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There are several areas of interest that can be used to characterize the work of physics education researchers. These areas include conceptual learning/conceptual difficulties, problem solving skills, epistemological issues, individual and social issues (including teaming, learning styles, gender, race and ethnicity) and the role of context in learning. This conference will focus on research that explicitly crosses over the "boundaries" of two or more of these areas. An example is the role of conceptual understanding in successful quantitative problem solving. Another example is the importance of epistemological considerations in teaching for conceptual understanding.
2001 Physics Education Research Conference
Rochester, New York: July 25-26, 2001
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Published: July 26, 2001
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2001 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings:
Contains An Investigation on the Impact of Implementing Visual Quantum Mechanics on Student Learning and Student Instructor Beliefs
Contains Investigative Science Learning Environment: Using the processes of science and cognitive strategies to learn physics
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