This lab activity uses computer operated motion detectors and software to generate motion graphs. Students provide the data by walking in front of the motion detector, or rolling balls. Questions are provided to help...
This article, presented at the 2002 Physics Education Research Conference, discusses how a researcher's interests dictate which student statements in a clinical interview are considered to constitute data. The authors...
This web page contains Jeffery M. Saul's doctoral dissertation. Users may click on links to view each chapter. This dissertation compares the effectiveness of traditional calculus-based instruction with University of...
A Cognitive Framework for Analyzing and Describing Introductory Students' Use and Understanding of Mathematics in Physics
This webpage offers a doctoral dissertation in which the author proposes a theoretical framework to analyze and describe students' mathematical thinking in physics. The author addresses two particular questions. What...
Andes is an intelligent problem-solving tutor for classical physics education. Andes allows students to solve physics problems in an environment that provides visualization, immediate feedback, procedural help, and...
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