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L. Cui, N. Rebello, and A. Bennett, PERC 2005 Proceedings, 37-40.
This research investigated students' transfer of learning from calculus courses to an introductory physics course. We used semi-structured think aloud interviews to assess the extent…
  
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Many introductory calculus-based physics students have difficulties when solving physics problems involving calculus. This study investigates students’ retention and transfer from…
  
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A. Pina and M. Loverude, PERC 2019 Proceedings, 446-451.
Setting up an integral based on a given physical system can be a significant barrier to success for students (Cui et. al. 2006). Prior research has shown that the way students think…
  
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M. Carlson, B. Madison, and R. West, Int. J. Res. Undergrad. Math. Educ., 1 (2), 209-233 (2015).
The Calculus Concept Readiness (CCR) instrument assesses foundational understandings and reasoning abilities that have been documented to be essential for learning calculus. The CCR…
  
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J. Gleason, S. Bagley, M. Thomas, L. Rice, and D. White, Int. J. Math. Educ. Sci. Tech., 50 (6), 825-838 (2019).
Concept inventories have become increasingly common in STEM disciplines as a means of assessing student conceptual understanding on a given topic, and overall they have led to…
  
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R. Meylani and D. Teuscher, Thirty-Third Annual Conference of the North American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education, 787 - 794 (2011).
This study establishes a theoretical framework for predicting the American College Testing (ACT) Mathematics sub-score and AP Calculus AB and BC scores from the Precalculus Concept…
  
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G. Mulder, P. Emigh, and E. Gire, PERC 2018 Proceedings.
Many students who have completed a full year of calculus continue to demonstrate a weak understanding of the role of the infinitesimal in an integral. This lack of understanding has…
  
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T. Jayasinghe and H. Sadaghiani, PERC 2017 Proceedings, 200-203.
We have been investigating students’ knowledge pertaining to continuous charge distributions in introductory calculus based physics courses at Cal Poly Pomona. An open-ended…
  
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A. Phillips and C. Merighi, PERC 2017 Proceedings, 300-303.
Students often take introductory physics concurrently with calculus, and the two disciplines are deeply intertwined. While students’ epistemological beliefs in physics have been…
  
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M. Thomas and G. Lozano, Proceedings of the 16th Annual Conference on Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education (2013).
Research in science education, particularly physics education, indicates that students in Interactively-Engaged classrooms are more successful on tests of basic conceptual knowledge.…
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