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L. Wee
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L. Wee, 26th International Conference on Multimedia in Physics Teaching and Learning (MPTL'26) (2023).
We discuss the integration of Easy JavaScript Simulation (EJSS) Data Analytics into the Singapore Learning Management System - Student Learning Space (SLS). The implementation of…
  
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A. Cox, AAPT 2021 Summer Meeting (2021).
Anne Cox, a longtime OSP collaborator and ComPADRE contributor presented a plenary talk titled "Mission Possible" at the 2021 Summer Meeting of the American Association of Physics…
Science
  
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W. Christian, F. Esquembre, and L. Barbato, Science, 334 (6059) (2011).
Science essay describing the work of the Open Source Physics Project published in conjunction with the AAAS awarding the OSP Project a Science Prize for Online Resources in Education…
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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W. Christian, D. Brown, and F. Esquembre
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This paper outlines the pedagogical and technical features of the Open Source Physics (OSP) project and how we use OSP-based tools and resources to introduce modeling into the…
  
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W. Christian
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A Davidson College Center for Teaching and Learning podcast that describes the interactive pedagogy that motivated the development of the ComPADRE Open Source Physics Collection.…
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L. Wee, Phys. Educ., 47 (3 ), 301-308 (2012).
We develop an Easy Java Simulation (EJS) model for students to experience the physics of idealized one-dimensional collision carts. The physics model is described and simulated by…
PhysPort 
  
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S. McKagan; Publisher: American Association of Physics Teachers
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PhysPort supports physics faculty in implementing research-based teaching practices in their classrooms, by providing expert recommendations about teaching methods, assessment, and…
Physics Education
  
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L. Wee, C. Chew, G. Goh, S. Tan, and T. Lee, Phys. Educ., 47 (4), 9 (2012).
This article reports on the use of Tracker as a pedagogical tool in the effective learning and teaching of projectile motion in physics. When a computer model building learning…
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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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