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International Journal of Science Education
  
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D. Brookes and E. Etkina, Int. J. Sci. Educ., 37 (5-6), 759-779 (2015).
Researchers believe that the way that students talk, specifically the language that they use, can offer a window into their reasoning processes. Yet the connection between what…
  
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A. Alesandrini, T. Huynh, L. Bauman, and A. Robertson, PERC 2022 Proceedings, 37-43.
We identify three conceptual resources that introductory physics students in our sample commonly use when reasoning microscopically about thermal physics topics: 1) differences will…
Physical Review Physics Education Research
  
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A. Robertson and W. Hairston, Phys. Rev. Phys. Educ. Res., 18 (1), 010119 (2022).
Within whiteness, the organization of social life is in terms of a center and margins that are based on dominance, control, and a transcendent figure that is consistently and…
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J. Velasco, L. Buteler, C. Briozzo, and E. Coleoni, Phys. Rev. Phys. Educ. Res., 18 (1), 010127 (2022).
Coordination class theory has proven to be a useful theoretical framework for describing processes of conceptual change in certain physical and mathematical concepts. Its development…
  
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J. Laverty, A. Sirnoorkar, A. Jambuge, K. Rainey, J. Weaver, A. Adamson, and B. Wilcox, PERC 2022 Proceedings, 279-284.
Research based assessments have a productive and storied history in PER. While useful for conducting research on student learning, their utility is limited for instructors interested…
The Physics Teacher
  
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R. Scherr, B. Harrer, H. Close, A. Daane, L. DeWater, A. Robertson, L. Seeley, and S. Vokos, Phys. Teach., 54 (2), 96-102 (2016).
Energy is a crosscutting concept in science and features prominently in national science education documents. In the Next Generation Science Standards, the primary conceptual…
The Physics Teacher
  
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L. Seeley, K. Gray, and A. Robertson, Phys. Teach., 59 (2), 89-93 (2021).
The Next Generation Science Standards lay out a model of energy that locates energy within objects and fields, and tracks energy as it transfers between these objects and transforms…
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E. Stump, M. Dew, S. Jeon, and N. Holmes, Phys. Rev. Phys. Educ. Res., 19 (1), 010107 (2023).
Prior research has indicated that students in the undergraduate physics lab divide work inequitably with regard to gender. In this work, we further probed women’s experiences in lab…
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N. Crossette, L. Carr, and B. Wilcox, Phys. Rev. Phys. Educ. Res., 19 (1), 010106 (2023).
Social network analysis (SNA) has been gaining traction as a technique for quantitatively studying student collaboration. We analyze networks, constructed from student self-reports…
Physics Today
  
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D. Meredith and E. Redish, Phys. Today, 66 (7), 38-43 (2013).
Physics departments have long been providing service courses for premedical students and biology majors. But in the past few decades, the life sciences have grown explosively as new…
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