2013

R. Wulf, K. Hinko and N.D. Finkelstein. “Comparing Mechanistic Reasoning in Open and Guided Physics Inquiry Activities.” Physics Ed. Res. Conf. Proceedings, AIP Press. (2013).

X. Cid, N. Samuels, K. Hinko, B. Lunk and A. Gupta. “Report from Working Group on “Societal Concerns and PER” from FFPER 2013”, Forum on Physics Education, American Physical Society. Fall Newsletter (2013).

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R. Neideritter and K. Hinko. “Using Physics Lab Tours for Pre-College Students To Promote Scientific Identity.” Physics Ed. Res. Conf. Proceedings, AIP Press. (2013).

Irving, P.W. and Sayre, E.C. “Physics Identity Development: A snapshot of the stages of development of upper-level physics students.” Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning 13.4 (2013).

Irving, P.W., Martinuk, M.“S.” and Sayre, E.C. “Transitions in students’ epistemic framing along two axes: Expansive/Narrow and Serious/Silly.” Physical Review Special Topics- Physics Education Research 9.1 (2013): 01011.

Chen, Y., Irving, P.W., and Sayre, E.C. “An epistemic game for answer making in learning about hydrostatics.” Physical Review Special Topics-Physics Education Research 9.1 (2013): 010108.

Mashood, K.K. and Vijay A. “Singh Large-scale studies on the transferability of general problem-solving skills and the pedagogic potential of physics.” Physics Education (IOP-UK) 48 (2013): 629-635.

Mashood, K.K. and Vijay A. Singh. “Development of a concept inventory in rotational kinematics: Initial phases and some methodological concerns.” In Nagarjuna et. al .(Eds.), Proceedings of epiSTEME 5 – International Conference to Review Research on Science, Technology and Mathematics Education, Mumbai, India: Cinnamonteal. (2013).

Wilcox, B.R., Caballero, M.D. and Pollock, S.J. “Analytic framework for students’ use of mathematics in upper-division physics.” Phys. Rev. ST Phys. Educ. Res. 9.020119 (2013). 

Hoskinson, A-M., Caballero, M.D. and Knight, J. “Can we improve problem solving in biology? Lessons from 30 years of physics education research.” CBE – LSE 12.153 (2013). 

Caballero, M.D. and Pollock, S.J. “Assessing Student Learning in Middle-Division Classical Mechanics/Math Methods.” Proceedings of the Physics Education Research Conference. (2013): 81–84.

Aiken, J.M., Lin, S., Douglas, S.S., Greco, E.F., Thoms, B.D., Schatz, M.F. and Caballero, M.D. “The Initial State of Students Taking an Introductory Physics MOOC.” Proceedings of the Physics Education Research Conference. (2013): 53–56.

K. Hinko. “Characterizing Physics Students’ Scientific Communication Skills for Non-expert Audiences.” Contributed Talk, American Association of Physics Teachers Summer Meeting. (July 2013).

K. Hinko. “Informal Science Participation Positively Affects the Communication and Pedagogical Skills of University Physics Students.” Contributed Talk, American Physical Society, April Meeting. (April 2013).

P.W. Irving and E.C. Sayre. “Multiple pathways to the development of a physics identity.” Invited Poster, Physics Education Research Conference. (July 2013): Portland, OR.

P.W. Irving. “Coming Out of the Physics Closet.” Contributed Talk, AAPT – American Association of Physics Teachers Summer meeting. (July 2013): Portland, OR.

P.W. Irving and E.C. Sayre. “Undergraduate Research and Identity Development.” Contributed Talk, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting. (January 2013): New Orleans, LA.

X. Wu, P.W. Irving and E.C. Sayre. “Students’ scientific practices in Advanced Lab.” Contributed Poster, Physics Education Research Conference. (July 2013): Portland, OR.