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D. McBride and D. Zollman, PERC 2009 Proceedings, 209-212.
This study focuses on how students apply previous learning of light and basic geometric optics to the context of wavefront aberrometry. In one aspect of this study we compared the…
  
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B. Zwickl, J. Olivera, K. Martin, and K. Winans, PERC 2015 Proceedings, 391-394.
Preliminary results are presented from an ongoing study that is investigating both academic and industrial career paths in optics and photonics. By grounding the discussion of…
  
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This research presents an investigation of how students dynamically construct knowledge in a new situation. In particular, this work focuses on the contexts of light and optics, and…
Physical Review Special Topics - Physics Education Research
  
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D. McBride, D. Zollman, and N. Rebello, Phys. Rev. ST Phys. Educ. Res., 6 (2), 020101 (2010).
In prior research, the classification of concepts into three types—descriptive, hypothetical and theoretical—has allowed for the association of students' use of different concept…
American Journal of Physics
  
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S. McKagan, W. Handley, K. Perkins, and C. Wieman, Am. J. Phys., 77 (1), 87-94 (2009).
Physics faculty consider the photoelectric effect important, but many erroneously believe it is easy for students to understand. We have developed curriculum on this topic including…