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Math Physics: References

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Papers

 

  1. Epistemic complexity and the journeyman-expert transition, T. J. Bing and E. F. Redish, submitted to PR-STPER (March, 2011). 
  2. Making Meaning with Math in Physics: A Semantic Analysis, E. F. Redish and A. Gupta, GIREP Conf. Proc., Leicester, UK, August 20, 2009.
  3. Analyzing Problem Solving Using Math in Physics: Epistemological framing via warrants, T. J. Bing and E. F. Redish, Phys. Rev. STPER5, 020108 (2009). 15 pages
  4. Using warrants as a window to epistemic framing, T. J. Bing and E. F. Redish,Proceedings of the Physics Education Research Conference, Edmonton, AB, July 2008,AIP  Conf. Proc. 1064, 71-74 (2008).
  5. The Cognitive Blending of Mathematics and Physics Knowledge, T.J. Bing and E. F. Redish, in Proceedings of the Physics Education Research Conference, Syracuse, NY, August 2006AIP Conf. Proc883, 26-29 (2007).
  6. Elements of a Cognitive Model of Physics Problem Solving: Epistemic Games, J. Tuminaro and E. F. Redish, Phys. Rev. STPER3, 020101 (2007).
  7. Knowledge Organization and Activation in Physics Problem Solving, M. Sabella and E. F. Redish, Am. J. Phys. 75, 1017-1029 (2007).
  8. Making sense of the Legendre transformation, R. K.-P. Zia, E. F. Redish, and S. R. McKay, Am. J. Phys. 77, 614-622 (2009).
  9. Looking Beyond Content: Skill development for engineers, E. F. Redish and K. A. Smith, Journal of Engineering Education 97, 295-307 (July 2008).
  10. Symbolic manipulators affect mathematical mindsets, T.J. Bing and E. F. Redish, Am. J. Phys. 76, 418-424 (2008).
  11. Coordination of Mathematical and Physics Resources by Physics Graduate Students, A. Gupta, E. F. Redish, and D. Hammer, in Proceedings of the Physics Education Research Conference, Greensboro, NC, July 2007AIP Conf. Proc951, 104-107 (2008)
  12. Reverse Engineering the Solution of a "Simple" Physics Problem: Why learning physics is harder than it looks, E. F. Redish, R. E. Scherr, and J. Tuminaro, published in a slightly abbreviated version in The Physics Teacher44, 293-300 (May, 2006). 
  13. Problem Solving and the Use of Math in Physics Courses, E. F. Redish, to be published in Proceedings of the Conference, World View on Physics Education in 2005: Focusing on Change, Delhi, August 21-26, 2005
  14.  Understanding students poor performance on mathematical problem solving in physics, J. Tuminaro and E. F. Redish, in Proceedings of the Physics Education Research Conference, Madison, WI, August 2003AIP Conf. Proc720 , 11-14 (2004) 

 

Dissertations

 

  1. J. Tuminaro (2004) A cognitive framework for analyzing and describing introductory students' use and understanding of mathematics in physics, U. of Md., Department of Physics.
  2. T. Bing (2008) An Epistemic Framing Analysis of Upper-Level Physics Students' Use of Mathematics, U. of Md., Department of Physics
  3. S. R. Jones (2010) Applying Mathematics to Physics and Engineering: Symbolic forms of the integral, U. of Md., Department of Curriculum & Instruction. 

 

 

 

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