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edited by Edward F. Redish and Patrick Cooney
This online volume contains articles outlining introductory physics curricula based on the results of physics education research. Written by leading curriculum developers and researchers, these articles provide background information about the curricula, practical advice on how classroom methods may be adopted, and impact on student learning. The goal is to continue to expand this online volume by adding more examples each year.
Series Name: Reviews in PER
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Research-Based Reform of University Physics:
Contains Investigative Science Learning Environment - A Science Process Approach to Learning Physics
Contains Matter & Interactions
Contains The Student-Centered Activities for Large Enrollment Undergraduate Programs (SCALE-UP) Project
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