Found 41 results

How Students Find Derivatives from Contour Graphs." (Submitted).

"Introducing thermodynamic potentials with the Partial Derivatives Machine." *American Journal of Physics* (Submitted).

"Structural features of external representations and implications for physics instruction." (Submitted).

"A tool to teach and evaluate students' partial differentiation resources in thermodynamics." *American Journal of Physics* (Submitted).

"Design tactics in curriculum development: Examples from the Paradigms in Physics Ring Cycle." *Physical Review Physics Education Research* 16 (2020).

"Research-based Quantum Instruction: Paradigms and Tutorials." *Physical Review Physics Education Research* 16 (2020).

"Interpreting Derivatives." *PRIMUS* (2017).

"Assessing Student Reasoning in Upper-division Electricity and Magnetism at Oregon State University,." *Physical Review Special Topics Physics Education Research* 11 (2015): 020125.

"Name the Experiment! Interpreting Thermodynamic Derivatives As Thought Experiments." *American Journal of Physics* 82 (2014): 39-46.

"Partial Derivative Games in Thermodynamics: A Cognitive Task Analysis." *Physical Review Special Topics Physics Education Research* 10 (2014): 010101.

"Representations issues: Using mathematics in upper-division physics." *American Journal of Physics* 1413 (2011): 89-92.

"Documenting and Interpreting Ways to Engage Students in `thinking like a Physicist'." *American Institute of Physics* 1289 (2010): 61-64.

"Upper-division Activities That Foster `thinking like a Physicist'." *American Institute of Physics* 1289 (2010): 37-40.

"The Geometry of the Dot and Cross Products." * Journal of Online Mathematics and Its Applications* 6 (2006).

"Why is Ampere's law so hard? A look at middle-division physics." *American Journal of Physics* 74 (2006): 344-350.

"The Murder Mystery Method for Determining Whether a Vector Field is Conservative." *College Mathematics Journal* 34 (2003): 238-241.

"Spherical Coordinates." *College Mathematics Journal* 34 (2003): 168-169.

"Using Differentials to Bridge the Vector Calculus Gap." *College Mathematics Journal* 34 (2003): 283-290.

"Electromagnetic Conic Sections." *American Journal of Physics* 70 (2002): 1129-1135.

" The Vector Calculus Gap: Mathematicsâ‰ Physics." *PRIMUS* 9 (1999): 21-28.

"