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Joe Redish: Selected Presentations

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  1. The bond energy misconception as a cross-disciplinary miscommunication: A resources analysis and a modest instructional proposal, E. F. Redish [Gordon Conference on Chemistry Education Research, Lewiston, ME, June 18, 2019.] 
  2. Can we talk? The challenge of cross-disciplinary STEM instruction and communication, E. F. Redish [Benhold Lecture, George Washington University, November 1, 2018]. 
  3. Using math in introductory physics: They're measurements, not numbers! E. F. Redish, M. Eichenlaub, & D. Hemingway  [contributed paper presented at AAPT Summer Meeting, Washington, DC, July 30 2018]  
  4. Learning to use math in science: Teaching epistemic tools, E. F. Redish, M. Eichenlaub, & D. Hemingway  [poster presented at PERC 2018, Washington, DC, August 2018]. 
  5. Teaching biology students to use math in science: Uncovering issues of language, culture, and identity, E. F. Redish, M. Eichenlaub, D. Hemingway, & C. Turpen [poster presented at PERC 2017, Cincinnati, OH, July 2017].
  6. Interdisciplinary teaching as inter-cultural research, E. F. Redish & C. Turpen [poster presented at TRUSE 2017, St. Paul, MN, July 2017]. 
  7. Rethinking Introductory Physics for Life Science Students: A model for deep curriculum reform, E. F. Redish, Physics colloquium, Winona University, March 2016.
  8. Drawing physical insight from mathematics using epistemic games, M. Eichenlaub, D. Hemingway, & E. F. Redish [poster presented at AAAS STEM Symposium, April, 2016, Washington DC]. 
  9. Learning to use math in science, E. F. Redish, Physics Colloquium, U. of Washington, Seattle WA,  October 2015. 
  10. Analyzing the competency of mathematical modeling in physics, E. F. Redish [plenary talk, GIREP conference, Wrocław, Poland, 10. July, 2015] 
  11. Barriers students face in learning to use math in science, E. F. Redish [invited seminar, Science Education Department, Weizmann Institute, Rehovoth, Israel, 23. March 2015] 
  12. Interdisciplinary energy: Can toy models from physics help students make sense of challenging chemical concepts? [invited seminar, Chemistry Education Research Group, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, February 7, 2015] 
  13. How should we think about how our students think? E. F. Redish [invited colloquium, San Francisco State University, 8. Dec. 2014] 
  14. Bridging the silos: Opening a connection between physics and biology instruction, E. F. Redish, keynote address, BioQuest 2014, Newark, DE, June 21, 2014.  
  15. Examining the Connection Between Physics and Biology Instruction Through Three Lenses: Content, Cognition, and Culture,E. F. Redish, invited talk, Gordon Research Conference on Physics Research and Education, South Hadley, MA, June 8, 2014. 
  16. How should we think about how our students think? Edward F. Redish [18. November 2013, Yale STEM Education seminar; 30. September 2013, Harvard Physics Colloquium]
  17. The NEXUS/Physics class: What does physics have to offer biology and pre-med students? Edward F. Redish [17. February, 2013, AAAS National Meeting, Boston, MA.]
  18. The implications of a theoretical framework for physics education research, Edward F. Redish [7. January, 2013, Oersted Lecture, AAPT National Winter Meeting, New Orleans, LA.]
  19. Rethinking physics for biologists: Adapting to a major new service course constituency, Edward F. Redish [25.September, 2012, invited colloquium, Physics Department, Georgetown University, Washington DC]
  20. Framing, Epistemology, and All That Jazz: Why it Matters, Edward F. Redish & Vashti Sawtelle [30. July 2012, invited talk, AAPT National Summer Meeting, Philadelphia, PA.]
  21. The role of context and culture in teaching physics: The implication of disciplinary differences, Edward F. Redish [1. July 2012, keynote address, World Conference in Physics Education 2012, Istanbul, Turkey.]
  22. Adding value through interdisciplinary conversations, Edward F. Redish [3. June 2012, plenary talk, 2nd Conference on Transforming Research in Undergraduate STEM Education (TRUSE), St. Paul, MN.]
  23. Teaching physics to biologists: Can we do (some) statistical mechanics in Physics I? Edward F. Redish [6 December, 2011,  invited seminar, Statistical Physics Research group, Dept. of Physics, U. of MD, College Park, MD.]
  24. Thoughts on teaching while listening to Ravel's "Bolero", Edward F. Redish [6 October, 2011, STEM Colloquium, NDSU, Fargo, ND.]
  25. Rethinking physics for biologists: Considering value added, Edward F. Redish [7 October, 2011, physics seminar, NDSU, Fargo, ND.]
  26. Reforming physics for biologists and pre-meds: disciplinary barriers, Edward F. Redish [2 August, 2011, AAPT National Meeting, Omaha, NE.] 
  27. Teaching my students to think - even when they don't want to! Edward F. Redish [29 March, 2011, invited seminar, Biology Teaching and Learning Center, U. of Maryland, College Park.] 
  28. Why having a theory of learning changes what I do in class on Monday, Edward F. Redish [6 November, 2010, invited talk, Workshop for New Physics and Astronomy Faculty, Reunion Meeting, College Park, MD] 
  29. They said what?! Making sense of our students' (occasional) lack of sense, Edward F. Redish [26. August, 2010, invited talk, TA Training Workshop, U. of Maryland Center for Teach Excellence, College Park, MD]
  30. New Lenses on Developing Physics Expertise, Edward F. Redish, [7. August, 2010, Upper Division Physics Education Research Conference, Wabash College, Crawfordsville, IN] 
  31. Introducing Students to the Culture of physics -- Explicating elements of the hidden curriculum, Edward F. Redish [22 July 2010, plenary talk at the Physics Education Research Conference, Portland, OR].
  32. Characterizing Expertise in Physics Problem Solving, Edward Redish and Tom Bing [20 July 2010, AAPT National Meeting, Portland, OR]. 
  33. The Hidden Curriculum: What do we really want our students to learn in a STEM class? [1 April 2010, workshop presented at Teaching Academy, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM].
  34. Resources: A Theoretical Framework for Physics Education, Edward F. Redish and Eleanor C. Sayre [17 August, 2009, poster presented at GIREP 2009, Leicester, UK]. (references)
  35. Using Math in Physics: Warrants and Epistemological Framing, Edward F. Redish and Thomas J. Bing, [18 August, 2009, poster presented at GIREP 2009, Leicester, UK]. (references)
  36. Transforming the Physics Education of Undergraduate Biology Students in Introductory Physics and Biology Courses, Edward F. Redish, Todd J. Cooke, Heather D. Dobbins, and Kristi L. Hall, [19 August, 2009, poster presented at GIREP 2009, Leicester, UK].
  37. Making Meaning with Math in Physics, Edward F. Redish and Ayush Gupta [20 August, 2009, contributed talk presented at GIREP 2009, Leicester, UK]. 
  38. Problem solving and the use of math in physics courses, Edward F. Redish [25. September, 2008, invited seminar, Stanford University Physics Department] 
  39. How People Learn Physics, Edward F. Redish [1 August, 2008, invited talk presented at Education Conference of the American Association of Physicists in Medicine, Houston, TX]. 
  40. Do external mathematical tools affect how students think about physics? Edward F. Redish and Tom Bing, [June 9, 2008, invited talk presented at the Gordon Research Conference, Bryant U., RI] 
  41. Components of a Cognitive Theory for Education: Implications for the Use of Math in Physics Courses, Edward F. Redish [17 May, 2007, invited seminar, Physics Education Group, UIUC, IL.]
  42. Content is not enough: Helping students learn to "think science" with DBER, Edward F. Redish [12 October, 2006, invited seminar, Dept. of Chemistry, UNH, NH.]
  43. The Challenge of Interdisciplinary STEM Service Classes: How can physics, chemistry, math, and computer science support a redesigned biology curriculum?, Edward F. Redish [2 August, 2006, invited talk, Biennial Conference on Chemical Education, West Lafayette, IN.]
  44. Why having a theory of learning changes what I do in class on Monday, Edward F. Redish [25 July, 2006, invited talk, AAPT National Summer Meeting, Syracuse, NY.]
  45. Uses and limitations of epistemological surveys for informing course design, Tim McCaskey, Andy Elby, and Edward F. Redish, presented by TM [26 July, 2006, invited talk, AAPT National Summer Meeting, Syracuse, NY.]
  46. Does PER need theory? If so, what kind?, Edward F. Redish [15 August, 2005, Plenary invited talk, Foundations and Frontiers of Physics Education Research Conference, Bar Harbor, ME.]
  47. Problem Solving and the Use of Math in Physics Courses, Edward F. Redish [17 November, 2004, Colloquium at Washington University, St. Louis, MO and Purdue University, Lafayette, IN.]
  48. Physics Education Research: A personal historic overview, [October 19,2004] Invited talk presented at CASEE Advisory Board meeting, Savannah, Georgia
  49. Cognitive Models Matter for Creating and Interpreting Classroom Measurements, Edward F. Redish, Andy Elby, and Tim McCaskey, [4 August 2004, Invited talk AAPT National Meeting, Scramentao CA.
  50. The Future of Physics Education: Building an applied science? Edward F. Redish [15 November, 2003, APS-AAPT Joint Regional Meeting, Berkeley, California]
  51. Our Model of How a Student "Works": Does it matter for teaching science? Edward F. Redish [23 June, 2002, Conference on Integrating Science and Math Education Research, Orono, Maine]
  52. Developing Student Expectations in Algebra-Based Physics Edward F. Redish [23 June, 2002, Conference on Integrating Science and Math Education Research, Orono, Maine]
  53. Thinking About Thinking: Making the transition from classical to quantum physics Edward F. Redish [9 June, 2002, Gordon Research Conference on Physics Research and Education: Quantum Mechanics, Mount Holyoke, Massachusetts]
  54. Teaching Physics for Other Sciences and Engineering: What do we have to offer? Edward F. Redish [13 April, 2002, Regional AAPT Meeting, Orlando, FL] (HTML version only)
  55. Metacognition and instructional design: Theory-driven goals and methods in a large university physics class Edward F. Redish [14 September, 2001, Ganiel Symposium, Rehovoth, Israel] (pdf version)
  56. Astro 101:Rethinking the GoalsEdward F. Redish (12 May, 2001, AAS Symposium, Berkeley, CA) (pdf version)
  57. Building a Science of Teaching Edward F. Redish (21 February, 2001, Indiana University SOTL Symposium, Bloomington, IN) (pdf version)
  58. What can astronomy education learn from physics education research? Edward F. Redish (10 January, 2001, AAPT/AAS National Meeting, San Diego, CA) (pdf version)
  59. Seeing the Light: What's so hard about teaching optics?, Edward F. Redish (26. October, 2000, The Optical Society, Providence, RI) (pdf version)
  60. Using the culture of science to learn how to teach science, Edward F. Redish (4. May, 1999, MIT, Cambridge, MA)
  61. Making sense of what happens in physics classes: Analyzing student learning, Edward F. Redish (24 March, 1999, APS Centennial Meeting, Atlanta, GA)
  62. Using the computer in teaching physics: Can it really help students learn?, Edward. F. Redish (11 January 99, AAPT Winter Meeting, Anaheim, CA)
  63. The role of physics education research in reforming undergraduate education, Edward. F. Redish (3 October 98, Revitalization of Physics Education Meeting, Arlington, VA)
  64. Millikan Award Lecture: Building a science of teaching physics, Edward. F. Redish (6 August 98, AAPT Summer Meeting, Lincoln NE)
  65. New models of learning and teaching (10 May 97, Conference of Physics Dept. Chairs, Undergraduate Education in Physics: Responding to Changing Expectations, College Park MD)
  66. Student difficulties with energy in quantum mechanics, Edward F. Redish, Lei Bao, and Pratibha Jolly (7 January 97 AAPT Winter Meeting, Phoenix, AZ)
  67. Measuring student expectations in university physics: The MPEX survey, Edward F. Redish (6 January 97 AAPT Winter Meeting, Phoenix, AZ)
  68. Discipline-based education and education research: The case of physics, Edward F. Redish, Invited talk, presented at workshop "The Sciences of Science Learning", National Academy of Sciences, September 6, 1996.
  69. Student difficulties with math in physics: Giving meaning to symbols, E. F. Redish, Richard N. Steinberg, and Jeffery M. Saul ( 9 August 96 AAPT Summer Meeting, College Park MD)
  70. Student difficulties with math in physics: Why canít students apply what they learn in math class? ,Richard N. Steinberg, Jeffery M. Saul, Michael C. Wittmann, Edward F. Redish (9 August 96 AAPT Summer Meeting, College Park MD)
  71. Identifying student difficulties with the propagation of mechanical waves, Michael C. Wittmann, Edward F. Redish, Richard N. Steinberg (9 August 96 AAPT Summer Meeting, College Park MD)
  72. Student difficulties with quantum mechanics, Lei Bao, Pratibha Jolly, and Edward F. Redish (8 August 96 AAPT Summer Meeting, College Park MD)
  73. Student difficulties with superposition of mechanical waves, Michael C. Wittmann, Edward F. Redish, Richard Steinberg (2 March 96 AAPT Regional Meeting)

 

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