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The Paradigms Project

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  • 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)

Scientific Aspects of the Paradigms Project

(Paradigms BiBTeX file)

  • Corinne A. Manogue, Elizabeth Gire, David Roundy, Tangible Metaphors, 2012 Physics Education Research Conference, Portland, OR, pp. 27-30, (2013).
  • Tevian Dray, Using three-dimensional spacetime diagrams in special relativity, American Journal of Physics 81, 593–596 (2013). (AJP listing)
  • Elizabeth Gire, Mary Bridget Kustusch, and Corinne A. Manogue, Supporting and sustaining the holistic development of students into practicing physicists, 2012 Physics Education Research Conference, Philadelphia, PA: AIP Conference Proceedings, 1513, 19-22 (2012). (AIP Conference Proceedings listing)
  • 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
  • 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 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
  • 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)

E & M

  • Justyna P. Zwolak and Corinne A. Manogue, Assessing student reasoning in upper-division electricity and magnetism at Oregon State University, Physical Review Special Topics – Physics Education Research 11, 020125 (2015).
  • Elizabeth Gire and Edward Price, Arrows as Anchors: Conceptual Blending and Student Use of Electric Field Vector Arrows, 2012 Physics Education Research Conference, Philadelphia, PA: AIP Conference Proceedings, 1513, 150–153 (2012).
  • 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
  • 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)

Thermodynamics

  • Tevian Dray, Elizabeth Gire, Corinne A. Manogue, and David Roundy, Interpreting Derivatives, PRIMUS (submitted; invited paper).
  • David J. Roundy, Eric Weber, Grant Sherer, and Corinne A. Manogue, Experts' Understanding of Partial Derivatives Using the Partial Derivative Machine, 2014 Physics Education Research Conference, Minneapolis, MN, pp. 227-230, 2014. (ComPADRE)
  • David Roundy, Ayush Gupta, Joseph F. Wagner, Tevian Dray, Mary Bridget Kustusch and Corinne A. Manogue From Fear to Fun in Thermodynamics, 2013 Physics Education Research Conference, Portland, OR, pp. 42–45, 2013.
  • Grant Sherer, Mary Bridget Kustusch, Corinne A. Manogue, and David RoundyThe Partial Derivative Machine, 2013 Physics Education Research Conference, Portland, OR, pp. 341–344, 2013.
  • David Roundy, Michael Rogers, Exploring the Thermodynamics of a Rubber Band, American Journal of Physics, 81, 20–23 (2013) (Copyright Notice) (pdf) (html)
  • Mary Bridget Kustusch, David Roundy, Tevian Dray and Corinne A. Manogue, An expert path through a thermo maze, 2012 Physics Education Research Conference, Philadelphia, PA: AIP Conference Proceedings, 1513, 234-237 (2012).
  • 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

Quantum Mechanics

  • Emily M. Smith, Justyna P. Zwolak, and Corinne A. Manogue, Student difficulties with complex numbers, 2015 Physics Education Research Conference, College Park, MD, pp. 311–314, 2015. (ComPADRE)
  • 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).(pdf) (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). (pdf) (AIP)
  • 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)

Computation

  • 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)

Vector Calculus Bridge Project

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

(Bridge BiBTeX file)

Posters

  • Tangible Metaphors, Corinne A. Manogue, Elizabeth Gire, David Roundy, 2013 Physics Education Research Conference, Portland, OR.
  • 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.
  • Name the Experiment, Corinne Manogue, David Roundy, & Emily van Zee, Slides, 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.

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