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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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S. Murphy, D. McBride, J. Gross, and D. Zollman, PERC 2009 Proceedings, 213-216.
Resonant phenomena play a crucial role in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), a widely used medical tool in today's society. The basic features of the resonance in MRI can be taught by…
  
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T. Scaife and A. Heckler, PERC 2007 Proceedings, 180-183.
We examine student understanding of the magnetic force exerted on a charged particle and report three findings from a series of tests administered to introductory physics students.…
  
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S. Pollock, S. Chasteen, E. Kinney, M. Dubson, and R. Pepper; Publisher: Science Education Initiative at the University of Colorado - Online Resource
This web site contains the research-based curricular materials on junior-level Electricity and Magnetism developed by the University of Colorado Science Education Initiative group.…
  
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J. Bryant, R. Dawod, S. Fischer, and M. Kustusch, PERC 2015 Proceedings, 71-74.
Throughout introductory physics, students create and interpret free body diagrams in which multiple forces act on an object, typically at a single location (the object’s center of…
  
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S. Pollock and S. Chasteen - Online Resource
The Colorado Upper Division Electrostatics (CUE) Asssessment is designed to test student understanding of core learning goals in junior-level E&M. It consists of a 17-item open-ended…
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M. Kesonen, M. Asikainen, and P. Hirvonen, Eur. J. Phys., 32 (2), 521 (2011).
This study focuses on students' conceptions of electric and magnetic fields at university level and of the interrelations between them. A total of 33 students participated in a paper…
  
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C. Baily, S. Pollock, M. Dubson, and N. Finkelstein - Online Resource
This web site contains a complete suite of resources suitable for the second semester of an undergraduate electricity and magnetism class. The materials developed include a suite of…
  
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Introductory college physics students have various preconceptions about the concepts of introductory electricity and magnetism. Using pretests, quizzes, and semi-clinical oral…
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T. Scaife and A. Heckler, Phys. Rev. ST Phys. Educ. Res., 7 (1), 010104 (2011).
We investigate student confusion of concepts of electric and magnetic force. At various times during a traditional university-level course, we administered a series of simple…
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