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A. Elby, Rev. PER, 2 (2) (2010).
In this chapter, I introduce the notion of student epistemologies and expectations, their views about what counts as knowledge and learning in a given physics class and in physics…
  
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E. Redish
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E. Redish, 2007 PhysTEC Conference (2007).
Learning how to teach is a skill typically learned by doing. For more than 30 years, I struggled, through trial and error, to improve the help I gave my students. After switching my…
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L. Hsu, E. Brewe, T. Foster, and K. Harper, Am. J. Phys., 72 (9), 1147-1156 (2004).
This Resource Letter provides a guide to the literature on research in problem solving, especially in physics. The references were compiled with two audiences in mind: physicists who…
  
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E. Seung
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This study investigated how graduate physics teaching assistants (TAs) develop professional knowledge for teaching the undergraduate introductory physics curriculum, Matter and…
  
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C. Wieman; Publishers: Science Education Initiative at the University of Colorado and Carl Wieman Science Education Initiative
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This resource is a comprehensive guide to the effective use of hand-held personal response devices known as "clickers," which allow students in large lecture classes to respond…