Presentation on theme: "PER in the US: A Historical Perspective Arons, Karplus Redish Laws, Hestenes McDermott Reif Hake Zollman, Mestre Mazur Bork, Wilson Thornton, Sokoloff."— Presentation transcript:
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, 1272-1277 (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, 108-119 (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), 64-74 (1998). D. Hestenes, "Wherefore a science of teaching?," The Physics Teacher 17, 235-242 (1979). D. Hestenes, "Who needs physics education research?," American Journal of Physics 66, 465-467 (1998). J.W.G. Ivany, "RL EP-1: Resource Letter on Educational Psychology," American Journal of Physics 37 (11), 21-28 (1969). R. Karplus, "Science teaching and the development of reasoning," Journal of Research in Science Teaching 14 (2), 169-175 (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. 155-156, UNL (1999). P.W. Laws, "Calculus-based physics without lectures," Physics Today 44 (12), 24-31 (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), 301-315 (1991). L.C. McDermott, Redish, E.F., "RL-PER1: Resource letter on physics education research," American Journal of Physics 67 (9), 755-767 (1999). J.P. Mestre, "Learning and instruction in pre-college physical science," Physics Today 44 (9), 56-62 (1991). E.F. Redish, "The implications of cognitive studies for teaching physics," American Journal of Physics 62 (6), 796-803 (1994). F. Reif, "Scientific approaches to science education," Physics Today 39 (11), 48-54 (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), 858-867 (1990). J.M. Wilson, "Some Possible Futures for the Introductory Physics Course," presented at the Conference on the Introductory Physics Course, Troy, NY, 1996. D. Zollman, "Millikan Lecture 1995: Do they just sit there? Reflections on helping students learn physics," American Journal of Physics 64 (2), 114-119 (1996). Brian A. Pyper Utah State University Robert G. Fuller University of Nebraska
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