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G. Aubrecht II and C. Raduta, PERC 2004 Proceedings, 85-88.
We administered a survey on electricity and magnetism to two populations of undergraduate students: one from Ohio State University, the other from Bucharest University (Romania), The…
  
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R. Allain and R. Beichner, PERC 2004 Proceedings, 69-72.
This project aims to investigate a possible underlying cause of student difficulties relating change in electric potential to electric fields. A likely source of difficulties is the…
  
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C. Singh, PERC 2004 Proceedings, 65-68.
Helping students learn why Gauss's law can or cannot be easily applied to determine the strength of the electric field at various points for a particular charge distribution, and…
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T. Stelzer, G. Gladding, J. Mestre, and D. Brookes, Am. J. Phys., 77 (2), 184-190 (2009).
We compared the efficacy of multimedia learning modules with traditional textbooks for the first few topics of a calculus-based introductory electricity and magnetism course.…
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C. Singh, Am. J. Phys., 74 (10), 923-936 (2006).
We investigate the difficulties that students in calculus-based introductory physics courses have with the concepts of symmetry, electric field, and electric flux which are important…
  
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A. Traxler, K. Black, and J. Thompson, PERC 2006 Proceedings, 173-176.
To study introductory student difficulties with electrostatics, we compared student techniques when finding the electric field for spherically symmetric and non-spherically symmetric…
  
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D. Meltzer, PERC 2006 Proceedings, 177-180.
Students' reasoning regarding the relationships among electric fields, forces, and equipotential line patterns was explored using pre- and post-test responses to selected…
  
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Z. Isvan and C. Singh, PERC 2006 Proceedings, 181-184.
We discuss the development and evaluation of five research-based tutorials on Coulomb's law, superposition, symmetry and Gauss's Law to help students in the calculus-based…
  
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S. Kanim, PERC 2001 Proceedings.
Traditional quantitative problems of the type commonly found at the end of chapters in physics textbooks are assigned to students in most introductory physics courses. Many students…
  
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R. Warnakulasooriya and L. Bao, PERC 2001 Proceedings.
The authors of this research study investigate the context dependency of students’ learning and how context issues affect students’ understanding. They argue that the development of…
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