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Adams, W.K., K.K. Perkins, N.S. Podolefsky, M. Dubson, N.D. Finkelstein, and C.E. Wieman, 2006. A new instrument for measuring student beliefs about physics and learning physics: The Colorado Learning Attitudes about Science Survey. Physical Review Special Topics—Physics Education Research 2(1):010101-1.

American Institute of Physics. 2001. What’s important? Physics Trends, Fall. AIP Statistical Research Center. Available at http://www.aip.org/statistics/trends/reports/fall01a.pdf.

Beichner, R.J., Saul, J.M., Allain, R.J., Deardorff, D.L., and Abbott, D.S. 2000. Introduction to SCALE UP: Student-Centered Activities for Large Enrollment University Physics. Proceedings of the 2000 Annual Meeting of the American Society for Engineering Education. Session 2380. Available at http://www.ncsu.edu/PER/Articles/01ASEE_paper_S-UP.pdf.

Belcher, J.W. 2003. Improving Student Understanding with TEAL. The MIT Faculty Newsletter 16(2):1 and 8-11.

Breslow, L. 2010. Wrestling with Pedagogical Change: The TEAL Initiative at MIT. Change: The Magazine of Higher Learning 42(5):23-29.

Carrell, S., and J. West. 2010. Does professor quality matter? Evidence from random assignment of students to professors. Journal of Political Economy 118:409-432.

Etkina, E., Van Heuvelen, A., White-Brahmia, S., Brookes, D.T., Gentile, M., Murthy, S., Rosengrant, D., and Warren, A. 2006. Scientific abilities and their assessment. Physical Review Special Topics—Physics Education Research 2:020103.

Franz, J.R. 1995. Improving the Climate for Women in Physics. American Physical Society. Available at http://www.aps.org/programs/education/conferences/chairs/1995/upload/climate.pdf; accessed on June 19, 2012.

Halloun, I., and Hestenes, D. 1985. The initial knowledge state of college physics students. American Journal of Physics 53:1043-1055.

Kohlmyer, M.A., Caballero, M.D., Catrambone, R., Chabay, R.W., Ding, L., Haugan, M.P., Jackson Marr, M., Sherwood, B.A., and Schatz, M.F. 2009. A tale of two curricula: The performance of two thousand students in introductory electromagnetism. Physical Review Special Topics—Physics Education Research 5:020105.

Laws, P. 1991. Calculus-based physics without lectures. Physics Today 44(12):24-31.

———. 1997. Workshop Physics Activity Guide.John Wiley and Sons, New York, N.Y.

Laws, P.W., Teese, R.B., Willis, M.C., and Cooney, P.J. 2009. Physics with Video Analysis. Vernier, Portland, Ore.



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D Additional Suggested Reading Material CHAPTER 2 Adams, W.K., K.K. Perkins, N.S. Podolefsky, M. Dubson, N.D. Finkelstein, and C.E. Wieman, 2006. A new instru- ment for measuring student beliefs about physics and learning physics: The Colorado Learning Attitudes about Science Survey. Physical Review Special Topics—Physics Education Research 2(1):010101-1. American Institute of Physics. 2001. What’s important? Physics Trends, Fall. AIP Statistical Research Center. Avail- able at http://www.aip.org/statistics/trends/reports/fall01a.pdf. Beichner, R.J., Saul, J.M., Allain, R.J., Deardorff, D.L., and Abbott, D.S. 2000. Introduction to SCALE UP: S ­ tudent-Centered Activities for Large Enrollment University Physics. Proceedings of the 2000 Annual Meet- ing of the American Society for Engineering Education. Session 2380. Available at http://www.ncsu.edu/PER/ Articles/01ASEE_paper_S-UP.pdf. Belcher, J.W. 2003. Improving Student Understanding with TEAL. The MIT Faculty Newsletter 16(2):1 and 8-11. Breslow, L. 2010. Wrestling with Pedagogical Change: The TEAL Initiative at MIT. Change: The Magazine of Higher Learning 42(5):23-29. Carrell, S., and J. West. 2010. Does professor quality matter? Evidence from random assignment of students to professors. Journal of Political Economy 118:409-432. Etkina, E., Van Heuvelen, A., White-Brahmia, S., Brookes, D.T., Gentile, M., Murthy, S., Rosengrant, D., and Warren, A. 2006. Scientific abilities and their assessment. Physical Review Special Topics—Physics Education Research 2:020103. Franz, J.R. 1995. Improving the Climate for Women in Physics. American Physical Society. Available at http://www. aps.org/programs/education/conferences/chairs/1995/upload/climate.pdf; accessed on June 19, 2012. Halloun, I., and Hestenes, D. 1985. The initial knowledge state of college physics students. American Journal of Physics 53:1043-1055. Kohlmyer, M.A., Caballero, M.D., Catrambone, R., Chabay, R.W., Ding, L., Haugan, M.P., Jackson Marr, M., Sherwood, B.A., and Schatz, M.F. 2009. A tale of two curricula: The performance of two thousand students in introductory electromagnetism. Physical Review Special Topics—Physics Education Research 5:020105. Laws, P. 1991. Calculus-based physics without lectures. Physics Today 44(12):24-31. ———. 1997. Workshop Physics Activity Guide.John Wiley and Sons, New York, N.Y. Laws, P.W., Teese, R.B., Willis, M.C., and Cooney, P.J. 2009. Physics with Video Analysis. Vernier, Portland, Ore. 122

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