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A. Sfard
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A. Sfard, PERC 2009 Proceedings, 55-58.
In this paper I address the question of how to talk about learning so as to be able to cope with at least some of the longstanding quandaries and to arrive at new insights. After a…
  
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Jonathan Shewchuk gives his opinions on how to give an academic talk using presentation software. While the original article is for computer science or mathematics students, they are…
Notices of the American Mathematical Society
  
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P. Halmos, Notices Amer. Math. Soc., 21 (1974), 155-158.
This essay by the late mathematician and expositor Paul Halmos gives advice to young mathematicians on how to give public lectures, specifically at large colloquiums or invited…
L'Enseignement Mathématique
  
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P. Halmos, L'Enseignement Mathématique, 16 (1), 123-152.
This essay by the late mathematician and expositor Paul Halmos provides a set of heuristics on writing Mathematics. The essay is equally applicable to writing Physics.
Physical Review Special Topics - Physics Education Research
  
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T. Smith and M. Wittmann, Phys. Rev. ST Phys. Educ. Res., 4 (2), 020101 (2008).
We suggest one redefinition of common clusters of questions used to analyze student responses on the Force and Motion Conceptual Evaluation. Our goal is to propose a methodology that…
Physical Review Special Topics - Physics Education Research
  
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D. Brookes and E. Etkina, Phys. Rev. ST Phys. Educ. Res., 5 (1), 010110 (2009).
We introduce a linguistic framework through which one can interpret systematically students’ understanding of and reasoning about force and motion. Some researchers have suggested…
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T. Bing and E. Redish, Phys. Rev. ST Phys. Educ. Res., 5 (2), 020108 (2009).
Developing expertise in physics entails learning to use mathematics effectively and efficiently as applied to the context of physical situations. Doing so involves coordinating a…
Concerning Scientific Discourse about Heat  [ Conference Proceedings ]
  
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D. Brookes, G. Horton, A. Heuvelen, and E. Etkina
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D. Brookes, G. Horton, A. Heuvelen, and E. Etkina, PERC 2004 Proceedings, 149-152.
We aim to examine communication in physics from a linguistic perspective and suggest a theoretical viewpoint that may enable us to explain and understand many physics students'…
Are Students’ Responses and Behaviors Consistent?  [ Conference Proceedings ]
  
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U. Wutchana, N. Emarat, and E. Etkina
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U. Wutchana, N. Emarat, and E. Etkina, PERC 2009 Proceedings, 305-308.
In our project we attempted to determine if students whose beliefs about physics are more expert-like and less expert-like, as judged by the CLASS survey, are different in terms of…
  
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V. Sawtelle, E. Brewe, and L. Kramer
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V. Sawtelle, E. Brewe, and L. Kramer, PERC 2009 Proceedings, 261-264.
Proximal goal setting has been strongly linked to self-efficacy and often occurs in successful problem solving. A qualitative study, using both observations and interviews,…
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