, J. Airey, and C. Linder, Eur. J. Phys., 33 (3), 657-666 (2012).
Research has shown that interactive engagement enhances student learning outcomes. A growing body of research suggests that the representations we use in physics are important in…
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