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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 The Influence of Student Understanding of Classical Physics When Learning Quantum Mechanics

In this conference presentation, the authors describe two examples of students having difficulty constructing an understanding of quantum mechanics due to an erroneous model of classical physics. For each example, the authors describe how a misconception of a classical concept impairs the learning of a quantum concept. This paper contains a brief discussion of how these difficulties may be...

View Resource New Models of Physics Instruction Based on Physics Education Research

This article outlines advances in physics education research and curricular developments that they have created. Physics education research has revealed some of the difficulties introductory university students have in learning physics. At the same time, information technology has led to new tools for creating educational environments. In response, a wide variety of models for physics instruction...

View Resource Index of Learning Styles Questionnaire

This is an online learning styles assessment. Users may take the assessment and immediately get their profile on four different learning style dimensions. Links to a description of the learning styles and other references are provided. Teachers may use this tool in their classrooms to determine which types of learners are represented.

View Resource The VARK Questionnaire: How Do I Learn Best?

The VARK Questionnaire "How Do I Learn Best?" is a very useful free learning styles survey tool. This questionnaire can help students better understand how they learn and how to best study depending upon their preferred learning style: visual, aural, kinesthetic, read-write or multimodal. After taking the questionnaire, the participant will receive a personal learning profile with learning and...

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