Edward F. Redish
the John Wiley & Sons Inc.
This book provides a brief introduction to the implications of Physics Education Research for physics instruction and can be used as a handbook for improving physics teaching. The author reviews the cognitive basis for the current instructional consensus in PER and discusses a dozen popular active-engagement teaching methods and many various methods and tools to improve physics instruction. The CD included with the book includes conceptual tests covering most introductory physics topics.
An online free pre-publication version of these materials is available through the mirror link below.
Redish, E. (2003). Teaching Physics with the Physics Suite (pp. 220). Somerset: John Wiley & Sons Inc.. Retrieved January 31, 2015, from http://www.wiley.com/WileyCDA/WileyTitle/productCd-EHEP001705.html
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