John R. Thompson and
Bradley S. Ambrose
At the 2005 Foundations and Frontiers of Physics Education Research (FFPER) conference, a subgroup of conferees met to generate a list of recommended articles in PER.
The desired outcome was a concise list addressing the fundamental interests and issues of PER as articulated in works by the PER community. The canon is intended as a resource for new graduate students, faculty members entering the field, and physics educators who wish to familiarize themselves with seminal and exemplary research and curriculum development in PER.
Thompson, John, and Bradley S. Ambrose. "A Literary Canon in Physics Education Research." In APS FEd Newsletter. 2005. http://www.aps.org/units/fed/newsletters/fall2005/canon.html (accessed 18 January 2017).
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