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View Resource Integrating video and animation with physics problem solving exercises on the World Wide Web

This dissertation from Aaron Titus of North Carolina State University examines the integration of video and animation with physics problem solving exercises on the World Wide Web. The dissertation discusses using video clips with homework questions delivered via the World Wide Web. To challenge how students solve problems and to help them develop a more expert-like approach, the author developed...

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 Computer-Based Instruction Brings Advanced-Placement Physics to Gifted Students

We describe two college-level introductory courses in physics, with calculus prerequisites, that are entirely computer-based. These courses have been developed by the Education Program for Gifted Youth (EPGY) at Stanford, a research project that provides year-round, accelerated instruction in mathematics and physics to gifted or advanced middle- and high school students via computer-based...

View Resource To Teach or Not to Teach? Teaching Experience and Preparation Among 1992-93 Bachelor's Degree Recipients 10 Years After College

This report from the National Center for Education Statistics explores teacher retention rates, teacher attitudes, and the characteristics and background of those who remain in teaching. The research is based on a survey of undergraduates ten years after graduation. Comparisons are made between those who remain in teaching, those who once taught but no longer do so, and those who do not teach....

View Resource Spiral Physics

Spiral Physics is a research based introductory physics curriculum developed at Monroe Community College. There are several important features of this curriculum. It integrates text and workbook activities in a modular fashion, and arranges topics so that students receive repeated exposure to concepts with increased complexity. It makes use of alternative problem types, including goal-less...

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