Student reasoning about measurement uncertainty in an introductory lab course

@article{Lewandowski2018StudentRA,
  title={Student reasoning about measurement uncertainty in an introductory lab course},
  author={Heather Lewandowski and Robert Dean Hobbs and Jacob T. Stanley and Dimitri R. Dounas-Frazer and Benjamin Pollard},
  journal={arXiv: Physics Education},
  year={2018},
  pages={244-247}
}
Proficiency with calculating, reporting, and understanding measurement uncertainty is a nationally recognized learning outcome for undergraduate physics lab courses. The Physics Measurement Questionnaire (PMQ) is a research-based assessment tool that measures such understanding. The PMQ was designed to characterize student reasoning into point or set paradigms, where the set paradigm is more aligned with expert reasoning. We analyzed over 500 student open-ended responses collected at the… Expand

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