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M. Wittmann and M. Anderson, PERC 2009 Proceedings, 301-304.
As a follow-up to a study comparing learning of Newton’s Third Law when using three different forms of tutorial instruction, we have compared student learning of Newton’s Second Law…
  
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R. Rosenblatt, E. Sayre, and A. Heckler, PERC 2009 Proceedings, 245-248.
We have developed a multiple choice test designed to probe students’ conceptual understanding of the relationships among the directions of force, velocity, and acceleration. The test…
  
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A. Savinainen and J. Viiri, PERC 2003 Proceedings, 77-80.
This paper presents a method to evaluate students' representational coherence, i.e. their ability to use multiple representations and move between them in the case of Newton's first…
  
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T. Claire, T. Tippett, and A. Boudreaux, PERC 2015 Proceedings, 87-90.
An assessment question involving Newton’s 2nd law was administered in a physics course for preservice elementary teachers before and again after instruction. The posttest included a…
  
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P. Southey and S. Allie, PERC 2014 Proceedings, 243-246.
The acquisition metaphor of learning is often used by teachers of physics: Students are thought to acquire a particular concept and then transfer this concept to new contexts. For…
  
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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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D. McPadden and E. Brewe, PERC 2014 Proceedings, 183-186.
This study considers the impact of instructor on the gender gap in students’ scores on the Force Concept Inventory (FCI) in Modeling Instruction (MI) courses at Florida International…
  
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C. Singh - Online Resource
This web site contains a suite of web-based tutorials for introductory mechanics and electricity and magnetism courses. The tutorials are self-paced and can be used as a self-study…
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D. Rosengrant, A. Van Heuvelen, and E. Etkina, Phys. Rev. ST Phys. Educ. Res., 5 (1), 010108 (2009).
Physics education literature recommends using multiple representations to help students understand concepts and solve problems. However, there is little research concerning why…
  
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D. White and A. Heckler, PERC 2013 Proceedings, 361-364.
We examined the effects of simple training tasks on student responses to questions about the relationship between the directions of net force, velocity, and acceleration. Six…
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