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Two Dimensional Air Drop Model  [ Computer Program ]
  
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F. Esquembre
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The Two-Dimensional Air Drop model shows a Red Cross airplane planning to drop supplies to a small island. As captain of the plane, the user must drop the package at the right moment…
Electric Field: What is Wrong? Package  [ Computer Program ]
  
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A. Cox, W. Christian, and F. Esquembre
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The EJS Electric Field: What is Wrong? Package is a collection of models for electrostatics with errors intentionally built into each model. Users can move charges around and see the…
  
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Editor: C. Manogue; Publisher: Paradigms in Physics Program
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This web page provides a list of learning activities for Junior level Electricity and Magnetism classes. Each activity includes a description and learning goals, guides for…
Modeling Applied to Problem Solving  [ Conference Proceedings ]
  
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A. Pawl, A. Barrantes, and D. Pritchard
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A. Pawl, A. Barrantes, and D. Pritchard, PERC 2009 Proceedings, 51-54.
We describe a modeling approach to help students learn expert problem solving. Models are used to present and hierarchically organize the syllabus content and apply it to problem…
  
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D. Meltzer
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D. Meltzer, PERC 2009 Proceedings, 31-34.
I discuss some observations from using interactive-engagement instructional methods in an upper-level thermal physics course over a two-year period. From the standpoint of the…
  
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N. Cabot
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The Modeling physics curriculum is readily accommodated by most teachers in favor of traditional didactic pedagogies. This is so, at least in part, because Modeling focuses on a…
  
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Publishers: Carl Wieman Science Education Initiative and Science Education Initiative at the University of Colorado
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This resource website on effective use of personal response systems or "clickers" contains many helpful links, including quality clicker question banks, articles, an instructor…
  
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S. Chasteen; Publishers: Science Education Initiative at the University of Colorado and Carl Wieman Science Education Initiative
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The page houses a suite of short videos giving an inside look at the use of clickers in the classroom and student opinions about their use. The videos are each 5-15 minutes long and…
The Physics Teacher
  
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G. Francis, J. Adams, and E. Noonan, Phys. Teach., 36 (8), 488-490 (1998).
We report the results of a longitudinal study of three nonmajor introductory classes that achieved relatively high FCI gains (g=1.5) using an inquiry-based tutorial approach.…
Physical Review Special Topics - Physics Education Research
  
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E. Brewe, L. Kramer, and G. O'Brien, Phys. Rev. ST Phys. Educ. Res., 5 (1), 013102 (2009).
Among the most surprising findings in Physics Education Research is the lack of positive results on attitudinal measures, such as Colorado Learning Attitudes about Science Survey…
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