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Physical Review Special Topics - Physics Education Research
  
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L. Ding and R. Beichner, Phys. Rev. ST Phys. Educ. Res., 5 (2), 020103 (2009).
This paper introduces five commonly used approaches to analyzing multiple-choice test data. They are classical test theory, factor analysis, cluster analysis, item response theory,…
  
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J. Beuckman, S. Franklin, and R. Lindell, PERC 2004 Proceedings, 189-192.
"FOCIA" stands for Free Online Concept Inventory Analyzer. FOCIA, our new web-based tool will allow teachers and researchers in any location to upload their test data and instantly…
  
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D. Mountcastle, B. Bucy, and J. Thompson, PERC 2007 Proceedings, 152-155.
Equilibrium properties of macroscopic systems are highly predictable as n, the number of particles approaches and exceeds Avogadro's number; theories of statistical physics depend on…
  
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P. Engelhardt; Editors: C. Henderson and K. Harper; Publisher: American Association of Physics Teachers, Rev. PER, 2 (1) (2009).
A number of conceptual multiple-choice tests have been developed addressing many different areas of physics. These tests are typically used to determine what difficulties students…
International Journal of Science Education
  
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M. Sere, R. Journeaux, and C. Larcher, Int. J. Sci. Educ., 15 (4), 427-438.
A study was conducted in France to determine what 20 students in a first year physics laboratory course had learned about the statistical concepts taught. Students had specific…
American Journal of Physics
  
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G. Aubrecht II and J. Aubrecht, Am. J. Phys., 51 (7), 613-620 (1983).
True–false or multiple-choice tests can be useful instruments for evaluating student progress. We examine strategies for planning objective tests which serve to test the material…
American Journal of Physics
  
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L. Bao and E. Redish, Am. J. Phys., 69 (S1), S45-53 (2001).
Multiple-choice tests such as the Force Concept Inventory (FCI) provide useful instruments to probe the distribution of student difficulties on a large scale. However, traditional…
Physical Review Physics Education Research
  
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A. Volfson, H. Eshach, and Y. Ben-Abu, Phys. Rev. Phys. Educ. Res., 17 (2), 023105 (2021).
Science knowledge is reflected in mental models that students tend to form when dealing with science phenomena. One way to identify students’ mental models about scientific concepts…
  
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K. Oliver and B. Wilcox, PERC 2021 Proceedings, 315-320.
Upper division thermodynamics courses require students to develop proficiency with several combinatorial topics. While little research has been done to establish student comfort and…
Physical Review Special Topics - Physics Education Research
  
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M. Planinić, L. Ivanjek, and A. Susac, Phys. Rev. ST Phys. Educ. Res., 6 (1), 010103 (2010).
The Force Concept Inventory (FCI) is an important diagnostic instrument widely used in the field of physics education research. It is therefore important to evaluate and monitor its…