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Cognitive Development at the Middle-Division Level  [ Conference Proceedings ]
  
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C. Manogue and E. Gire
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C. Manogue and E. Gire, PERC 2009 Proceedings, 19-22.
One of the primary goals, as students transition from the lower-division to upper-division courses is to facilitate the cognitive development needed for work as a physicist. The…
Symbols: Weapons of Math Destruction  [ Conference Proceedings ]
  
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E. Torigoe and G. Gladding
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E. Torigoe and G. Gladding, PERC 2007 Proceedings, 200-203.
This paper is part of an ongoing investigation of how students use and understand mathematics in introductory physics. Our previous research [1] revealed that differences in score as…
Effect of Misconception on Transfer in Problem Solving  [ Conference Proceedings ]
  
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C. Singh
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C. Singh, PERC 2007 Proceedings, 196-199.
We examine the effect of misconceptions about friction on students' ability to solve problems and transfer from one context to another. We analyze written responses to paired…
  
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V. Shekoyan and E. Etkina
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V. Shekoyan and E. Etkina, PERC 2007 Proceedings, 192-195.
One important aspect of physics instruction is helping students develop better problem solving expertise. Besides enhancing the content knowledge, problems help students develop…
  
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D. Schuster, A. Undreiu, and B. Adams
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D. Schuster, A. Undreiu, and B. Adams, PERC 2007 Proceedings, 184-187.
Problem-solving is an important part of physics teaching, learning and assessment. It is widely assumed that the way that experts solve problems, and students should, is by…
  
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K. Vick, E. Redish, and P. Cooney
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This resource is a collection of introductory physics homework assignments developed as an alternative to traditional textbook exercises. These assignments were designed for use with…
  
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R. Teodorescu, C. Bennhold, and G. Feldman
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R. Teodorescu, C. Bennhold, and G. Feldman, PERC 2008 Proceedings, 203-206.
As part of an ongoing project to reform the introductory algebra-based physics courses at George Washington University, we are developing a taxonomy of introductory physics problems…
  
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S. Bonham
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S. Bonham, PERC 2008 Proceedings, 75-78.
Latent response time analysis of students on an electronic version of the Force and Motion Conceptual Evaluation (FMCE) provides information on student reading patterns and the role…
  
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Editor: B. Duch; Publisher: University of Delaware School of Education
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This website is a collection of materials related to the Problem-Based Learning instructional method (PBL). PBL is designed to challenge students to seek solutions to real world…
  
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C. Wieman; Publishers: Science Education Initiative at the University of Colorado and Carl Wieman Science Education Initiative
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This resource is a comprehensive guide to the effective use of hand-held personal response devices known as "clickers," which allow students in large lecture classes to respond…
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