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Editors: M. Vicentini and E. Sassi; Publisher: International Commission of Physics Education
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This is the second volume in a series to make available the results of Physics Education Research (PER) worldwide to those involved in physics education (PE). This volume is…
What Predicts Success in Learning Physics?  [ Conference Proceedings ]
  
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P. Sadler
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P. Sadler, 2009 PhysTEC Conference (2009).
The physics teaching community is rife with contradictory opinions about how best to teach physics, but personal experience is a poor substitute for rigorous investigation. After…
  
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E. Redish
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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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F. Stein; Publisher: American Institute of Physics
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This case study describes a successful and on-going program begun at Colorado State University (CSU) in 1994. It dramatically improved the preparation of secondary science and…
  
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V. Otero
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V. Otero, PERC 2001 Proceedings.
This paper, presented at the 2001 Physics Education Research Conference, combines results from a larger research study that focuses on both cognitive and social aspects of learning…
  
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National Academies Press
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This web page offers a translation and clarification of three often misused or misunderstood technical terms used by educators and scientists. These routinely used words or jargon…
Problem Solving and the Use of Math in Physics Courses  [ Conference Proceedings ]
  
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E. Redish
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E. Redish, World View on Physics Education in 2005, 1-10 (2005).
This lecture presented at the "World View in Physics Education 2005" conference identifies differences between what physics instructors expect to be gained from usage of physics…
International Journal of Science Education
  
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J. Parker and D. Heywood, Int. J. Sci. Educ., 22 (1), 89-111 (2000).
This study explores the tension between subject knowledge and pedagogic content knowledge in primary teacher education. It documents students and in-service teachers learning about…
  
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V. Otero
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V. Otero, PERC 2002 Proceedings.
This paper combines results from a larger research study that focuses on both cognitive and social aspects of learning. The theoretical perspective used is distributed cognition, in…
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C. Henderson, K. Heller, P. Heller, V. Kuo, and E. Yerushalmi
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C. Henderson, K. Heller, P. Heller, V. Kuo, and E. Yerushalmi, PERC 2002 Proceedings.
Based on an analysis of structured interviews with 6 research university physics faculty members, this paper presents our initial hypothesis of instructors' beliefs about how their…