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Computers and Education
  
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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…
Journal of College Science Teaching
  
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B. Simon and J. Taylor, J. Coll. Sci. Teaching, 39 (2), 52-57 (2009).
In this work, we explore the impact of learning goals on the individual student in a course and, to a lesser degree, on the instructors teaching the courses. We studied three courses…
  
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K. Nguyen, J. Husman, M. Borrego, P. Shekhar, M. Prince, and M. DeMonbrun, American Education Research Association (AERA), 15 (2017).
Engineering instructors' adoption of active learning has been slow, despite significant evidence supporting its efficacy. A common instructor concern is that students will respond…
  
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R. Felder and R. Brent; Publisher: Jossey-Bass- A Wiley Imprint - Book
Educational research has repeatedly shown that compared to traditional teacher-centered instruction, certain learner-centered methods lead to improved learning outcomes, greater…
  
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J. Meyer, G. Passante, S. Pollock, and B. Wilcox, PERC 2022 Proceedings, 317-322.
Significant attention in the PER community has been paid to student cognition and reasoning processes in undergraduate quantum mechanics. Until recently, however, these same topics…
Journal of College Science Teaching
  
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P. Shekhar, M. Borrego, M. DeMonbrun, C. Finelli, C. Crockett, and K. Nguyen, J. Coll. Sci. Teaching, 49 (6), 45-54 (2020).
Recent research has supported the use of student-centered teaching practices, such as active learning, because of its effectiveness in improving student learning and retention when…
  
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I. Kontro - Book Section
Laboratory courses are an essential part of physics education, and the need for learning goals that focus on laboratory skills rather than physics contents has recently been…
  
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C. Ashcraft, E. Eger, and K. Scott, Anthropol. Educ. Q., 48 (3), 233-251 (2017).
Drawing from a two-year ethnography, this article juxtaposes the experiences of two cohorts in one culturally responsive computing program, examining how the program fostered girls’…
  
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K. Scott and M. Aleta White, Urban Educ., 48 (5), 657-681 (2013).
This article investigates the motivations of African American and Latino girls ages 13-18) who navigate urban Southwest school districts during the day, but voluntarily attend a…
  
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G. Mackessy, P. Irving, M. Caballero, and L. Doughty, PERC 2021 Proceedings, 245-250.
With the integration of computation into physics courses becoming more prevalent to adequately prepare our graduates for the workforce, there is a need for instructional and…
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