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L. Wee and W. MAK, Third Redesigning Pedagogy International Conference, 7 (2009).
This paper highlights the diverse possibilities in the rich community of educators from the Conceptual Learning of Science (CoLoS) and Open Source Physics (OSP) movement to engage,…
  
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M. Belloni, Summer Meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers, 30 (2009).
In recent years, physics education research has documented that students who are in active learning environments learn more than students in more passive learning environments. With…
  
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W. Christian, New Faculty Workshop (2009).
A description of the Open Source Physics modeling pedagogy that limits the amount of programming when designing, implementing, distributing, and using computer models. We describe…
Next Generation Open Source Physics Simulations  [ Conference Proceedings ]
  
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W. Christian, AAPT Summer Meeting 2017 (2017).
This talk describes innovative uses of the Easy Java/JavaScript Simulations (EJS) modeling and authoring tool to enable students, teachers and curriculum developers to bridge the gap…
  
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W. Christian, APS April Meeting 2017 (2017).
This presentation in the Online Communities Supporting Physics Education Session describes open source curricular material for students and teachers who have different skills and…
  
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W. Christian, GIREP 2016 (2016).
This presentation describes open source curricular material for students and teachers who have different skills and varying levels of preparation. Learning how to run the “software…
Making Quantum Mechanics Visual and Interactive  [ Conference Proceedings ]
  
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W. Christian, Multimedia in Physics Teaching and Learning (2015).
This presentation describes class-tested curricular material that use interactive Open Source Physics (OSP) based curricular material in support the teaching of quantum mechanics.…
  
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D. Brown and W. Christian
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D. Brown and W. Christian, Edulab@AST Workshop (2015).
Material from a 4-day hands-on Edulab@AST workshop that introduced teachers to the Tracker video analysis and modeling tool and the Easy Java/JavaScript Simulations (EjsS) authoring…
  
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The Falcon 9 booster attempts to land on a barge after launching a rocket. Here is a Tracker video analysis experiment archive of a failed attempt. Load this file into Tracker to…
  
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M. Belloni, W. Christian, and K. Thompson, Summer Meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers, 19 (2014).
With the rise of tablets, such as the iPad, the past few years have seen an increase in the demand for quality electronic textbooks. Unfortunately most of the current offerings do…
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