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===== Example of Small Group Conversation about Geometric and Algebraic Representations of a Physical Quantity ===== ===== Example of Small Group Conversation about Geometric and Algebraic Representations of a Physical Quantity =====
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This video clip starts at 54:42 and ends at 58:17 in the video 071026Ph422Grp6.mov This video clip starts at 54:42 and ends at 58:17 in the video 071026Ph422Grp6.mov
-//This interpretative narrative is based upon a video of the class session and discussions with the instructor and the director of the Physics Paradigms Program, Corinne Manogue, and Len Cerny, a doctoral students.  A postdoc, Elizabeth Gire, interacts with a small group in the video. In writing the narrative, Emily van Zee drew upon her research in the tradition of ethnography of communication (Hymes, 1972; Philipsen & Coutu, 2004; van Zee & Minstrell, 1997a,b), a discipline that studies cultures through the language phenomena observed.  This interpretative narrative presents an example of students growing into participants in the culture of “thinking like a physicist.”//+//This interpretative narrative is based upon a video of the class session and discussions with the instructor and the director of the Physics Paradigms Program, Corinne Manogue, and Len Cerny, a doctoral student.  A postdoc, Elizabeth Gire, interacts with a small group in the video. In writing the narrative, Emily van Zee drew upon her research in the tradition of ethnography of communication (Hymes, 1972; Philipsen & Coutu, 2004; van Zee & Minstrell, 1997a,b), a discipline that studies cultures through the language phenomena observed.  This interpretative narrative presents an example of students growing into participants in the culture of “thinking like a physicist.”//

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