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Reviews in PER Volume 1: Research-Based Reform of University Physics

E. F. Redish and P. J. Cooney, editors

Over the past two decades, the PER community has not only learned a great deal about how students learn and do not learn in the calculus-based (university) physics class, it has developed a number of effective instructional environments. (See references at the bottom of this page.) In this volume of invited review articles, the developers of some of these curricula present an overview of their work.

The authors of each article about a learning environment were asked to answer the following questions.

These invited articles have been carefully peer reviewed by at least two senior reviewers. If you would like to submit a comment on one of these articles, please email Edward Redish or Pat Cooney. It will be peer reviewed and, if accepted, will be published as an addendum to the articles in each issue.

Research-Based Reform of University Physics

Issue 1 (March 2007)


Recommended Citation Formats

Reviews in PER Volume 1: Research-Based Reform of University Physics articles may be cited as:

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