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The primary goal of the Kinematics Graphing Project is to investigate the ability of students to interpret kinematics graphs and to generate a set of suggestions for faculty teaching the subject. Evaluation instruments are used to uncover the common misconceptions of students.
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Graphing, Graphs, Kinematics, circuits
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Topic: Kinematics: The Physics of Motion
Unit Title: Vectors

The primary goal of the Kinematics Graphing Project is to investigate the ability of students to interpret kinematics graphs and to generate a set of suggestions for faculty teaching the subject.

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Beichner, R. (2003). Kinematics Graph Interpretation Project. Retrieved October 24, 2014, from http://www.ncsu.edu/ncsu/pams/physics/Physics_Ed/TUGK.html
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Kinematics Graph Interpretation Project:

Covers the Same Topic As PhET Simulation: The Moving Man

The Moving Man is a simulation that allows students to explore kinematics and graphs.

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