Learning Activities with Technology
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V. Kuo and R Beichner, "Stars of the Big Dipper: A 3-D vector activity," The Physics Teacher 44 (4), 168-172 (2006).
Avi Marchewka, David S. Abbott, and Robert J. Beichner, "Oscillator damped by a constant-magnitude friction force," American Journal of Physics 72 (4), 477-483 (2004).
David S. Abbott, Jeffery M. Saul, George W. Parker, and Robert J. Beichner, "Can one lab make a difference?," American Journal of Physics 68 (S1), S60-S61 (2000).
Robert Beichner, "Visualizing potential surfaces with a spreadsheet," The Physics Teacher 35 (2), 95-97 (1997).
Robert J. Beichner, "Multimedia editing to promote science learning," Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia 3 (1), 55-70 (1994).
Robert Beichner, "Research-guided design of multimedia research tools," Computer Graphics 28, 40-43 (1994).
Ladye K. Wilkinson, John S. Risley, John E. Gastineau, Paula V. Engelhardt, and Scott F. Schultz, “Graphs and Tracks Impresses as a Kinematics Teaching Tool,” Computers in Physics 8, November-December, 1994.
Paula V. Englehardt, Scott F. Schultz, John E. Gastineau, Margaret H. Gjertsen, and John S. Risley, “Teaching the Use of Spreadsheets for Physics,” The Physics Teacher 31:546-547, December, 1993.
Robert J. Beichner, "The effect of simultaneous motion presentation and graph generation in a kinematics lab," Journal of Research in Science Teaching 27 (8), 803-815 (1990).