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PER in the US: A Historical Perspective Arons, Karplus Redish Laws, Hestenes McDermott Reif Hake Zollman, Mestre Mazur Bork, Wilson Thornton, Sokoloff.

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1 PER in the US: A Historical Perspective Arons, Karplus Redish Laws, Hestenes McDermott Reif Hake Zollman, Mestre Mazur Bork, Wilson Thornton, Sokoloff Richtmeyer Beichner, Goldberg PER in the US – A Historical Perspective: Resources and Bibliography A. Arons, A Guide to Introductory Physics Teaching. (Wiley, New York, 1990). R. Beichner, "The impact of video data analysis on kinematics graph interpretation skills," American Journal of Physics 64, (1996). A. Bork, "Millikan Lecture 1978: Interactive learning," American Journal of Physics 47 (1), 5-10 (1979). J.D. Bransford, et. al., (Ed.), How People Learn - Brain, Mind, Experience, and School. (National Academy Press, Washington, D.C., 2000). F. M. Goldberg, L.C. McDermott, "An investigation of student understanding of the real image formed by a converging lens or concave mirror," American Journal of Physics 55, (1987). R.R. Hake, "Interactive engagement vs. traditional methods: A six-thousand-student survey of mechanics test data for introductory physics courses," American Journal of Physics 66 (1), (1998). D. Hestenes, "Wherefore a science of teaching?," The Physics Teacher 17, (1979). D. Hestenes, "Who needs physics education research?," American Journal of Physics 66, (1998). J.W.G. Ivany, "RL EP-1: Resource Letter on Educational Psychology," American Journal of Physics 37 (11), (1969). R. Karplus, "Science teaching and the development of reasoning," Journal of Research in Science Teaching 14 (2), (1977). T. Koch and R.G. Fuller, editors, "Early History of Research in Physics Education Programs," Proceedings of the 1998 Physics Education Research Conference, Appendix A. p , UNL (1999). P.W. Laws, "Calculus-based physics without lectures," Physics Today 44 (12), (1991). E. Mazur, Peer Instruction: A User's Guide. (Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, NJ, 1996). L.C. McDermott, "Millikan Lecture (1990): What we teach and what is learned - Closing the gap," American Journal of Physics 59 (4), (1991). L.C. McDermott, Redish, E.F., "RL-PER1: Resource letter on physics education research," American Journal of Physics 67 (9), (1999). J.P. Mestre, "Learning and instruction in pre-college physical science," Physics Today 44 (9), (1991). E.F. Redish, "The implications of cognitive studies for teaching physics," American Journal of Physics 62 (6), (1994). F. Reif, "Scientific approaches to science education," Physics Today 39 (11), (1986). F.K. Richtmeyer, "Physics is physics," The American Physics Teacher 1 (February), 1-5 (1933). R.K. Thornton, D.R Sokoloff, "Learning motion concepts using real-time microcomputer-based laboratory tools," American Journal of Physics 58 (9), (1990). J.M. Wilson, "Some Possible Futures for the Introductory Physics Course," presented at the Conference on the Introductory Physics Course, Troy, NY, D. Zollman, "Millikan Lecture 1995: Do they just sit there? Reflections on helping students learn physics," American Journal of Physics 64 (2), (1996). Brian A. Pyper Utah State University Robert G. Fuller University of Nebraska


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