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We describe a modeling approach to help students learn expert problem solving. Models are used to present and hierarchically organize the syllabus content and apply it to problem solving, but students do not develop and validate their own Models through guided discovery. Instead, students classify problems under the appropriate instructor-generated Model by… (More)

We have given a group of 56 MIT seniors who took mechanics as freshmen a written test similar to the final exam they took in their freshman course, plus the Mechanics Baseline Test (MBT) and Colorado Learning Attitudes about Science Survey (CLASS) standard instruments. Students in majors unrelated to physics scored 60% lower on the written analytic part of… (More)

- Raluca E. Teodorescu, Daniel T. Seaton, +5 authors David E. Pritchard
- 2011

We have surveyed what various groups of instructors and students think students should learn in introductory physics. We started with a Delphi Study based on interviews with experts, then developed orthogonal responses to "what should we teach non-physics majors besides the current syllabus topics?" AAPT attendees, atomic researchers, and PERC08 attendees… (More)

- Saif Rayyan, Colin Fredericks, +6 authors David E. Pritchard
- J. Comp. Assisted Learning
- 2016

Copying a few answers from another student's math or science homework assignment occurs much more frequently than copying on examinations, is rarely prosecuted by discipline committees, and is regarded as " not cheating " or " trivial " by over half of college students nationally. Now Palazzo et. al. show that homework copying is not " trivial " because it… (More)

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