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E. Mazur; Publisher: Prentice Hall
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An instructor's resource book, developed with funds from the National Science Foundation and the Pew Charitable Trust, that presents an entirely new approach to teaching introductory…
  
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K. Koenig and R. Endorf
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K. Koenig and R. Endorf, PERC 2003 Proceedings, 161-164.
Many students are not prepared for college physics and therefore perform poorly. This becomes a problem when students must pass physics as part of course requirements for their…
  
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R. Goertzen
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Although TAs are responsible for a significant portion of students' instruction at many universities, science TAs and their teaching have not been the focus of a significant amount…
  
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A. Lee
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Many educators understand that lectures are cost effective but not learning efficient, so continue to search for ways to increase active student participation in this traditionally…
The Physics Teacher
  
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E. Etkina, A. Warren, and M. Gentile, Phys. Teach., 44 (1), 34-39 (2006).
The word modeling is becoming more and more common in physics, chemistry, and general science instruction. In physics, students learn models of the solar system, light, and atom. In…
  
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A. Arons
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The book is a comprehensive exploration of pedagogical issues in student learning of physics. This book contains three parts. The first part, "A guide to teaching for learning and…
  
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E. Redish
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This article contains a discussion of the Peer Instruction method, the use of remote answering device, and an annotated collection of problems in PDF format that can easily be…
  
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R. Knight
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This book discusses the value of interactive forms of physics education and gives examples of lessons, activities and demonstrations for the physics classroom. It is an excellent…
  
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J. Mader and M. Winn
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This article provides the rationale, goals, and background for the Learning Cycles method of science teaching. The article outlines the steps of the Learning Cycle and explains them,…
  
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C. Wieman
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C. Wieman, 2007 PhysTEC Conference (2007).
This presentation shows the failures of traditional educational practices, even as used by "very good" teachers, and the successes of some new practices and technology that…
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