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Physical Review Physics Education Research
  
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A. Kohnle and G. Passante, Phys. Rev. Phys. Educ. Res., 13 (2), 13 (2017).
Analyzing, constructing, and translating between graphical, pictorial, and mathematical representations of physics ideas and reasoning flexibly through them (“representational…
  
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This collection of materials supports open-inquiry physical science experiments in intermediate and advanced Bachelor's level lab courses. Flipped-lab methods are enabled by training…
Tracker Video Analysis and Modeling JS (Beta)  [ Computer Program ]
  
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The JavaScript implementation of the Tracker Video Analysis and Modeling Tool is now available for beta testing. This online program runs within a web browser that supports HTML5 +…
American Journal of Physics
  
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A. Kohnle, C. Baily, A. Campbell, N. Korolkova, and M. Paetkau, Am. J. Phys., 83 (6), 560-566 (2015).
The QuVis Quantum Mechanics Visualization project aims to address challenges of quantum mechanics instruction through the development of interactive simulations for the learning and…
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Q. Ryan, E. Frodermann, K. Heller, L. Hsu, and A. Mason, Phys. Rev. Phys. Educ. Res., 12 (1), 010105 (2016).
The combination of modern computing power, the interactivity of web applications, and the flexibility of object-oriented programming may finally be sufficient to create computer…
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C. Wieman, K. Perkins, and W. Adams, Am. J. Phys., 76 (4&5), 393-399.
We give an overview of the Physics Educational Technology (PhET) project to research and develop web-based interactive simulations for teaching and learning physics. The design…
The Physics Teacher
  
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M. Dubson, K. Perkins, W. Adams, N. Finkelstein, S. Reid, C. Wieman, and R. LeMaster, Phys. Teach., 44 (1), 18-23 (2005).
The Physics Education Technology (PhET) project creates useful simulations for teaching and learning physics and makes them freely available from the PhET website…
  
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Here I present my work on developing and evaluating research-based learning tools for quantum mechanics. In particular, I will discuss the development and evaluation of two Quantum…
Physics Education
  
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W. Christian, M. Belloni, D. Sokolowska, A. Cox, and M. Dancy, Phys. Educ., 55 (4) (2020).
Over the past 25 years, the Davidson College Physics Department has developed small computer programs called Physlets. These programs were written in Java and distributed as Java…
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Z. Chen, N. Dimirci, Y. Choi, and D. Pritchard, Phys. Rev. Phys. Educ. Res., 13 (1), 010110 (2017).
Previous research on problem diagrams suggested that including a supportive diagram, one that does not provide necessary problem solving information, may bring little, or even…
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