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This is the original collected international bibliography in PER (Physics Education Research) which was maintained through March 2009. Initially, its contents were primarily articles…

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**Understanding Students' Poor Performance on Mathematical Problem Solving in Physics**
J. Tumaniro and E. Redish, PERC 2003 Proceedings, 113-116.

This article helps explain why many introductory, algebra-based physics students perform poorly on mathematical problem solving tasks in physics. Many physics faculty assume that the…

This text discusses how to teach college mathematics. The presentation is informal, and delves into real world situations encountered in daily classrooms. While cognitive methods are…

L. Ding and R. Beichner, Phys. Rev. ST Phys. Educ. Res.,

**5**(2), 020103 (2009).This paper introduces five commonly used approaches to analyzing multiple-choice test data: classical test theory, factor analysis, cluster analysis, item response theory, and model…

P. Halmos, L'Enseignement Mathématique,

**16**(1), 123-152.This essay by the late mathematician and expositor Paul Halmos provides a set of heuristics on writing Mathematics. The essay is equally applicable to writing Physics.

P. Halmos, Notices Amer. Math. Soc.,

**21**(1974), 155-158.This essay by the late mathematician and expositor Paul Halmos gives advice to young mathematicians on how to give public lectures, specifically at large colloquiums or invited…