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Physical Review Physics Education Research
  
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B. Wilcox and H. Lewandowski; Publisher: American Physical Society, Phys. Rev. Phys. Educ. Res., 13 (1), 010108 (2017).
Physics laboratory courses have been generally acknowledged as an important component of the undergraduate curriculum, particularly with respect to developing students’ interest in,…
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B. Wilcox and H. Lewandowski, Phys. Rev. Phys. Educ. Res., 13 (2), 020110 (2017).
The physics community explores and explains the physical world through a blend of theoretical and experimental studies. The future of physics as a discipline depends on training of…
  
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J. Stanley, D. Dounas-Frazer, L. Kiepura, and H. Lewandowski
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J. Stanley, D. Dounas-Frazer, L. Kiepura, and H. Lewandowski, PERC 2016 Proceedings, 336-339.
The development of students' sense of ownership of their work is recognized by many lab instructors to be an important outcome of lab courses. However, the way ownership manifests,…
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C. Walsh, K. Quinn, C. Wieman, and N. Holmes, Phys. Rev. Phys. Educ. Res., 15 (1), 010135 (2019).
Introductory physics lab instruction is undergoing a transformation, with increasing emphasis on developing experimentation and critical thinking skills. These changes present a need…
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D. Hu, B. Zwickl, B. Wilcox, and H. Lewandowski, Phys. Rev. Phys. Educ. Res., 13 (11), 020134 (2017).
This study examines students’ reasoning surrounding seemingly contradictory Likert-scale responses within five items in the Colorado Learning Attitudes About Science Survey for…
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B. Wilcox and H. Lewandowski, Am. J. Phys., 86 (3), 212-219 (2018).
Within the undergraduate physics curriculum, students' primary exposure to experimental physics comes from laboratory courses. Thus, as experimentation is a core component of physics…
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B. Wilcox and H. Lewandowski, Phys. Rev. Phys. Educ. Res., 13 (09), 023101 (2017).
Laboratory courses represent a unique and potentially important component of the undergraduate physics curriculum, which can be designed to allow students to authentically engage…
  
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N. Juma, E. Gire, K. Corwin, B. Washburn, and N. Rebello
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N. Juma, E. Gire, K. Corwin, B. Washburn, and N. Rebello, PERC 2010 Proceedings, 181-184.
During spring 2010 six students enrolled in an advanced electronics lab worked in pairs on ill-structured capstone projects. They designed electronic circuitry to automate…
  
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This book describes the ethical foundations of scientific practices and some of the personal and professional issues that researchers encounter in their work. It applies to all forms…
Improving Students' Understanding of Lock-In Amplifiers  [ Conference Proceedings ]
  
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S. DeVore, A. Gauthier, J. Levy, and C. Singh, PERC 2013 Proceedings, 121-124.
A lock-in amplifier is a versatile instrument frequently used in physics research. However, many students struggle with the basic operating principles of a lock-in amplifier which…
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