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The Paradigms Project

  • Corinne A. Manogue, Philip J. Siemens, Janet Tate, and Kerry Browne (Department of Physics) & Margaret L. Niess and Adam J. Wolfer (Department of Science and Mathematics Education), Paradigms in Physics: A New Upper-Division Curriculum, American Journal of Physics 69, 978–990 (2001). (Copyright Notice) (pdf) (html)
  • Corinne A. Manogue and Kenneth S. Krane, Paradigms in Physics: Restructuring the Upper Level, Physics Today 56, 53–58 (2003).(Copyright Notice) (pdf)

Scientific Aspects of the Paradigms Project

  • David H. McIntyre, Using Great Circles to Understand Motion on a Rotating Sphere, American Journal of Physics, 68, 1097–1105 (2000). (Copyright Notice) (pdf) (html)
  • Corinne A. Manogue, Kerry Browne, Tevian Dray, and Barbara Edwards, Why is Ampere's law so hard? A look at middle-division physics, American Journal of Physics, 74, 344–350 (2006). (Copyright Notice) (pdf) (html)
  • David H. McIntyre, Janet Tate, and Corinne Manogue, Integrating computational activities into the upper-level Paradigms in Physics curriculum at Oregon State University, American Journal of Physics, 76, 340–346 (2008) (Copyright Notice) (pdf) (html)
  • Elizabeth Gire & Corinne Manogue, Resources Students Use to Understand Quantum Mechanical Operators, 2008 Physics Education Research Conference, Edmonton, Canada: AIP Conference Proceedings, 1064, 115–118 (2008). pdf
  • Corinne A. Manogue & Elizabeth Gire, Cognitive Development at the Middle-Division Level, 2009 Physics Education Research Conference, Ann Arbor, MI: AIP Conference Proceedings, 1179, 19–22 (2009). pdf
  • Emily van Zee & Corinne A. Manogue, Documenting and Interpreting Ways to Engage Students in ‘Thinking Like a Physicist’, 2010 Physics Education Research Conference, Portland, OR: AIP Conference Proceedings, 1289, 61–64 (2010). pdf
  • Corinne A. Manogue, Leonard Cerny, Elizabeth Gire, Donald B. Mountcastle, Edward Price, and Emily van Zee, Upper-Division Activities that Foster 'Thinking Like a Physicist', 2010 Physics Education Research Conference, Portland, OR: AIP Conference Proceedings, 1289, 37–40 (2010). pdf
  • Corinne Manogue, Elizabeth Gire, David McIntyre, and Janet Tate, Representations for a spins-first approach to quantum mechanics, 2011 Physics Education Research Conference, Omaha, NE: AIP Conference Proceedings, 1413, 27-30 (2011). AIP
  • Elizabeth Gire and Edward Price, Graphical representations of vector functions in upper-division E&M, 2011 Physics Education Research Conference, Omaha, NE: AIP Conference Proceedings, 1413, 55–58 (2011). AIP
  • John R. Thompson, Corinne A. Manogue, David J. Roundy, and Donald B. Mountcastle, Representations of partial derivatives in thermodynamics, 2011 Physics Education Research Conference, Omaha, NE: AIP Conference Proceedings, 1413, 85–88 (2011). AIP
  • Joseph F. Wagner, Corinne A. Manogue, and John R. Thompson, Representations issues: Using mathematics in upper-division physics, 2011 Physics Education Research Conference, Omaha, NE: AIP Conference Proceedings, 1413, 89–92 (2011). AIP
  • Elizabeth Gire and Corinne Manogue, Making sense of quantum operators, eigenstates, and quantum measurements, 2011 Physics Education Research Conference, Omaha, NE: AIP Conference Proceedings, 1413, 195–198 (2011). AIP

Vector Calculus Bridge Project

(Related to the Symmetries and Idealizations and Static Vector Fields Paradigms)

Posters

  • An Expert Path Through a Thermo Maze, Mary Bridget Kustusch, David Roundy, Tevian Dray, & Corinne Manogue, Invited Poster, 2012 Physics Education Research Conference, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Navigating a Thermo Maze, Mary Bridget Kustusch, Corinne Manogue, David Roundy, & Tevian Dray, Contributed Poster, 2012 FFPER:Puget Sound Meeting.
  • Paradigms in Physics, David McIntyre, Contributed Poster for the 2006 Conference on Achieving Systemic Changes in Physics Teaching at Leading Research Universities, Washington, DC.

Student Theses

  • Leonard Cerny (Ph.D. 2012–anticipated), Title to be determined

 


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