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A hierarchical model of the development of student understanding of momentum

Journal Article published Jan 1996 in International Journal of Science Education volume 18 issue 1 on pages 75 to 89

Authors: Ted Graham, John Berry

The history of physics and European physics education

Journal Article published Jul 1996 in Science & Education volume 5 issue 3 on pages 235 to 246

Authors: Fabio Bevilacqua, Enrico Giannetto

On the history of national physics in physics teaching

Journal Article published Jul 1996 in Science & Education volume 5 issue 3 on pages 313 to 318

Authors: Juraj Šebesta

Discovering the conservation of momentum through the use of a computer simulation of a one-dimensional elastic collision

Journal Article published Jul 1972 in Science Education volume 56 issue 3 on pages 337 to 344

Authors: John M. Boblick

Momentum and kinetic energy: Confusable concepts in secondary school physics

Journal Article published Sep 2009 in Journal of Research in Science Teaching volume 46 issue 7 on pages 739 to 761

Authors: T.G.K. Bryce, K. MacMillan

Education in Scientific Atheism in Physics Lessons

Journal Article published Nov 1961 in Soviet Education volume 4 issue 1 on pages 31 to 33

Authors: M. S. Khushinskii

Connecting research in physics education with teacher education

Journal Article published 2000 in Science Education volume 84 issue 5 on pages 685 to 687

Authors: Shelley Yeo, David Treagust

Momentum Through Course-Completion Patterns Among 2-Year College Students Beginning in STEM: Variations and Contributing Factors

Journal Article published 2 Dec 2017 in Research in Higher Education volume 59 issue 6 on pages 704 to 743

Research funded by Division of Undergraduate Education (DUE-1430642)

Authors: Hsun-Yu Chan, Xueli Wang

Using computer simulation to aid the interactive learning of physics in secondary education

Journal Article published 26 Jun 2018 in Physics Education volume 53 issue 5 on page 055006

Authors: Sławomir Binek, Damian Kimla, Jerzy Jarosz, Krzysztof Styc

Book Review: New Laboratory Experiments in Practical Physics. to Accompany Black and Davis' “New Practical Physics.”NEW LABORATORY EXPERIMENTS IN PRACTICAL PHYSICS. To accompany Black and Davis' “New Practical Physics.” By BlackN. Henry, A. M., Harvard University. Cloth. New York: The Macmillan Company.'

Journal Article published Mar 1931 in Journal of Education volume 113 issue 9 on pages 258 to 258