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Characterizing Physics Students' Scientific Communication Skills for Non-expert Audiences

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

Chemical Energy in an Introductory Physics Course for the Life Sciences

Dreyfus, B.W., Gouvea, J.S., Geller, B.D., Sawtelle, V., Turpen, C. and Redish, E.F. “Chemical Energy in an Introductory Physics Course for the Life Sciences.” Amer. J. Phys. 82. (2014): 403-411.

Chemical energy in introductory physics for the life sciences

Dreyfus, B.W., Geller, B.D., Gouvea, J., Sawtelle, V., Turpen, C. and Redish, E.F. “Chemical energy in introductory physics for the life sciences.” Contributed Talk and Poster, AAPT National Meeting. (July 2014): Minneapolis, MN.

Collaborative Assessment Tool (CAT) – Assessing scientific practices in introductory physics

P. W. Irving. “Collaborative Assessment Tool (CAT) – Assessing scientific practices in introductory physics.” Invited Talk, American Physical Society. (January 2016): Washington DC.

Coming Out of the Physics Closet

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

Comparing large lecture mechanics curricula using the Force Concept Inventory: A five thousand student study

Caballero, M.D., Kohlmyer, M.A., Schatz, M.F., et al. “Comparing large lecture mechanics curricula using the Force Concept Inventory: A five thousand student study.” Am. J. Phys. 80.7 (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).

Comparing the Matter and Interactions Curriculum with a Traditional Physics Curriculum: A Think Aloud Study

Bujak, K.R., Caballero, M.D., Schatz, M.F., et al. “Comparing the Matter and Interactions Curriculum with a Traditional Physics Curriculum: A Think Aloud Study.” Proceedings of the 2011 AERA Annual Meeting. (2011): New Orleans, LA.

Comparison of Scientific Practice in Transformed and Traditional Lab Contexts

S. Boyer, A. Nair and M.D. Caballero. “Comparison of Scientific Practice in Transformed and Traditional Lab Contexts.” Contributed Poster, Fall 2016 Meeting of the Michigan Section of AAPT. (October 2016): Lansing, MI.

Computation across the curriculum: What skills are needed?

Caballero, M.D. “Computation across the curriculum: What skills are needed?” Proceedings of the Physics Education Research Conference. (2015). 79-82.

Conditions for building a community of practice in an advanced physics laboratory

Irving, P.W. and Sayre, E.C. “Conditions for building a community of practice in an advanced physics laboratory.” Physics Review Special Topics - Physics Education Research 10 (2014): 010109.

Context Dependent Mindset: Building New Frameworks and Measurement Methodologies

Little, A., Sawtelle, V. and Humphrey, B. “Context Dependent Mindset: Building New Frameworks and Measurement Methodologies.” Physics Education Research Conference, Proceedings of the 2016 Physics Education Research Conference, American Association of Physics Teachers. (2016): 204-207.

Context Dependent Mindset: Building New Frameworks and Measurement Methodologies

Little, A., Sawtelle, V. and Humphrey, B. “Context Dependent Mindset: Building New Frameworks and Measurement Methodologies.” Contributed Poster, AAPT National Meeting. (July 2016): Sacramento, CA.

Current Application of Thoracoscopy in Children

K. Tsao, S.D. St. Peter, S.W. Sharp, A. Nair, W.S. Andrews, R.J. Sharp, C.L. Snyder, D.J. Ostlie and G.W. Holcomb III. “Current Application of Thoracoscopy in Children.” Journal of Laparoendoscopic & Advanced Surgical Techniques 18.1 (2008): 131-135.

Designing and refining physics for biologists: The scaling up process

Sawtelle, V., Dreyfus, B.W., Geller, B.D., Gouvea, J., Redish, E.F. and Turpen, C. “Designing and refining physics for biologists: The scaling up process.” Contributed Poster, Physics Education Research Conference. (July 2014): Minneapolis, MN.

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