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American Journal of Physics
  
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L. Lee, M. Connolly, M. Dancy, C. Henderson, and W. Christensen, Am. J. Phys., 86 (7), 531-535 (2018).
For decades, Student Evaluations of Instruction (or Teaching) have been used to evaluate the quality of teaching at universities and colleges nationwide. Often, student evaluations…
To Improve the Academy
  
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W. McGowan and R. Osguthorpe, To Improve Acad., 29 (20210331) (2011).
This paper reports on faculty and student perceptions of the effects of midcourse evaluations on teaching improvement and student learning. We provided faculty with a midcourse…
  
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C. Pepper, High. Educ. Res. Dev., 29 (6), 693-707 (2010).
This paper reports on 625 student responses and analyzes student perceptions of Problem?Based Learning during their first semester at university. The data I present outlines the…
CBE-Life Sciences Education
  
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J. Schinske and K. Tanner, CBE Life. Sci. Educ., 13 (2), 159-166 (2016).
Current higher education professional teaching positions in a formal classroom setting almost invariably require use of a system of grading. Most instructors assign variations on…
Practical Assessment, Research, and Evaluation (PARE)
  
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E. Chapman, Pract. Assess. Res. Eval., 8 (13), 1-10 (2003).
Recent years have seen a revival of interest in the mechanisms by which students’ affective responses to learning tasks moderate knowledge acquisition and skill development. Given…
Journal of College Science Teaching
  
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R. Moore and P. Jensen, J. Coll. Sci. Teaching, 36 (7), 46-49 (2007).
Students in an introductory biology course who were given open-book exams during the semester earned significantly higher grades on these exams, but significantly lower grades on the…
  
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K. Nguyen, P. Shekhar, J. Husman, M. Borrego, M. Prince, C. Finelli, C. Waters, M. DeMonbrun, and C. Henderson, Mid Years Engineering Experience (MYEE) (2016).
As engineering instructors adopt new teaching strategies, many instructors face anxiety about how their students will respond to their new in-class instructional activities. The fear…
Physical Review Physics Education Research
  
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S. Becker, S. Kuchemann, P. Klein, A. Lichtenberger, and J. Kuhn, Phys. Rev. Phys. Educ. Res., 18 (2), 020107 (2022).
Eye tracking enables the reconstruction of eye movements and thus the analysis of visual information selection and integration processes during problem solving. In this way,…
The Physics Teacher
  
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A. Madsen, S. McKagan, and E. Sayre, Phys. Teach., 58 (90), 90-93 (2020).
Physics faculty care about their students learning physics content. In addition, they usually hope that their students will learn some deeper lessons about thinking critically and…
Journal of Engineering Education
  
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M. DeMonbrun, C. Finelli, M. Prince, M. Borrego, P. Shekhar, C. Henderson, and C. Waters, J. Eng. Educ., 106 (2), 273-298 (2017).
Calls for the reform of education in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) have inspired many instructional innovations, some research based. Yet adoption of such…
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