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C. Singh and G. Zhu
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C. Singh and G. Zhu, PERC 2009 Proceedings, 63-66.
We are investigating cognitive issues in learning quantum mechanics in order to develop effective teaching and learning tools. The analysis of cognitive issues is particularly…
  
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M. Posner
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M. Posner, PERC 2009 Proceedings, 39-42.
A major achievement of the first twenty years of neuroimaging is to reveal the brain networks that underlie fundamental aspects of attention, memory and expertise. We examine some…
Evolution of Theoretical Perspectives in My Research  [ Conference Proceedings ]
  
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V. Otero, PERC 2009 Proceedings, 35-38.
Over the past 10 years I have been using socio-cultural theoretical perspectives to understand how people learn physics in a highly interactive, inquiry-based physics course such as…
Cognitive Development at the Middle-Division Level  [ Conference Proceedings ]
  
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C. Manogue and E. Gire
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C. Manogue and E. Gire, PERC 2009 Proceedings, 19-22.
One of the primary goals, as students transition from the lower-division to upper-division courses is to facilitate the cognitive development needed for work as a physicist. The…
  
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B. Ambrose, PERC 2009 Proceedings, 3-6.
Ongoing research in physics education has demonstrated that physics majors often do not develop a working knowledge of basic concepts in mechanics, even after standard instruction in…
  
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K. Dunbar, PERC 2009 Proceedings, 15-18.
Fundamental concepts in physics such as Newtonian mechanics are surprisingly difficult to learn and discover. Over the past decade we have used an educational neuroscience approach…
  
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A. diSessa, PERC 2009 Proceedings, 11-14.
This paper sketches a careful analysis of an exceptional classroom event where students develop, without explicit instruction, a model equivalent to Newton’s thermal law as a…
Seeing the science in children’s thinking  [ Conference Proceedings ]
  
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D. Hammer, 2010 Physics Teacher Education Coalition Conference (2010).
This work is motivated by two well-established findings. First, by the time children reach elementary school, they've grown rich in intellectual resources for learning science.…
  
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V. Otero; Editors: E. Redish and M. Vicentini; Publisher: IOS Press
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V. Otero; Editors: E. Redish and M. Vicentini; Publisher: IOS Press, Proceedings of the International School of Physics "Enrico Fermi" Course CLVI, 156, 447-472 (2003).
Socio-cultural theoretical perspectives have been used within the mathematics and science education research communities for over 20 years. These perspectives have helped educational…
  
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E. Redish; Editors: E. Redish and M. Vicentini; Publisher: IOS Press
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E. Redish; Editors: E. Redish and M. Vicentini; Publisher: IOS Press, Proceedings of the International School of Physics , 156, 1-64 (2003).
Education is a goal-oriented field. But if we want to treat education scientifically so we can accumulate, evaluate, and refine what we learn, then we must develop a theoretical…
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