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C. Walsh, K. Quinn, C. Wieman, and N. Holmes, Phys. Rev. Phys. Educ. Res., 15 (1), 010135 (2019).
Introductory physics lab instruction is undergoing a transformation, with increasing emphasis on developing experimentation and critical thinking skills. These changes present a need…
  
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B. Wilcox and H. Lewandowski, Phys. Rev. Phys. Educ. Res., 13 (09), 023101 (2017).
Laboratory courses represent a unique and potentially important component of the undergraduate physics curriculum, which can be designed to allow students to authentically engage…
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B. Wilcox and H. Lewandowski, Am. J. Phys., 86 (3), 212-219 (2018).
Within the undergraduate physics curriculum, students' primary exposure to experimental physics comes from laboratory courses. Thus, as experimentation is a core component of physics…
  
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D. Hu, B. Zwickl, B. Wilcox, and H. Lewandowski, Phys. Rev. Phys. Educ. Res., 13 (11), 020134 (2017).
This study examines students’ reasoning surrounding seemingly contradictory Likert-scale responses within five items in the Colorado Learning Attitudes About Science Survey for…
  
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B. Wilcox and H. Lewandowski; Publisher: American Physical Society, Phys. Rev. Phys. Educ. Res., 13 (1), 010108 (2017).
Physics laboratory courses have been generally acknowledged as an important component of the undergraduate curriculum, particularly with respect to developing students’ interest in,…
  
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J. Stanley, D. Dounas-Frazer, L. Kiepura, and H. Lewandowski
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J. Stanley, D. Dounas-Frazer, L. Kiepura, and H. Lewandowski, PERC 2016 Proceedings, 336-339.
The development of students' sense of ownership of their work is recognized by many lab instructors to be an important outcome of lab courses. However, the way ownership manifests,…
  
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B. Wilcox and H. Lewandowski, Phys. Rev. Phys. Educ. Res., 12 (2), 020132 (2016).
Improving students’ understanding of the nature of experimental physics is often an explicit or implicit goal of undergraduate laboratory physics courses. However, lab activities in…
  
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R. Tagg
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R. Tagg, 2015 Conference on Laboratory Instruction Beyond the First Year of College, 100-103 (2015).
Students need a wide array of practical skills and knowledge in order to pursue advanced laboratory work, research, innovation, and technical jobs in industry. This knowledge begins…
  
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S. Robinson, G. Roland, C. Bosse, and E. Zayas
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S. Robinson, G. Roland, C. Bosse, and E. Zayas, 2015 Conference on Laboratory Instruction Beyond the First Year of College, 92-95 (2015).
We report preliminary observations of changes in responses to student surveys over a five year period in an advanced laboratory course for third-year physics majors at the…
  
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M. Eblen-Zayas
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M. Eblen-Zayas, 2015 Conference on Laboratory Instruction Beyond the First Year of College, 28-31 (2015).
Two years ago, the advanced lab course at Carleton College switched to using electronic lab notebooks (ELNs) instead of traditional paper lab notebooks. In the wake of this change, a…