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G. Mackessy, P. Irving, M. Caballero, and L. Doughty, PERC 2021 Proceedings, 245-250.
With the integration of computation into physics courses becoming more prevalent to adequately prepare our graduates for the workforce, there is a need for instructional and…
  
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W. Lane and C. Headley, PERC 2021 Proceedings, 215-220.
Attending to students' motivation to adopt computation as a physics practice is essential in effectively integrating computation into physics education. Within the Communities of…
  
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A. Gavrin, G. Vemuri, and D. Maric, PERC 2021 Proceedings, 141-146.
We report our preliminary efforts to evaluate a departmental project: the inclusion of computational methods across our undergraduate curriculum. Our overarching goal is for students…
  
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C. Fracchiolla and M. Meehan, PERC 2021 Proceedings, 129-134.
Nowadays computation is considered to be one of the pillars of modern science. This is reflected in the fact that much scientific research and industry work relies heavily on…
  
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D. Oleynik and P. Irving, PERC 2019 Proceedings, 435-440.
Computational problem solving practices are beginning to be the center of many introductory physics courses. Specifically, at MSU, students regularly work on computational problems…
  
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T. Odden and M. Caballero, PERC 2019 Proceedings, 429-434.
Computation holds great potential for introducing new opportunities for creativity and exploration into the physics curriculum. At the University of Oslo we have begun development of…
  
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B. Lunk, PERC 2019 Proceedings, 336-341.
With the growing integration of computational modeling in introductory physics curricula, educators face an increasing need to understand how students read and compose programming…
  
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J. Bumler, P. Hamerski, M. Caballero, and P. Irving, PERC 2019 Proceedings, 69-74.
Electricity and Magnetism Projects and Practices in Physics (EMP-Cubed), a section of introductory, calculus based physics, is designed around problem based learning. Students spend…
  
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T. Bott, D. Weller, M. Caballero, and P. Irving, PERC 2019 Proceedings, 57-62.
In response to the growing emphasis on computational thinking in recent multi-state education standards, as well as the ever-changing applicability of computation in both educational…
  
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D. Weller, M. Caballero, and P. Irving, PERC 2019 Proceedings, 627-632.
As an effort to integrate computational thinking into high school science classrooms across Michigan, we administered a year-long professional development series for physics teachers…
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