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Physical Review Physics Education Research
  
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M. Wilcox, Y. Yang, and J. Chini, Phys. Rev. Phys. Educ. Res., 12 (2), 020123 (2016).
Teaching assistants (TAs) that lead reformed recitations and labs must understand and buy into the design of the course and the research-based instructional strategies that the…
Physical Review Physics Education Research
  
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L. Ding and P. Zhang, Phys. Rev. Phys. Educ. Res., 12 (2), 020137 (2016).
Previous literature on learners’ epistemological beliefs about physics has almost exclusively focused on analysis of university classroom instruction and its effects on students’…
  
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Calls for reform-based science instruction have highlighted inquiry as a critical component in science education (e.g. National Research Council [NRC], 1996, 2000, 2007). To date,…
  
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J. Lineback and F. Goldberg
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In this paper we account for how a 5th grade teacher changes in how she attends and responds to student thinking in terms of differences in her framing of the instructional…
  
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A. Maskiewicz and V. Winters
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In this study we build on the closely related constructs of teacher attention and responsiveness to explore how one fifth-grade teacher facilitates scientific inquiry. We illustrate…
  
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M. Good
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Student attitudes and approaches to problem solving in physics and astronomy may influence their development of expertise, as well as their engagement and perception of physics and…
  
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N. Karim
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This thesis explores impact of evidence-based active-engagement courses (EBAE) on student achievement and gender gap in introductory physics. The first study is about the pedagogical…
  
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M. Hora
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This is a working paper on the use of Teaching Dimensions Observation Protocol (TDOP) as a tool for studying teaching in post-secondary education. TDOP was created by the author's…
Journal of the Learning Sciences
  
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M. Hora and J. Ferrare; Publisher: Journal of the Learning Sciences, J. Learn. Sci., 22 (13), 212-257 (2012).
Descriptions of faculty practice that illuminate nuances of how course planning and classroom instruction occur in specific contexts are important to inform pedagogical…
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D. Hestenes, C. Megowan-Romanowicz, S. Osborn Popp, J. Jackson, and R. Culbertson, Am. J. Phys., 79 (9), 971-979 (2011).
The Modeling Instruction Program at Arizona State University has demonstrated the feasibility and effectiveness of a university-based graduate program dedicated to professional…
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