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Graduate Theses

 

Matt Kohlmyer, Student performance in computer modeling and problem solving in a modern introductory physics course, PhD, North Carolina State University, 2005.  

Jeanne Morse, Effect of simulations in student understanding of electric field concepts, PhD, North Carolina State University, 2005.

David Abbott, Assessing student understanding of measurement and uncertainty, PhD, North Carolina State University, 2003.

Rhett J. Allain, Investigating the relationship between student difficulties with the concept of electric potential and the concept of rate of change, PhD, North Carolina State University, 2001.

Duane Deardorff, Introductory physics students' treatment of measurement uncertainty, PhD, North Carolina State University, 2001.

Melissa Dancy, Investigating Animations for Assessment with an Animated Version of the Force Concept Inventory, PhD, North Carolina State University, 2000.

Aaron Titus, Integrating video and animation with physics problem solving exercises on the World Wide Web, PhD, North Carolina State University, 1998.

Paula Engelhardt, Examining Students’ Understanding of Electrical Circuits through Multiple-choice Testing and Interviews, PhD, North Carolina State University, 1997.

Kim Benjamin, Student Understanding of Kinematics Graphs, Master's, North Carolina State University, 1997.

 
 
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