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Use of Scientific Language by University Physics Students Communicating to the Public

K. Hinko, J. Seneca, N.D. Finkelstein. “Use of Scientific Language by University Physics Students Communicating to the Public.” Physics Ed. Res. Conf. Proceedings, AIP Press. (2014).

Using Physics Lab Tours for Pre-College Students To Promote Scientific Identity

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).

University physics students' motivations and experiences in informal physics programs

C. Fracchiolla, S. Hyater-Adams, N. D. Finkelstein and K. Hinko. “University physics students’ motivations and experiences in informal physics programs.” Physics Education Research Conference 2016, Part of the PER Conference series (2016): 124-127.

doi:10.1119/perc.2016.pr.026.

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.

Societal Concerns and PER" from FFPER 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).

http://www.aps.org/units/fed/newsletters/fall2013/upload/fall13.pdf

Promoting Children's Agency and Communication Skills in an Informal Science Program

R. Wulf, K. Hinko and N.D. Finkelstein, “Promoting Children’s Agency and Communication Skills in an Informal Science Program.” Physics Ed. Res. Conf. Proceedings, AIP Press. (2012).

Pathways to STEM: Understanding Identity of Adult Physicists Through Narrative Analysis

S. Hyater-Adams, K. Hinko and N.D. Finkelstein. “Pathways to STEM: Understanding Identity of Adult Physicists Through Narrative Analysis.” Physics Ed. Res. Conf. Proceedings, AIP Press. (2015).

Impacting University Physics Students Through Participation in Informal Science

K. Hinko and N.D. Finkelstein.Impacting University Physics Students Through Participation in Informal Science.” Physics Ed. Res. Conf. Proceedings, AIP Press. (2012).

Comparing Mechanistic Reasoning in Open and Guided Physics Inquiry Activities

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).

Characterizing Pedagogical Practices of University Physics Students in Informal Learning Environments

K. Hinko, P. Madigan, E. Miller and N.D. Finkelstein. “Characterizing Pedagogical Practices of University Physics Students in Informal Learning Environments.” Physical Review Special Topics: Physics Education Research 12.1 (2016).

Bridging Physics and Biology Teaching through Modeling

A.-M. Hoskinson, B. Couch, B. Zwickl, K. Hinko and M. Caballero. “Bridging Physics and Biology Teaching through Modeling.” American Journal of Physics 82.5 (2014).

http://dx.doi.org/10.1119/1.4870502

Irving2017a

Irving, V., Paper Publication 2, Journal, 2017

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