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View Resource Physics Education Research Central

This fine site serves as "an informational touchpoint and online community for 'producers' and 'consumers' of physics education research (PER)." The site is provided by the American Association of Physics Teachers and visitors can search through thousands of articles, theses and dissertations, research groups, curricular material, and news and events. First-time visitors can use the search engine...

View Resource Maury Project

This is a national teacher enhancement program in physical oceanography. Project introduces teachers to physical oceanography topics, develops a team of master teachers who can incorporate physical oceanography into their courses and conduct peer training workshops in their region. Training workshop is held each summer in Annapolis, MD. Graduate credit is available.

View Resource Research-based Instructional Software in Modern Physics

In teaching mathematics or science, understanding how to incorporate instructional technology and evaluate its impact is of great importance. We report on how we are using physics education research both as a guide to the way we develop computer-based curriculum and as a means of assessment. The context of our study is modern physics, which is a subject being taught in a growing number of classes...

View Resource Minds-on Physics: Materials for Developing Concept-based Problem-solving Skills in Physics

This website describes the contents of Minds on Physics, an integrated curriculum material for high school physics developed by the Physics Education Research Group (PERG) with the University of Massachusetts and high school teachers. The website includes free sample activities on the topics of motion, interactions, conservation laws & concept-based problem solving, fundamental forces & fields...

View Resource Use of In-class Physics Demonstrations in Highly Interactive Format

This paper, presented at the 2001 Physics Education Research Conference, demonstrates how traditional classroom demonstrations may be converted into active-learning experiences through linked multiple-choice question-and-answer sequences. Sample question sequences and worksheet materials are presented, as well as preliminary assessment data.

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