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Physical Review Special Topics - Physics Education Research
  
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R. Goertzen, R. Scherr, and A. Elby, Phys. Rev. ST Phys. Educ. Res., 6 (1), 010105 (2010).
As part of a long-term program to develop effective, research-based professional development programs for physics graduate student teaching assistants (TAs), we first identify their…
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R. Goertzen, R. Scherr, and A. Elby, Phys. Rev. ST Phys. Educ. Res., 6 (2), 020125 (2010).
Effective physics instruction benefits from respecting the physics ideas that introductory students bring into the classroom. We argue that it is similarly beneficial to respect the…
  
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Each year, the American Association of Physics Teachers (AAPT) solicits nominations for the Outstanding Teaching Assistant Awards. Any college or university department chair may…
Physics Education
  
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A. Ambrosis, P. Mascheretti, and L. Borghi, Phys. Educ., 38 (1), 41-46 (2003).
The research reported here focuses on links between teachers' comprehension of the underlying physics and their development of educational strategies for classroom work during…
Physics Education
  
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E. Jenkins, Phys. Educ., 35 (4), 245-250 (2000).
Research in physics education can be useful in various ways but should not be the only source of help for teachers. Any answer to the question in the title depends upon what the…
  
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J. Lemke
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This book primarily focuses on communication in the science classroom. The author dissects conversations between science teachers and students, discussing how the slight misuse of…
American Journal of Physics
  
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E. Jossem, Am. J. Phys., 68 (6), 502-512 (2000).
This Resource Letter provides an introduction to resources for the preparation of graduate students regarding their teaching responsibilities. The resources are organized for those…
  
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K. Harper and S. Doty
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This short guide targets teaching assistants of introductory physics courses.
Getting Started in PER  [ Edited Book ]
  
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Editors: C. Henderson and K. Harper; Publisher: American Association of Physics Teachers
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Physics Education Research (PER) is a rapidly growing field. Some researchers entering the field are interested in pursuing a graduate degree in PER. Others are physicists who…
  
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R. Beichner; Editors: C. Henderson and K. Harper; Publisher: American Association of Physics Teachers, Rev. PER, 2 (1) (2009).
This article aims to introduce the reader to the field of Physics Education Research (PER). Topics include the difference between Physics Education Research and Physics…
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