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Projects and Practices in Physics – Inquiry-based Computational Modeling

M.D. Caballero., P.W. Irving and M.J. Obsniuk. “Projects and Practices in Physics – Inquiry-based Computational Modeling.” Invited Talk, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting. (July 2015): Maryland, MD.

Becoming a Physicist: The Roles of Research, Mindsets, and Milestones in upper-division student perceptions

P.W. Irving and E.C. Sayre. “Becoming a Physicist: The Roles of Research, Mindsets, and Milestones in upper-division student perceptions.” Invited Talk, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting. (January 2016): New Orleans, LA.

Identity development in upper-level physics students: transitions in and out of physics

P.W. Irving. “Identity development in upper-level physics students: transitions in and out of physics.” Invited Talk, American Physical Society. (April 2016): Salt Lake City, UT.

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.

Vectors in the Time of Scalars

McPadden, D. and Sayre, E. “Vectors in the Time of Scalars.” Contributed Poster, Annual Physics Education Research Conference. (July 2012): Philadelphia, PA.

Multiple Representations and Epistemic Games in Introductory Physics Exam Solutions

Traxler, A., Mahadeo, J., McPadden, D. and Brewe, E. “Multiple Representations and Epistemic Games in Introductory Physics Exam Solutions.” Contributed Talk, Annual American Association of Physics Teachers Meeting. (July 2014): Minneapolis, MN.

The Impacts of Instructor and Student Gender on Student Performance in Introductory Modeling Instruction Courses

McPadden, D. and Brewe, E. “The Impacts of Instructor and Student Gender on Student Performance in Introductory Modeling Instruction Courses.” Contributed Talk, Annual American Association of Physics Teachers Meeting. (July 2014): Minneapolis, MN.

Network analysis of students' use of representations in problem solving

McPadden, D. and Brewe, E. “Network analysis of students’ use of representations in problem solving.” Contributed Poster, Annual Physics Education Research Conference. (July 2015): College Park, MD.

Network analysis of students' use of representations in problem solving

McPadden, D. and Brewe, E. “Network analysis of students’ use of representations in problem solving.” Contributed Talk, Annual American Association of Physics Teachers Meeting. (July 2015): College Park, MD.

Network analysis of students' use of representations in problem solving

McPadden, D. and Brewe, E. “Network analysis of students’ use of representations in problem solving.” Contributed Talk, Annual American Physical Society April Meeting. (April 2016): Salt Lake City, UT.

Modeling Instruction: Optics

Pendas, J., McPadden, D., Potvin, G. and Brewe, E. “Modeling Instruction: Optics.” Contributed Poster, Annual Physics Education Research Conference. (July 2016): Sacramento, CA.

Examining the Relationship between Career Outcome Expectations and Physics Identity

Monsalve, C., Hazari, Z., McPadden, D., Sonnert, G. and Sadler, P. “Examining the Relationship between Career Outcome Expectations and Physics Identity.” Contributed Poster, Annual Physics Education Research Conference. (July 2016). Sacramento, CA.

Power boxes: A novel graphical representation of energy in circuits

Dowd, J., McPadden, D. and Brewe, E. “Power boxes: A novel graphical representation of energy in circuits.” Contributed Talk, Annual American Association of Physics Teachers Meeting. (July 2016): Sacramento, CA.

NEXUS/Physics: Rethinking physics for biology and premed students

E.F. Redish, C. Bauer, K. Carleton, T. Cooke, M. Cooper, C. Crouch, B.W. Dreyfus, B.D. Geller, J. Giannini, J. Svoboda Gouvea, M. Klymkowsky, W. Losert, K. Moore, J. Presson, V. Sawtelle, C. Turpen and K. Thompson. “NEXUS/Physics: Rethinking physics for biology and premed students.” Poster, Mid-Atlantic Regional Learning Assistant Workshop. (February 2014): College Park, MD. 

An Investigation into how Students Make Connections that Cross the Disciplinary Boundaries of Chemistry, Biology, and Physics

Underwood, S. M., Sawtelle, V., Matz, R. L., Anderson, C. W. and Scott, E.E. “An Investigation into how Students Make Connections that Cross the Disciplinary Boundaries of Chemistry, Biology, and Physics.” Talk, American Chemical Society (ACS) National Meeting. (March 2016): San Diego, CA. 

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