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Seeing the science in children’s thinking  [ Conference Proceedings ]
  
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D. Hammer
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D. Hammer, 2010 Physics Teacher Education Coalition Conference (2010).
This work is motivated by two well-established findings. First, by the time children reach elementary school, they've grown rich in intellectual resources for learning science.…
American Journal of Physics
  
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D. Dykstra and D. Sweet, Am. J. Phys., 77 (5), 468-476 (2009).
Methods of physics education research were applied to find what kinds of changes in 4th, 6th, and 8th grade student understanding of motion can occur and at what age. Such findings…
Implication of Cognitive Research to Teaching  [ Conference Proceedings ]
  
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C. Singh, 2009 PhysTEC Conference (2009).
In the past few decades, cognitive reseach has made significant progress in understanding how people learn. The understanding of cognition that has emerged from this research can be…
  
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D. Hammer and E. van Zee; Publisher: Heinemann
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Observing and listening to children while they inquire into the physical sciences is difficult. There’s lots to see and hear, but unless you know what to look and listen for, you…
  
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E. Redish, 2007 PhysTEC Conference (2007).
Learning how to teach is a skill typically learned by doing. For more than 30 years, I struggled, through trial and error, to improve the help I gave my students. After switching my…
  
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Publisher: Columbia University Press
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This book is a translation of one of the principle works of the famous educational psychologist Jean Piaget. Beginning with the ancient Greeks, through the times of Newton and…
  
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Publisher: Routledge
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This book discusses the underpinnings of and methods of intervention in cognitive development of children. The book also covers implications of these methods, teacher education, and…
  
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S. Tobias; Publisher: Research Corporation
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This book explores why so few efforts at reforming science education are successful, and why it is that the 300 studies on the subject published over the past decade have done little…
  
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T. O'Kuma, D. Maloney, and C. Hieggelke; Publisher: Addison-Wesley
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This is a resource book for physics educators containing approximately 200 Ranking Task Exercises (conceptual exercises that ask students to make comparative judgments about a set of…
Physics Education
  
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J. Mestre, Phys. Educ., 36 (1), 44-51 (2001).
Provides a brief overview of cognitive research findings from the last 25 years pertinent to the teaching and learning of physics. Discusses the implications of this research both…
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