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Physical Review Special Topics - Physics Education Research
  
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Z. Hazari, G. Potvin, R. Tai, and J. Almarode, Phys. Rev. ST Phys. Educ. Res., 6 (1), 010107 (2010).
An individual’s motivational orientation serves as a drive to action and can influence their career success. This study examines how goal orientation toward the pursuit of a graduate…
Physical Review Special Topics - Physics Education Research
  
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C. Henderson, M. Dancy, and M. Niewiadomska-Bugaj, Phys. Rev. ST Phys. Educ. Res., 8 (2), 020104 (2012).
During the fall of 2008 a web survey, designed to collect information about pedagogical knowledge and practices, was completed by a representative sample of 722 physics faculty…
  
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J. Risley, J. Mestre, B. Sherwood, K. Heller, P. Heller, and R. Fuller; Editors: T. Thaden-Koch and R. Fuller, PERC 1998 Proceedings, 145-154.
This 1998 PERC panel transcription shows how the mid-90s PER community was primarily composed of individuals working solo or "weird" multi-disciplinary collaborations. John Risley of…
  
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D. Hestenes; Editors: T. Thaden-Koch and R. Fuller, PERC 1998 Proceedings, 137-144.
This 1998 PERC panel transcript contains a discussion on how to promote and fund a physics problem solving research consortium, what it would look like, and the support it would need…
  
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J. Mestre, B. Sherwood, R. Thornton, A. Van Heuvelen, and J. Stith; Editors: T. Thaden-Koch and R. Fuller, PERC 1998 Proceedings, 113-136.
Panelists at the 1998 PERC discuss the research they would like to do if they had no constraints on money or time. Panelists also discussed the kind of research they thought the PER…
  
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D. Maloney, B. Thacker, R. Harrington, and R. Beichner; Editors: T. Thaden-Koch and R. Fuller, PERC 1998 Proceedings, 50-70.
At the 1998 PERC, David Maloney, Beth Thacker, and Rand Harrington discussed the teaching/research balance at their institutions and the advantages and disadvantages of their…
  
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C. Henderson, R. Barthelemy, N. Finkelstein, and J. Mestre, PERC 2011 Proceedings, 211-214.
It is important for a research community, such as Physics Education Research (PER), to understand how much funding it receives and where this funding comes from. During spring 2011,…
  
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F. Lung, G. Potvin, G. Sonnert, and P. Sadler, PERC 2011 Proceedings, 259-262.
Using data collected from a nationally-representative sample of first-year college students, we examine how students' identity development as physics persons and their likelihood to…
  
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I. Rodriguez, R. Goertzen, E. Brewe, and L. Kramer, PERC 2011 Proceedings, 319-322.
In this paper we present an alternative perspective to physics expertise research. Using Lave and Wenger's theoretical perspective of Legitimate Peripheral Participation [4] as a…
  
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M. Caballero, PERC 2015 Proceedings, 79-82.
Computation, the use of a computer to solve, simulate, or visualize a physical problem, has revolutionized how physics research is done. Computation is used widely to model systems,…
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