Dissertations for General Physics
Deese Becht, Sara-Maria Francis
Modeling the effects of multicontextual physics instruction on learner expectations and understanding of force and motion systemsPh.D. thesis, University of Florida.
Hein, Teresa Lee
Digital video, learning styles, and student understanding of kinematics graphsPh.D. thesis, Kansas State University.
A case study of intersections between a physics classroom and industryPh.D. thesis, University of Central Florida.
Jawad, Afif A.
The impact of computer-based interactive instruction (CBII) in improving the teaching-learning process in introductory college physicsPh.D. thesis, Wayne State University.
Keller, Christopher James
Assessing the use of a computer simulation in introductory college physics classroom environmentsMaster's thesis, University of Colorado at Boulder.
Otero, Valerie K.
The process of learning about static electricity and the role of the computer simulatorPh.D. thesis, University of California, San Diego and San Diego State University.
A study of student use of an online message board in an introductory physics classMaster's thesis, Mississippi State University.
Stephens, A. Lynn
Student recognition of visual affordances: Supporting use of physics simulations in whole class and small group settingsPh.D. thesis, University of Massachusetts Amherst.
Titus, Aaron Patrick
Integrating video and animation with physics problem-solving exercises on the World Wide WebPh.D. thesis, North Carolina State University.
Zoubeir, Wassim Fouad
Grafting computer projected simulations and interactive engagement methods within a traditional classroom setting: The influence on secondary level students' understanding of Newtonian mechanics and on attitudes towards physicsPh.D. thesis, The University of Southern Mississippi.