New Faculty Workshop Reunion 2010 Documents

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New Faculty Workshop Reunion 2010 

published by the American Association of Physics Teachers
edited by Robert Hilborn
supported by the National Science Foundation

This is the presentation slides from the New Faculty Workshop held in the Fall of 2010. This workshop was a reunion of participants from earlier workshops.

Last Modified November 24, 2010

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Things I Wish I Had Known to Think About Before Agreeing to be Chair 

This presentation by Drew Baden covers some of the issues and considerations that arise in decisions to become department chair.

Free for non-commercial use.

Published November 6, 2010
Last Modified November 24, 2010

Introductory Physics from a Modern Perspective 

This presentation by Ruth Chabay and Bruce Sherwood explores the use of modern conceptual foundations in the introductory physics course.

Free for non-commercial use.

Published November 6, 2010
Last Modified November 24, 2010

Physics for the Life Sciences: What's happening at Michigan 

This presentation by Tim McKay covers recent changes underway in introductory physics courses for the life sciences.

Free for non-commercial use.

Published November 6, 2010
Last Modified November 24, 2010

Why having a theory of learning changes what I do in class on Monday 

This presentation by Joe Redish explores how recent advances in cognitive, behavioral, and neuro-sciences have changed the understanding of student learning, curriculum development, and teaching.

Free for non-commercial use.

Published November 6, 2010
Last Modified November 24, 2010

Re-envisioning Upper-Level Physics - The Paradigms in Physics Project 

This presentation by Corinne Manogue describes the structure and content of a new approach to the physics major curriculum.

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Published November 6, 2010
Last Modified November 24, 2010

Six Ideas That Shaped Physics: Past, Present, and Future 

This presentation by Tom Moore presents the current structure and future developments of an introductory physics curriculum based on 21st Century physics and active learning.

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Published November 7, 2010
Last Modified November 24, 2010