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C. Sandifer, PERC 2004 Proceedings, 141-144.
This study investigated small-group discussions in an inquiry-based middle school science classroom. The purpose of the study was to determine the teacher and curriculum factors that…
  
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M. Kozhevnikov, M. Hegarty, and R. Mayer - Report
This report describes a study that investigated the relationship between mental imagery and problem solving in physics, specifically in kinematics. A distinction is made between…
  
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E. Tabachnick, P. Colesworthy, and M. Wittmann, PERC 2017 Proceedings, 384-387.
In the “speed model” of accelerated motion, the terms “speeding up” and “slowing down” are equated with positive and negative acceleration, respectively. As part of the Maine…
  
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B. Gutmann, G. Gladding, M. Lundsgaard, and T. Stelzer, PERC 2017 Proceedings, 156-159.
Mastery-style online homework is used at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in a freshmen preparatory physics course. Its implementation revealed that some content is…
  
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S. Brahmia, PERC 2017 Proceedings, 64-67.
Physics experts move fluidly between varied meanings of the negative sign associated with physical quantities. Although researching student understanding of negative numbers is…
  
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G. Zavala, S. Tejeda, P. Barniol, and R. Beichner, Phys. Rev. Phys. Educ. Res., 13 (2), 020111 (2017).
In this article, we present several modifications to the Test of Understanding Graphs in Kinematics. The most significant changes are (i) the addition and removal of items to achieve…
  
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A. Lichtenberger, C. Wagner, S. Hofer, E. Stern, and A. Vaterlaus, Phys. Rev. Phys. Educ. Res., 13 (1), 010115 (2017).
The kinematics concept test (KCT) is a multiple-choice test designed to evaluate students’ conceptual understanding of kinematics at the high school level. The test comprises 49…
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K. Mashood and V. Singh, Am. J. Phys., 80 (8), 720-723 (2012).
Rectilinear motion of a particle with constant velocity is one of the simplest situations one can envisage in mechanics. We discuss the rotational kinematics associated with this…
  
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A. Pawl, PERC 2014 Proceedings, 203-206.
Interactions are the heart of the mechanics course and forces are the fundamental representation of interactions. This suggests that beginning the introductory mechanics course with…
  
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A. Maries and C. Singh, PERC 2014 Proceedings, 171-174.
The Test of Understanding Graphs in Kinematics (TUG-K) is a multiple choice test developed by Beichner to assess students’ understanding of kinematics graphs. Many of the items on…
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