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The Physics Teacher
  
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M. Belloni, W. Christian, and D. Brown, Phys. Teach., 51 (3), 149-151 (2013).
The paper Teaching Astronomy Using Tracker describes two new video analysis experiments for the teaching of astronomy made possible by Tracker, a free, open-source video analysis…
  
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L. Wee, 18th Multimedia in Physics Teaching and Learning Conference, MPTL18, , 8 (2013).
A paper presented at the 18th Multimedia in Physics Teaching and Learning Conference that describes astronomical computer models based on physical data and supported with…
Getting Started with Tracker Tutorial  [ Computer Program ]
  
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The Getting Started with Tracker tutorial was recorded by Doug Brown, the creator Tracker, to lead users through the process of analyze the motion of a simple video clip. This video…
Autotracking with Tracker Tutorial  [ Computer Program ]
  
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The Autotracking with Tracker Tutorial was recorded by Doug Brown, the creator Tracker, to lead users through the process of autotracking an object in a video clip. Autotracking…
  
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The Saving and Sharing Tracker Experiments Tutorial was recorded by Doug Brown, the creator Tracker, to lead users through the process of exporting a Tracker zip file (TRZ) and…
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L. Wee, Phys. Educ., 50 (4), 436 - 442 (2015).
Open Access. This paper reports the use of Tracker as a computer-based learning tool to support effective learning and teaching of 'toss up' and free fall motion for beginning…
  
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L. Wee and T. Leong, GIREP-MPTL 2014 (2014).
We will share on the use of Tracker as a pedagogical tool in the effective learning and teaching of physics performance tasks taking root in some Singapore Grade 9 (Secondary 3)…
  
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F. Esquembre, 2013 Winter AAPT (2013).
This talk describes recent additions to Easy Java Simulations (EJS). EJS is a modeling and authoring tool that helps teachers and students create interactive simulations of physics…
Modeling a Hot Wheels Loop  [ Computer Program ]
  
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In this activity a Tracker model is compared with a toy truck attempting to drive up and around a Hot Wheels vertical loop track. Three different videos show the truck entering the…
Physical Review Special Topics - Physics Education Research
  
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G. Martínez, F. Naranjo, Á. Pérez, M. Suero, and P. Pardo, Phys. Rev. ST Phys. Educ. Res., 7 (2), 020111 (2011).
This study compared the educational effects of computer simulations developed in a hyper-realistic virtual environment with the educational effects of either traditional schematic…
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