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Journal of Physics Teaching Online
written by Carl Wenning
The pedagogical practice of whiteboarding is becoming more prevalent across the United States, especially with the Modeling Method of Instruction created by Wells, Hestenes, and Swackhamer, and promoted through the efforts of Arizona State University. The Modeling Method, which has at its heart the use of whiteboarding and Socratic dialogues, has twice been identified by the US Department of Education as an exemplary approach to teaching. With the increasing use of whiteboarding, the author provides here a series of questions and answers about this important constructivist approach.
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Education - Applied Research
- Active Learning
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- Classroom Management
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© 2005 Illinois State University Physics Dept.
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C. Wenning, J. Phys. Teach. Online 3 (1), (2005), WWW Document, (http://www.physics.illinoisstate.edu/undergrad/education/publications/whiteboard_dialogues.pdf).
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C. Wenning, Whiteboarding & Socratic dialogues: Questions & answers, J. Phys. Teach. Online 3 (1), (2005), <http://www.physics.illinoisstate.edu/undergrad/education/publications/whiteboard_dialogues.pdf>.
APA Format
Wenning, C. (2005). Whiteboarding & Socratic dialogues: Questions & answers. J. Phys. Teach. Online, 3(1). Retrieved December 11, 2017, from http://www.physics.illinoisstate.edu/undergrad/education/publications/whiteboard_dialogues.pdf
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Wenning, Carl. "Whiteboarding & Socratic dialogues: Questions & answers." J. Phys. Teach. Online. 3, no. 1, (2005), http://www.physics.illinoisstate.edu/undergrad/education/publications/whiteboard_dialogues.pdf (accessed 11 December 2017).
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Wenning, Carl. "Whiteboarding & Socratic dialogues: Questions & answers." J. Phys. Teach. Online 3.1 (2005). 11 Dec. 2017 <http://www.physics.illinoisstate.edu/undergrad/education/publications/whiteboard_dialogues.pdf>.
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