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The importance of discursive structures in promoting interdisciplinary scientific reasoning

A. Nair, J.S. Gouvea, V. Sawtelle and C. Turpen. “The importance of discursive structures in promoting interdisciplinary scientific reasoning.” Contributed Poster, CREATE for STEM MiniConference. (February 2016): East Lansing, MI.

The Initial State of Students Taking an Introductory Physics MOOC

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.

The relationship between students' behavior in problem-based learning groups and the development of conceptual understanding

Irving, P., Howard, R.G. & Bowe. “The relationship between students’ behavior in problem-based learning groups and the development of conceptual understanding.” Contributed Talk, FISER ’09 Frontiers in Science Education Research. (March 2009): Famagusta, Cyprus.

The role physics can play in a multi-disciplinary curriculum for non- physics scientists and engineers

Redish, E.F., Sawtelle, V., Turpen, C. “The role physics can play in a multi-disciplinary curriculum for non- physics scientists and engineers.” Proceedings of the Frontiers in Mathematics and Science Education Research Conference. (2014).

The Structure and Method of Planning in Group Work

Waterson, A. C., Irving, P.W. and Caballero, M.D. “The Structure and Method of Planning in Group Work.” Physics Education Research Conference. (July 2017): Cincinnati, OH.

Thoracoscopy for Malignancy in Children

A. Nair., S.D. St. Peter, K. Tsao, D.J. Ostlie and G.W. Holcomb III. “Thoracoscopy for Malignancy in Children.” Surgical Endoscopy 21.Supp 1 (2007): S476.

Thoracoscopy for Malignancy in Children

A. Nair, S.D. St. Peter, K. Tsao, D.J. Ostlie and G.W. Holcomb III. “Thoracoscopy for Malignancy in Children.” Contributed Poster, Society of American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons. (April 2007): Las Vegas, NV.

Towards understanding how computation influences group discourse in introductory mechanics

Obsniuk, M.J., Irving, P.W. and Caballero, M. D. “Towards understanding how computation influences group discourse in introductory mechanics.” Contributed Poster, Physics Education Research Conference. (July 2015): Maryland, MD.

Transitions in students' epistemic framing along two axes: Expansive/Narrow and Serious/Silly

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.

Troubleshooting Formative Feedback in P3 (A Group Based Learning Environment

Irving, P.W., Sawtelle, V. and Caballero, M.D. “Troubleshooting Formative Feedback in P3 (A Group Based Learning Environment.” Proceedings of the 2015 Physics Education Research Conference, American Association of Physics Teachers. (2015): 335-338.

Troubleshooting Formative Feedback in P3 (A Group Based Learning Environment

Irving, P.W., Sawtelle, V. and Caballero, M.D. “Troubleshooting Formative Feedback in P3 (A Group Based Learning Environment.” Contributed Poster, Physics Education Research Conference. (July 2015): College Park, MD.

Uncovering the hidden meaning of cross-curriculum comparison results on the Force Concept Inventory

Ding, L. and Caballero, M.D. “Uncovering the hidden meaning of cross-curriculum comparison results on the Force Concept Inventory.” Phys. Rev. ST Phys. Educ. Res. 10 (2014). 

Undergraduate Research and Identity Development

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.

Understanding connections between physics and racial identities through recognition and relational resources

S. Hyater-Adams, C. Fracchiolla, N. D. Finkelstein and K. Hinko. “Understanding connections between physics and racial identities through recognition and relational resources.” Physics Education Research Conference 2016, Part of the PER Conference series (2016): 164-167.

doi:10.1119/perc.2016.pr.036.

Understanding Student Computational Thinking with Computational Modeling

Aiken, J.M., Caballero, M.D., Douglas, S.S., Burk, J.B., Scanlon, E.M., Thoms, B.D., Schatz, M.F. “Understanding Student Computational Thinking with Computational Modeling.” Proceedings of the Physics Education Research Conference. 1513 (2012): 46–49.

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