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

  • 2015, hinko, Papers, Publications

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).

A Case Study: Novel Group Interactions through Introductory Computational Physics

Obsniuk, M.J., Irving, P.W. and Caballero, M. D. “A Case Study: Novel Group Interactions through Introductory Computational Physics.” Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings 2015, AIP Conference Proceedings. (2015).

A Model for Incorporating Computation Without Changing the Course: An example from middle-division classical mechanics

Caballero, M.D. and Pollock, S.J. “A Model for Incorporating Computation Without Changing the Course: An example from middle-division classical mechanics.” Am. J. Phys. 82.231 (2014). 

A Tale of Two Curricula: Performance of two thousand students in introductory electromagnetism

Kohlmyer, M.A., Caballero, M.D., Schatz, M.F., et al. “A Tale of Two Curricula: Performance of two thousand students in introductory electromagnetism.” Phys. Rev. ST Phys. Educ. Res. 5.020105 (2009). 

A Vision of Interdisciplinary Education: Students' Reasoning about 'High-Energy Bonds' and ATP

Dreyfus, B. W., Sawtelle, V., Turpen, C. and Redish, E.F. "A Vision of Interdisciplinary Education: Students' Reasoning about 'High-Energy Bonds' and ATP." Phys. Rev. ST—Phys. Educ. Res. 10. 010115 (2014).

ACER: A Framework on the Use of Mathematics in Upper-division Physics

Caballero, M.D., Wilcox, B.R., Pepper, R.E. and Pollock, S.J. “ACER: A Framework on the Use of Mathematics in Upper-division Physics.” Proceedings of the Physics Education Research Conference. 1513 (2012): 90–93.

Addressing Relational Data in Students' Representation Use with Network Analysis

McPadden, D. Bruun, J. and Brewe, E. “Addressing Relational Data in Students’ Representation Use with Network Analysis.” Invited Poster, Annual Physics Education Research Conference. (July 2016): Sacramento, CA.

Advanced Lab as a Community of Practice

P.W. Irving and E.C. Sayre. “Advanced Lab as a Community of Practice.” Invited Talk, Physics Education Research Conference. (July 2015): Maryland, MD.

An epistemic game for answer making in learning about hydrostatics

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.

An inventory on rotational kinematics of a particle: Unraveling misconceptions and pitfalls in reasoning

Mashood K. K. and Vijay. A. Singh. “An inventory on rotational kinematics of a particle: Unraveling misconceptions and pitfalls in reasoning.” European Journal of Physics 33 (2012): 1301-1312.

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. 

Analysis of Students' Scientific Creativity in an Afterschool Physics Program

K. Hinko. “Analysis of Students' Scientific Creativity in an Afterschool Physics Program.” Contributed Talk, American Association of Physics Teachers, Summer Meeting. (July 2014).

Analytic framework for students' use of mathematics in upper-division physics

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). 

Assessing Difficult to Assess Learning Goals - Formative Feedback in P3

Irving, P.W. and Caballero, M.D. “Assessing Difficult to Assess Learning Goals - Formative Feedback in P3.” Contributed Poster, Physics Education Research Conference. (July 2016): Sacramento, CA.

Assessing Difficult to Assess Learning Goals - Formative Feedback in P3

Irving, P.W. and Caballero, M.D. “Assessing Difficult to Assess Learning Goals - Formative Feedback in P3.” Contributed Talk, Physics Education Research Conference (July 2016): Sacramento, CA.

Assessing Learning Outcomes in Middle-Division Classical Mechanics: The Colorado Classical Mechanics/Math Methods Instrument

Caballero, M.D., Doughty, L., Turnbull, A.M., Pepper, R.E. and Pollock, S.J. “Assessing Learning Outcomes in Middle-Division Classical Mechanics: The Colorado Classical Mechanics/Math Methods Instrument.” PR-PER. (Under Review). 

Assessing Student Learning in Middle-Division Classical Mechanics/Math Methods

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.

Assessing the Implementation of Formative Feedback

Leary, A. N., Irving, P.W. and Caballero, M.D. “Assessing the Implementation of Formative Feedback.” Contributed Poster, Physics Education Research Conference. (July 2017): Cincinnati, OH.

Becoming a physicist: the roles of research, mindsets and milestones in upper-division student perceptions

Irving, P.W. and Sayre, E.C. “Becoming a physicist: the roles of research, mindsets and milestones in upper-division student perceptions.” Physics Review Special Topics - Physics Education Research 11 (2015): 020120.

Becoming a Physicist: The Roles of Research, Mindsets, and Milestones

Irving, P.W. and Sayre, E. C. “Becoming a Physicist: The Roles of Research, Mindsets, and Milestones.” Contributed Poster, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting. (July 2014): Minneapolis, MN.

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.

Beyond the Numbers: Finding Mechanisms to Support Diversity

Sawtelle, V., Dreyfus, B.W., Geller, B.D., Gouvea, J., Redish, E.F. and Turpen, C. “Beyond the Numbers: Finding Mechanisms to Support Diversity.” Contributed Talk, AAPT National Meeting. (July 2014): Minneapolis, MN.

Blending Content and Practice: Designing a New Introductory Mechanics Course

Caballero, M.D., Stroupe, D., Tessmer, S.H., Laverty, J.T. and Irving, P. W. “Blending Content and Practice: Designing a New Introductory Mechanics Course.” Contributed Poster, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting. (July 2014): Minneapolis, MN.

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).

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Brief, Embedded, Spontaneous Metacognitive Talk

Sayre, E.C. and Irving, P.W. “Brief, Embedded, Spontaneous Metacognitive Talk”, Physical Review Special Topics - Physics Education Research 11 (2015): 020121.

Can we improve problem solving in biology? Lessons from 30 years of physics education research

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). 

Challenge faculty to transform STEM learning

Cooper, M.M., Caballero, M.D., Ebert-May, D., Fata-Hartley, C.L., Jardeleza, S.E., Krajcik, J.S., Laverty, J.T., Matz, R.L., Posey, L.A. and Underwood, S.M. “Challenge faculty to transform STEM learning.” Science 350.6258 (2015): 281-282.

Characterizing College Science Assessments: The Three-Dimensional Learning Assessment Protocol

Laverty, J.T., Underwood, S.M., Matz, R.L., Posey, L.A., Carmel, J.H., Caballero, M.D., Fata-Hartley, C.L., Ebert-May, D., Jardeleza, S.E. and Cooper, M.M. “Characterizing College Science Assessments: The Three-Dimensional Learning Assessment Protocol.” PLOS One 11.9. e0162333. 

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).

Characterizing Pedagogical Practices of University Physics Students in Informal Learning Environments

K. Hinko. “Characterizing Pedagogical Practices of University Physics Students in Informal Learning Environments.” Invited Talk, American Physical Society, April Meeting. (April 2016).

Characterizing Pedagogical Practices of University Physics Students in Informal Learning Environments

K. Hinko. “Characterizing Pedagogical Practices of University Physics Students in Informal Learning Environments.” Invited Talk, American Association of Physics Teachers, Summer Meeting. (July 2016).

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.

Developing an empirically grounded framework to assess interdisciplinarity of student explanations of everyday phenomena

Mashood, K.K., Sawtelle, V., Anderson, C.W., Matz, R. L., Scott, E. E. and Underwood, S.M. “Developing an empirically grounded framework to assess interdisciplinarity of student explanations of everyday phenomena.” Proceedings of the 2016 Physics Education Research Conference, American Association of Physics Teachers. (2016): 220-223

Developing an Explanatory Framework to Characterize Student Reasoning About Interdisciplinary Phenomena

Scott, E. E., Sawtelle, V., Anderson, C. W., Mashood, K. K., Matz, R. L. and Underwood, S. M. “Developing an Explanatory Framework to Characterize Student Reasoning About Interdisciplinary Phenomena.” Poster, Society for the Advancement of Biology Education Research (SABER) National Meeting. (July 2016): Minneapolis, MN.

Developing physics identities

Irving, P.W. and Sayre, E.C. “Developing physics identities.” Physics Today 69.5 (2016): 46.

Developing the Next Generation of Physics Assessments

Laverty, J.T., Cooper, M.M. and Caballero, M.D. “Developing the Next Generation of Physics Assessments.” Proceedings of the Physics Education Research Conference. (2015): 187-190.

Development and Uses of Upper-division Conceptual Assessments

Wilcox, B.R., Caballero, M.D., Baily, C., Sadaghiani, H, Chasteen, S.V., Ryan, Q.X. and Pollock, S.J. “Development and Uses of Upper-division Conceptual Assessments.” Phys. Rev. ST Phys. Educ. Res. 11.020115 (2015). 

Development of a concept inventory in rotational kinematics: Initial phases and some methodological concerns

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).

Development of a modes of collaboration framework

Pawlak, A., Irving, P.W. and Caballero, M.D. “Development of a modes of collaboration framework.” PR-PER. (Under Review). 

Development of modes of collaboration framework

Pawlak, A ., Irving. P.W. and Caballero, M. D. “Development of modes of collaboration framework.” In review: Physical Review Special Topics - Physics Education Research.

Differential Impacts of Aligning Epistemological Expectations in Introductory Physics Labs

Funkhouser, K.M., Sawtelle, V., Martinez, W.M. and Caballero, M.D. “Differential Impacts of Aligning Epistemological Expectations in Introductory Physics Labs.” Contributed Poster, AAPT National Meeting. (July 2016): Sacramento, CA.

Educational transformation in upper-division physics: The Science Education Initiative model, outcomes, and lessons learned

Chasteen, S.V., Wilcox, B.R., Caballero, M.D., Perkins, K.K., Pollock, S.J., Wieman, C.E. “Educational transformation in upper-division physics: The Science Education Initiative model, outcomes, and lessons learned.” Phys. Rev. ST Phys. Educ. Res. 11.020110 (2015). 

Engaging Physics Faculty in Course Transformation

Laverty, J.T., Tessmer, S.H., Cooper, M.M. and Caballero, M.D. “Engaging Physics Faculty in Course Transformation.” Proceedings of the Physics Education Research Conference. (2014): 147-150.

Entropy and Spontaneity in an Introductory Physics Course for the Life Science Students

Geller, B.D., Dreyfus, B.W., Gouvea, J.S., Sawtelle, V., Turpen, C. and Redish, E.F. “Entropy and Spontaneity in an Introductory Physics Course for the Life Science Students.” Amer. J. Phys. 82. (2014): 394-402.

Epistemological Framing: Asynchronous Individuals in Group Problem Solving

P.W. Irving and E.C. Sayre. “Epistemological Framing: Asynchronous Individuals in Group Problem Solving.” Poster, Symposium on Sensemaking, Answermaking, and Resource Coordination across the Undergraduate Physics Curriculum at the Biennial Meeting of the EARLI Special Interest Group: Conceptual Change. (August 2012).

Examining Physics Identity in Laboratory Settings Through Survey Development

K. Funkhouser, V. Sawtelle and M. D. Caballero. “Examining Physics Identity in Laboratory Settings Through Survey Development.” Poster, CREATE for STEM MiniConference. (2017).

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.

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.” PERC Conf. Proc. (American Association of Physics Teachers). (2016): 228-231.

Expanding the PICUP community of practice

Irving, P.W. and Caballero, M.D. “Expanding the PICUP community of practice.” Contributed Poster, Physics Education Research Conference. (July 2017): Cincinnati, OH.

Expansive framing across scientific disciplines

J.S. Gouvea, A. Nair, V. Sawtelle and C. Turpen. “Expansive framing across scientific disciplines.” Refereed Poster, Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association. (April 2016): Washington, DC.

Explanatory coherence in an introductory physics for life scientists course

Geller, B.D., Dreyfus, B.W., Gouvea, J.S., Sawtelle, V., Turpen, C. and Redish, E.F. “Explanatory coherence in an introductory physics for life scientists course.” Contributed Poster, Gordon Research Conference. (2014): South Hadley, MA.

Explanatory coherence in an introductory physics for life scientists course

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

Exploring LBC Physics Students' Conceptions of Diffusion

L. Tunstall, A. Nair, K. Hinko, P. Irving. and V. Sawtelle. “Exploring LBC Physics Students' Conceptions of Diffusion.” Contributed Poster, CREATE for STEM MiniConference. (February 2017): East Lansing, MI.

Exploring Life-Science Students' Conceptions of Relevance of Physics

Nair, A., Irving, P. W. and Sawtelle, V. “Exploring Life-Science Students’ Conceptions of Relevance of Physics.” Contributed Poster, Physics Education Research Conference. (July 2017): Cincinnati, OH.

Exploring relevance for life-science students in introductory physics

A. Nair, P. Irving and V. Sawtelle. “Exploring relevance for life-science students in introductory physics.” Contributed Poster, CREATE for STEM MiniConference. (February 2017): East Lansing, MI.

Exploring students' use of visual representation in introductory electromagnetism

Pawlak, A., Doughty, L., Irving, P.W. and Caballero, M.D. “Exploring students’ use of visual representation in introductory electromagnetism.” Contributed Poster, Physics Education Research Conference. (July 2014): Minneapolis, MN.

Exploring the role of design problem in the physics classroom

Hamerski, P.C., Irving, P.W. and Caballero, M. D. “Exploring the role of design problem in the physics classroom.” Contributed Poster, Physics Education Research Conference. (July 2016): Sacramento, CA.

Fostering Computational Thinking

Caballero, M.D., Kohlmyer, M.A., Schatz, M.F. “Fostering Computational Thinking.”  Proceedings of the Physics Education Research Conference. 1413 (2011): 15–18.

Growth Mindset In the Details: Overlapping Interests Projects in Physics

Little, A. and Sawtelle, V. “Growth Mindset In the Details: Overlapping Interests Projects in Physics.” Contributed Poster, AAPT National Meeting. (July 2015): College Park, MD.

Harnessing Affinity Towards Biology to Support Diversity in Physics

Sawtelle, V., Gouvea, J.S. and Turpen, C. “Harnessing Affinity Towards Biology to Support Diversity in Physics.” Contributed Talk, National Association of Research in Science Teaching Annual Conference. (March 2014): Pittsburgh, PA.

Harnessing Affinity Towards Biology to Support Diversity in Physics

Sawtelle, V., Turpen, C. and Gouvea, J.S. “Harnessing Affinity Towards Biology to Support Diversity in Physics.” Proceedings of the National Association of Research in Science Teaching Annual Conference. (2014).

Historico -critical analysis of the concept of mass: From antiquity to Newton

Mashood K. K. “Historico -critical analysis of the concept of mass: From antiquity to Newton.” In Subramaniam, K., & Mazumdar, A. (Eds.), Proceedings of epiSTEME-3 - International Conference to Review Research on Science, Technology and Mathematics Education, Mumbai, India: McMillan. (2009).

Identification of a shared answer- making epistemic game in a group context

Pawlak, A., Irving, P.W. and Caballero, M. D. “Identification of a shared answer- making epistemic game in a group context.” Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings 2015, AIP Conference Proceedings. (2015).

Identifying Knowledge, Skill and Competence for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Research: A Study of Postgraduate Researchers' Experiences

Chari, D., Irving, P., Howard, R., and Bowe, B. “Identifying Knowledge, Skill and Competence for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Research: A Study of Postgraduate Researchers’ Experiences.” International Journal of Engineering Education 28.5 (2012): 1046- 1055.

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.

Identity Statuses in upper-division physics students

Irving, P.W. and Sayre, E.C. “Identity Statuses in upper-division physics students.” Cultural Studies of Science Education 11 (2016): 1155–1200.

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).

Impacts of Aligning Student and Instructor Expectation in Introductory Physics Labs

K. Funkhouser. “Impacts of Aligning Student and Instructor Expectation in Introductory Physics Labs.” Talk, Future Academic Scholars in Teaching (FAST) Fellowship Symposium. (2016).

Implementation of a Laboratory Activity Designed to Promote Scientific Practice

A. Nair, V. Sawtelle and M.D. Caballero. “Implementation of a Laboratory Activity Designed to Promote Scientific Practice.” Contributed Talk, 2016 AAPT Summer Meeting. (July 2016): Sacramento, CA.

Implementing and assessing computational modeling in introductory mechanics

Caballero, M.D., Kohlmyer, M.A. and Schatz, M.F. “Implementing and assessing computational modeling in introductory mechanics.” Phys. Rev. ST Phys. Educ. Res. 8.020106 (2012). 

Implementing Physics Education Re- search to Inform and Enhance Pedagogical Approaches

Irving, P, Walsh, L.N., Howard, R.G. & Bowe, B. “Implementing Physics Education Re- search to Inform and Enhance Pedagogical Approaches.” Contributed Talk, AAPT – American Association of Physics Teachers Summer meeting. (July 2007): North Carolina, USA.

In biology we never explain: The construction of epistemological stances in course experiences

Gouvea, J.S., Dreyfus, B.W., Geller, B.D., Sawtelle, V. and Turpen, C. “In biology we never explain: The construction of epistemological stances in course experiences.” Contributed Poster, Society for the Advancement of Biology Education Research, National Meeting. (July 2014): Minneapolis, MN.

Informal Science Participation Positively Affects the Communication and Pedagogical Skills of University Physics Students

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).

Instructor Approaches to Teaching Computation in Collaborative Physics Problem Solving

Pawlak, A. S., Irving, P. W. and Caballero, M.D. “Instructor Approaches to Teaching Computation in Collaborative Physics Problem Solving.” Contributed Talk, Physics Education Research Conference. (July 2017): Cincinnati, OH.

Instructor Approaches to Teaching Computation in Collaborative Physics Problem Solving

Pawlak, A. S., Irving, P. W. and Caballero, M.D. “Instructor Approaches to Teaching Computation in Collaborative Physics Problem Solving.” Contributed Poster, Physics Education Research Conference. (July 2017): Cincinnati, OH.

Integrating Numerical Computation into the Modeling Instruction Curriculum

Caballero, M.D., Burk, J.B., Aiken, J.M., Douglas, S.S., Scanlon, E.M., Thoms, B.D. and Schatz, M.F. “Integrating Numerical Computation into the Modeling Instruction Curriculum.” Phys. Teach. 52.38 (2014). 

Investigating how students integrate their everyday experiences with their content knowledge from their chemistry, biology, and physics courses

Underwood, S. M., Scott, E.E., Mashood, K. K.., Sawtelle, V., Matz, R. L. and Anderson, C. W. “Investigating how students integrate their everyday experiences with their content knowledge from their chemistry, biology, and physics courses.” Presented Talk, BCCE. (August 2016): University of Northern Colorado, CO.

Investigating Student Reasoning of Everyday Interdisciplinary Phenomena: Initial Phases

Mashood, K.K., Sawtelle, V., Andersen, C.W., Scott, E.E., Matz, R.L. and Underwood, S.M. “Investigating Student Reasoning of Everyday Interdisciplinary Phenomena: Initial Phases.” Contributed Poster, AAPT National Meeting. (July 2016): Sacramento, CA.

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It's "Just Math": A New Epistemic Frame

Wolf, S. F., Doughty L., Irving, P.W., Sayre, E.C. and Caballero. “It’s “Just Math”: A New Epistemic Frame.” Contributed Poster, Physics Education Research Conference. (July 2014): Minneapolis, MN.

It's "Just Math": A New Epistemic Frame

Wolf, S. F., Doughty L., Irving, P.W., Sayre, E.C. and Caballero, M.D. “It’s “Just Math”: A New Epistemic Frame.” Contributed Poster, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting. (July 2014): Minneapolis, MN.

Just Math: A new epistemic frame

Wolf, S. F., Doughty L., Irving, P.W., Sayre, E.C. and Caballero, M. D. “Just Math: A new epistemic frame.” Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings 2014, AIP Conference Proceedings. (2014).

Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy in the Pediatric Population

S.D. St. Peter, S.J. Keckler, A. Nair., W.S. Andrews, R.J. Sharp, C.L. Snyder, D.J. Ostlie and G.W. Holcomb III “Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy in the Pediatric Population.” Journal of Laparoendoscopic & Advanced Surgical Techniques 18.1 (2008): 127-130.

Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy in the Pediatric Population

S.J. Keckler, S.D. St. Peter, A. Nair, D.J. Ostlie and G.W. Holcomb III. “Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy in the Pediatric Population.” Contributed Talk, International Pediatric Endosurgery Group. (September 2007): Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Learning about the Energy of a Hurricane System through an Estimation Epistemic Game

Modir, B., Irving, P.W., Wolf, S. F. and Sayre, E.C. “Learning about the Energy of a Hurricane System through an Estimation Epistemic Game.” Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings 2014, AIP Conference Proceedings. (2014).

Leveraging a relationship with biology to expand a relationship with physics

Sawtelle, V. and Turpen, C. “Leveraging a relationship with biology to expand a relationship with physics.” Phys. Rev. Phys. Educ. Res. 12.1 010136 (2016).

Like dissolves like: Unpacking student reasoning about thermodynamic heuristics

Geller, B.D., Dreyfus, B.W., Gouvea, J.S., Sawtelle, V., Turpen, C. and Redish, E.F. “Like dissolves like: Unpacking student reasoning about thermodynamic heuristics.” Proceedings of the 2013 Physics Education Research Conference, American Association of Physics Teachers. (2014): 157-160.

Management of Acute Appendicitis in the CT Era

K. Tsao, S.D. St. Peter, P.A. Valusek, T.L. Spilde, S.J. Keckler, A. Nair, D.J. Ostlie and G.W. Holcomb III. “Management of Acute Appendicitis in the CT Era.” Contributed Talk, Academic Surgical Congress. (February 2008): Huntington Beach, CA.

Management of Pediatric Acute Appendicitis in the Computed Tomographic Era

K. Tsao, S.D. St. Peter, P.A. Valusek, T.L. Spilde, S.J. Keckler, A. Nair., D.J. Ostlie and G.W. Holcomb III. “Management of Pediatric Acute Appendicitis in the Computed Tomographic Era.” Journal of Surgical Research 147.2 (2008): 221-224.

Measuring the Impact Of Physics "Outreach": University Participation In Informal Learning

K. Hinko. “Measuring the Impact Of Physics "Outreach": University Participation In Informal Learning.” Invited Talk, American Association of Physics Teachers, Winter Meeting. (January 2015).

Methods for Analyzing Pathways through a Physics Major

Aiken, J.M. and Caballero, M.D. “Methods for Analyzing Pathways through a Physics Major.” Proceedings of the Physics Education Research Conference. (2016): 28-31.

Mindset Research in Introductory Physics: Strengths of Student Interview Analyses

Little, A., Sawtelle, V. and Humphrey, B. “Mindset Research in Introductory Physics: Strengths of Student Interview Analyses.” Contributed Poster, AAPT National Meeting. (February 2017): Atlanta, GA.

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.

Multiple pathways to the development of a physics identity

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.

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.

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.” PERC Conf. Proc. (American Association of Physics Teachers). (2014): 247-250.

Negative energy:  Why interdisciplinary physics requires multiple ontologies

Dreyfus, B.W., Geller, B.D., Gouvea, J.S., Sawtelle, V., Turpen, C. and Redish, E.F. “Negative energy:  Why interdisciplinary physics requires multiple ontologies.” Proceedings of the 2013 Physics Education Research Conference, American Association of Physics Teachers. (2014): 129-132.

Negotiating Positionings within Small Groups in Introductory Physics

Lee, M., Sawtelle, V., Stroupe, D., Irving, P.W., Obsniuk, M.J. and Caballero, M.D. “Negotiating Positionings within Small Groups in Introductory Physics.” Contributed Talk and Poster, AAPT National Meeting & 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.” Invited Poster, Annual FIU STEMposium. (January 2016): Miami, FL.

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.” PERC Conf. Proc. (American Association of Physics Teachers). (2015): 219-222.

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.

NEXUS/Physics: An interdisciplinary repurposing of physics for biologists

Redish, E.F, Bauer, C., Carleton, K.L, Cooke, T.J., Cooper, M., Crouch, C.H., Dreyfus, B.W., Geller, B., Giannini, J., Gouvea, J.S., Klymkowsky, M.W., Losert, W., Moore, K., Presson, J., Sawtelle, V., Turpen, C., Thompson, K. “NEXUS/Physics: An interdisciplinary repurposing of physics for biologists.” Amer. J. Phys. 82. (2014): 368–377.

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. 

Ontological metaphors for negative energy in an interdisciplinary context

Dreyfus, B.W., Geller, B.D, Gouvea, J., Sawtelle, V., Turpen, C. and Redish, E.F., “Ontological metaphors for negative energy in an interdisciplinary context.” Phys. Rev. ST—Phys. Educ. Res. 10. 020108 (2014).

Operationalizing criteria to assess interdisciplinary thinking using textbook analysis

Mashood, K.K. “Operationalizing criteria to assess interdisciplinary thinking using textbook analysis.” Talk, STEM Transformation Institute. (January 2017): Florida International University, FL.

P^3: A Practice Focused Learning Environment

Irving, P.W., Obsniuk, M.J. and Caballero, M.D. “P^3: A Practice Focused Learning Environment.” Contributed Poster, Physics Education Research Conference. (July 2017): Cincinnati, OH.

P^3: A Practice Focused Learning Environment

Irving, P.W., Obsniuk, M.J. and Caballero, M.D. “P^3: A Practice Focused Learning Environment.” Accepted EJP. (2017).

https ://arxiv.org/abs /1607.04455

Particle/Antiparticle Ratios in 39 GeV Au+Au Collisions

A. Nair. “Particle/Antiparticle Ratios in 39 GeV Au+Au Collisions.” Contributed Talk, Midwest Critical Mass. (October 2010): University of Toledo, OH.

http://www.phy.ohiou.edu/~frantz/MCM/program.htm

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).

Pedagogical Modalities of University Physics Students in an Afterschool Program

K. Hinko. “Pedagogical Modalities of University Physics Students in an Afterschool Program.” Contributed Talk, American Association of Physics Teachers, Summer Meeting. (July 2015).

Peer Evaluation of Video Lab Reports in a Blended Introductory Physics Course

Douglas, S.S., Lin, S., Aiken, J.M., Thoms, B.D., Greco, E.F., Caballero, M.D. and Schatz, M.F. “Peer Evaluation of Video Lab Reports in a Blended Introductory Physics Course.” Proceedings of the Physics Education Research Conference. (2014): 75-78.

Peer Evaluation of Video Lab Reports in an Introductory Physics MOOC

Lin, S., Douglas, S.S., Aiken, J.M., Liu, C., Greco, E.F., Thoms, B.D., Caballero, M.D. and Schatz, M.F. “Peer Evaluation of Video Lab Reports in an Introductory Physics MOOC.” Proceedings of the Physics Education Research Conference. (2014): 163-166.

Perceptions of Learning and teamwork: Practice-based introductory Physics

Hancock, J. B., Irving, P.W. Caballero, M. D. “Perceptions of Learning and teamwork: Practice-based introductory Physics.” Contributed Poster, Physics Education Research Conference. (July 2015): Maryland, MD.

Perceptions of Learning and Teamwork: Practice-based Introductory Physics

Hancock, J. B., Sawtelle, V., Caballero, M.D. and Stroupe, D. “Perceptions of Learning and Teamwork: Practice-based Introductory Physics.” Contributed Talk, AAPT National Meeting. (July 2015): College Park, MD.

Phenomenological study of researchers experiences of nanoscience and nanotechnology research

Chari, D., Irving, P., Howard, R.G. & Bowe, B. “Phenomenological study of researchers experiences of nanoscience and nanotechnology research.” International Conference on Education, Research and Innovation. (November 2011): Madrid, Spain.

Physics Identity Development: A snapshot of the stages of development of upper-level physics students

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).

Placing the Deep Impact Mission into Context: Two Decades of Observations of 9P/Tempel 1 from McDonald Observatory

Cochran, A., Barker, E.S., Caballero, M.D. and Gyorgey-Ries, J. “Placing the Deep Impact Mission into Context: Two Decades of Observations of 9P/Tempel 1 from McDonald Observatory.” Icarus 199.119 (2009). 

Power Boxes: A New Tool for Understanding Circuits

McPadden, D. Dowd, J. and Brewe, E. “Power Boxes: A New Tool for Understanding Circuits.” Contributed Poster, Annual American Association of Physics Teachers Meeting. (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.

Professional Development of Pre-service Physicists: Affordances and Constraints

E.C. Sayre and P.W. Irving. “Professional Development of Pre-service Physicists: Affordances and Constraints.” Invited Talk, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting. (July 2014): Minneapolis, MN.

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.

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).

Promoting Student Engagement in Scientific Practice in an Introductory Laboratory

A. Nair, V. Sawtelle and M.D. Caballero. “Promoting Student Engagement in Scientific Practice in an Introductory Laboratory.” Contributed Poster, 2016 AAPT Summer Meeting. (July 2016): Sacramento, CA.

Purpose of Representation Use in Modeling Instruction Physics

McPadden, D., Sawtelle, V. and Brewe, E. “Purpose of Representation Use in Modeling Instruction Physics.” Contributed Talk, AAPT National Meeting. (July 2016): Sacramento, CA.

Resource letter: Teaching thermodynamics and statistical mechanics in physics, chemistry, and biology

Dreyfus, B.W., Geller, B.D., Sawtelle, V. and Meltzer, D.E. “Resource letter: Teaching thermodynamics and statistical mechanics in physics, chemistry, and biology.” Amer. J. of Phys. 83. (2015): 5-21.

Rotational kinematics of a particle in rectilinear motion: Perceptions and pitfalls

Mashood K. K. and Vijay A. Singh. “Rotational kinematics of a particle in rectilinear motion: Perceptions and pitfalls.” American Journal of Physics 80.8 (2012): 720-723.

Rotational kinematics of a rigid body about a fixed axis: Development and analysis of an inventory

Mashood, K. K. and Vijay A. Singh. “Rotational kinematics of a rigid body about a fixed axis: Development and analysis of an inventory.” European Journal of Physics 36 (2015): 045020.

Rubric Design for Separating the Roles of Open-Ended Assessments

Doughty, L. and M.D. Caballero. “Rubric Design for Separating the Roles of Open-Ended Assessments.” Proceedings of the Physics Education Research Conference. (2014): 71-74.

Singh Large-scale studies on the transferability of general problem-solving skills and the pedagogic potential of physics

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.

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

Sources of Affect around Interdisciplinary Sense Making

Geller, B.D., Gouvea, J.S., Sawtelle, V. and Turpen, C. “Sources of Affect around Interdisciplinary Sense Making.” Proceedings of the International Conferences of the Learning Sciences. (2014).

Sources of affect in interdisciplinary sense making

Geller, B.D., Dreyfus, B.W., Gouvea, J., Sawtelle, V., Turpen, C. and Redish, E.F. “Sources of affect in interdisciplinary sense making.” Contributed Talk, International Conference of the Learning Sciences. (June 2014): Boulder, CO.

Student discourse about equity in an introductory college physics course

Daane, A.R. and Sawtelle, V. “Student discourse about equity in an introductory college physics course.” Contributed Poster, AAPT National Meeting. (July 2016): Sacramento, CA.

Student Discourse about Equity in an Introductory College Physics Course

Daane, A. and Sawtelle, V. “Student Discourse about Equity in an Introductory College Physics Course.” Physics Education Research Conference, Proceedings of the 2016 Physics Education Research Conference, American Association of Physics Teachers. (2016): 88-91.

Student Ideas around Vector Decomposition in the Upper-Division

Turnbull, A., Doughty, L., Sawtelle, V. and Caballero, M.D. “Student Ideas around Vector Decomposition in the Upper-Division.” Proceedings of the 2015 Physics Education Research Conference, American Association of Physics Teachers. (2015): 295-298.

Student Ideas around Vector Decomposition in the Upper-Division

Turnbull, A., Doughty, L., Sawtelle, V. and Cabellero, M.D. “Student Ideas around Vector Decomposition in the Upper-Division.” Contributed Poster, Physics Education Research Conference. (July 2015): College Park, MD.

Student representation use in Modeling Instruction – E&M: Examining the impacts of the course, content context, and type of mechanics course

McPadden, D. “Student representation use in Modeling Instruction – E&M: Examining the impacts of the course, content context, and type of mechanics course.” Invited Talk, University of Colorado – Boulder Physics Education Seminar. (December 2016): Boulder, CO.

Student Representation Use in Modeling Instruction Physics: Examining the Influence of Physics 1 Course on Representation Use in Physics

McPadden, D. “Student Representation Use in Modeling Instruction Physics: Examining the Influence of Physics 1 Course on Representation Use in Physics.” Invited talk, Seattle Pacific University – University of Washington Physics Education Research Seminar. (September 2016): Seattle, WA.

Student Use of a Single Lecture Video in a Flipped Introductory Mechanics Course

Aiken, J.M., Lin, S., Douglas, S.S., Greco, E.F., Thoms, B.D., Caballero, M.D. and Schatz, M.F. “Student Use of a Single Lecture Video in a Flipped Introductory Mechanics Course.” Proceedings of the Physics Education Research Conference. (2014): 19-22.

Students' engagement in modes of collaboration while solving problems in groups

Pawlak, A., Irving, P.W. and Caballero, M. D. “Students’ engagement in modes of collaboration while solving problems in groups.” Contributed Poster, Physics Education Research Conference. (July 2015): Maryland, MD.

Students' scientific practices in Advanced Lab

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.

Supporting the Physics Identity and Practices of University and K-12 Students through Outreach

K. Hinko. “Supporting the Physics Identity and Practices of University and K-12 Students through Outreach.” Invited Talk, American Physical Society, March Meeting. (March 2014).

Teaching Assistant Interventions that Produce Sense Making Activities

P.W. Irving and E.C. Sayre. “Teaching Assistant Interventions that Produce Sense Making Activities.” Contributed Talk, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting. (July 2012): Philadelphia, PA.

The Colorado Upper-Division Electrostatics (CUE) diagnostic: A conceptual assessment for the junior level

Chasteen, S.V., Pepper, R.E., Caballero, M.D., Pollock, S.J. and Perkins, K.K. “The Colorado Upper-Division Electrostatics (CUE) diagnostic: A conceptual assessment for the junior level.” Phys. Rev. ST Phys. Educ. Res. 8.020108 (2012). 

The effects of formative feedback in introductory physics

Irving, P.W., Sawtelle V. and Caballero, M.D. “The effects of formative feedback in introductory physics.” Contributed Poster, Physics Education Research Conference. (July 2015): Maryland, MD.

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.

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.” PERC Conf. Proc. (American Association of Physics Teachers). (2014): 183-186.

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.” Invited Poster, Annual Physics Education Research Conference. (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.” Invited Poster, Annual FIU STEMposium. (January 2015): Miami, FL.

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.” Invited Talk, Global Physics Department (Online). (Febuary 2015): Miami, FL.

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.

Understanding Student Perceptions of Computational Physics Problems in Introductory Mechanics

Hawkins, N. T., Irving, P.W. and Caballero, M.D. “Understanding Student Perceptions of Computational Physics Problems in Introductory Mechanics.” Contributed Poster, Physics Education Research Conference. (July 2017): Cincinnati, OH.

Understanding the Nuance in Disciplinary Self-Efficacy

Sawtelle, V. and Little, A. “Understanding the Nuance in Disciplinary Self-Efficacy.” Proceedings of the 2015 Physics Education Research Conference, American Association of Physics Teachers. (2015): 295-298. (selected as a Notable Paper)

Understanding the Nuance in Disciplinary Self-Efficacy

Sawtelle, V. and Little, A. “Understanding the Nuance in Disciplinary Self-Efficacy.” Contributed Talk and Poster, AAPT National Meeting & Physics Education Research Conference. (July 2015): College Park, MD.

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.

Unpacking students' use of mathematics in upper-division physics

Caballero, M.D., Wilcox, B.R., Doughty, L. and Pollock, S.J. “Unpacking students’ use of mathematics in upper-division physics.” Eur. J. Phys. 36.065004 (2015). 

Unprompted student-driven metacognitive data from two distinctly different sources

E.C. Sayre and P.W. Irving. “Unprompted student-driven metacognitive data from two distinctly different sources.” Contributed Talk, 5th Biennial Meeting of the EARLI Special Interest Group 16: Metacognition. (September 2012).

Upper level physics students conceptions of understanding

P.W. Irving and E.C. Sayre. “Upper level physics students conceptions of understanding.” Contributed Poster, Physics Education Research Conference. (July 2012): Philadelphia, PA.

Upper Level Physics Students Conceptions Of Understanding

Irving, P.W. and Sayre, E.C. “Upper Level Physics Students Conceptions Of Understanding.” Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings 2012, AIP Conference Proceedings. (2012).

Upper-division Student Understanding of Coulomb's Law: Difficulties with Continuous Charge Distributions

Wilcox, B.R., Caballero, M.D., Pepper, R.E. and Pollock, S.J. “Upper-division Student Understanding of Coulomb’s Law: Difficulties with Continuous Charge Distributions.” Proceedings of the Physics Education Research Conference. 1513 (2012): 418–421.

Upper-Level Physics Students' Perceptions of Physicists

P.W. Irving and E.C. Sayre. “Upper-Level Physics Students’ Perceptions of Physicists.” Contributed Poster, International conference of the learning sciences. (June 2014).

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 Multiple Representations

McPadden, D. “Using Multiple Representations.” Invited Talk, Center for Advancement and Teaching at Florida International University. (March 2015): Miami, FL.

Using Network Analysis to understand representation choices in Modeling Instruction – E&M

McPadden, D. “Using Network Analysis to understand representation choices in Modeling Instruction – E&M.” Invited talk, San Jose State University Education Research Seminar. (October 2016): San Jose, CA.

Using phenomenography to better understand student development with computational physics

Obsniuk, M.J., Irving, P.W., and Caballero, M.D. “Using phenomenography to better understand student development with computational physics.” Contributed Poster, Physics Education Research Conference. (July 2016): Sacramento, CA.

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).

Utilization of Thoracoscopy in Infants and Children

S.D. St. Peter, D.J. Ostlie, A. Nair, K. Tsao and G.W. Holcomb III. “Utilization of Thoracoscopy in Infants and Children.” Contributed Paper Presentation, International Pediatric Endosurgery Group. (September 2007): Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Variation in angular velocity and angular acceleration of a particle in rectilinear motion

Mashood K. K. and Vijay A. Singh. “Variation in angular velocity and angular acceleration of a particle in rectilinear motion.” European Journal of Physics 33 (2012): 473-478.

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.

We know it when we see it: Thinking Like a Physicist

E.C. Sayre and P.W. Irving. “We know it when we see it: Thinking Like a Physicist.” Invited Talk, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting. (January 2014): Orlando, FL.