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Success in introductory college physics requires students to acquire not only the content knowledge of physics, but also the skills to solve problems using this knowledge. At the University of Minnesota, attempts are...
This research investigated the process of argument co-construction in 14 cooperative problem-solving groups in an algebra-based, college level, introductory physics course. The results of the research provide a rich...
The University of Minnesota Physics Education Research and Development group. Links to materials on cooperative problem solving, context rich problems, and implementation of innovative teaching methods in the large...
Students in introductory physics courses typically begin to solve a problem by plunging into the algebraic and numerical solution -- they search for and manipulate equations, plugging numbers into the equations until...
Created by authors Beth Chance, Bob delmas and Joan Garfield, this web page provides instructions for teaching confidence intervals using Sampling SIM software. It includes information regarding prerequisite knowledge,...
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