John Stewart, Mayo Miller, Christine Audo (PhysTEC graduate), and Gay Stewart, “Using Cluster Analysis to Identify Patterns in Students’ Responses to Contextually Different Conceptual Problems”, submitted, Physical Review Special Topics: Phys. Educ. Res.
Using time-on-task measurements to understand student performance in a physics class: A four-year study ”; John Stewart, Gay Stewart, and Jennifer Taylor; Physical Review Special Topics: PER, 8 (010114), (2012).
J. Stewart and G. Stewart “Correcting the Normalized Gain for Student Guessing”, Physics Teacher, 48:194-196, March (2010).
John Stewart and Shawn Ballard, “Effect of Written Presentation on Performance in Introductory Physics”, Physical Review Special Topics: Phys. Educ. Res. 6, 020120 (2010).
Patricia Heller and Gay Stewart, Physics Standards for College Success: A Look to the Future, Retrieved September 6, 2010 from the ComPADRE OSP Collection Web site: http://www.compadre.org/osp/items/detail.cfm?ID=10310, (2010).
"Context sensitivity of the Force Concept Inventory", John C. Stewart, Heather Griffin and Gay B. Stewart, Physical Review Special Topics: PER, 3 (1), (2007).
“Learning Assistants At The University Of Arkansas,” APS Forum on Education Newsletter, PTEC Newsletter (2006).
“Recruiting New Teachers At The University Of Arkansas,” APS Forum on Education Newsletter, PTEC Newsletter (2006).
“Changing to a student-centered learning environment”, Project Kaleidoscope, Volume IV: What works, what matters, what lasts, http://www.pkal.org/template2.cfm?c_id=1419 (2006).
“Practicing What We Preach,” APS Forum on Education Newsletter, Summer Edition (2004).
"Enhancing the Student-Instructor Interaction Frequency," The Physics Teacher, Vol 40, pp. 535-541, D.W. Bullock, V.P. LaBella, T. Clingan, Z. Ding, G. Stewart and P.M. Thibado (2002).
Talks (not all contributed talks included)
Invited talk: Better prepared future teachers = better physics department!, March 2006 APS meeting, Baltimore.
Workshop: Undergraduate Learning Assistants: A Powerful Way to Improve Student Learning and Recruit Future Teachers, Gay Stewart (University of Arkansas at Fayetteville), Valerie Otero (University of Colorado at Boulder), and Stamatis Vokos (Seattle Pacific University).
CoAuthor on Quantitative Observations of the Use of Language in an Introductory Science Class to Better Understand Student Learning-Honors funded undergraduate research project, 2005 April APS meeting, Tampa, FL
More and Better Prepared K-12 Science Teachers; How Do We Know? 2005 April APS meeting, Tampa, FL
Combining Programs to Benefit Current and Future K-12 Science Teachers, 2005 April APS meeting, Tampa, FL
Invited talk: Intro Courses that Entice Majors and Improve Student Performance, April 2004 APS meeting, Denver
Beller, C. (2004) (with Marcia Fetters of WMU) When is Problem Solving Inquiry and When is Inquiry Problem Solving? Presentation at the Association for Education of Teachers in Science.
Beller, C. (2004) (with Marcia Fetters of WMU) When is Problem Solving Inquiry and When is Inquiry Problem Solving? Presentation at NARST.
Beller, C. (2004) (with Paul Hickman)? Presentation at NSTA.
Invited talk: The Physics Teacher Education Coalition: a novel program for the preparation of K-12 science teachers, 2003 April APS meeting, Philadelphia.
Beller, C. (2003) When is Problem Solving Inquiry and When is Inquiry Problem Solving? Presentation at the Association for Education of Teachers in Science.
Evaluating Student Conceptual Gains: Our Experience in the PhysTEC Project, 2002 Summer AAPT meeting
Invited talk: "Shaping the Future": Preparing K-12 Science Teachers at the University of Arkansas, 2002 April APS meeting
Led discussion group on Teacher Preparation at Forum on Education discussion session, 2002 April APS meeting
Invited talk: Preparing K-12 Science Teachers at the University of Arkansas. 2001 AAPT summer meeting, Rochester, NY
Colloquium: An Overview of Physics Education Research, including Precision Education, at the University of Arkansas, USMA at West Point, April 2001
Invited talk: Preparing K-12 Science Teachers at the University of Arkansas, 2001 April APS meeting
Invited talk: Introductory Physics for Engineers, Chemists and High School Physics Teachers, 2001 March APS meeting