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S. McKagan, K. Perkins, M. Dubson, C. Malley, S. Reid, R. LeMaster, and C. Wieman, Am. J. Phys., 76 (4), 406-417 (2008).
Quantum mechanics is difficult to learn because it is counter-intuitive, hard to visualize, mathematically challenging, and abstract. The Physics Education Technology (PhET) Project,…
  
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S. Pollock, S. Chasteen, M. Dubson, and K. Perkins, PERC 2010 Proceedings, 261-264.
Many upper-division courses at the University of Colorado now regularly use peer instruction in the form of clicker questions during lectures. Particular attention has been paid to…
  
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S. Siddiqui and C. Singh, PERC 2010 Proceedings, 297-300.
Understanding instructors’ attitudes and approaches to teaching quantum mechanics can be helpful in developing research-based learning tools. Here we discuss the findings from a…
  
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C. Singh and G. Zhu, PERC 2010 Proceedings, 301-304.
Development of research-based multiple-choice tests about quantum mechanics is important for assessing students’ difficulties and for evaluating curricula and pedagogies that strive…
  
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G. Zhu and C. Singh, PERC 2010 Proceedings, 345-348.
We describe the difficulties advanced undergraduate and graduate students have with quantum measurement. To reduce these difficulties, we have developed research-based learning tools…
Physical Review Special Topics - Physics Education Research
  
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L. Deslauriers and C. Wieman, Phys. Rev. ST Phys. Educ. Res., 7 (1), 010101 (2011).
We measured mastery and retention of conceptual understanding of quantum mechanics in a modern physics course. This was studied for two equivalent cohorts of students taught with…
Physical Review Special Topics - Physics Education Research
  
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S. McKagan, K. Perkins, and C. Wieman, Phys. Rev. ST Phys. Educ. Res., 6 (2), 020121 (2010).
The Quantum Mechanics Conceptual Survey (QMCS) is a 12-question survey of students’ conceptual understanding of quantum mechanics. It is intended to be used to measure the relative…
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C. Baily and N. Finkelstein, Phys. Rev. ST Phys. Educ. Res., 6 (2), 020113 (2010).
The perspectives of introductory classical physics students can often negatively influence how those students later interpret quantum phenomena when taking an introductory course in…
  
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C. Baily and N. Finkelstein, PERC 2010 Proceedings, 69-72.
Prior research has demonstrated how the realist perspectives of classical physics students can translate into specific beliefs about quantum phenomena when taking an introductory…
  
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D. Demaree, PERC 2010 Proceedings, 17-20.
Oregon State University’s (OSU) upper-division physics courses rearrange the traditional content to center around conceptual and mathematical ideas, with the aim of having students…
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