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Presentations

2015

"Research-based Concept Inventories on PhysPort's Data Explorer", D. McCarthy, A.M. Madsen, S.B. McKagan and E.C. Sayre, Physics Education Research Conference, College Park, MD, 2015 July

"Responsive Teaching in an Upper-Division Physics Classroom", Deepa Chari and Eleanor C. Sayre, Physics Education Research Conference, College Park, MD, 2015 July

"Upper-Division Quantum Students' Expectations of Probability Density", John D. Thompson, Ulas Ustun, Carlos Trallero, Dean Zollman and Eleanor C. Sayre, Physics Education Research Conference, College Park, MD, 2015 July

"Students' Writing Reflects Varied Solution Schemata on Traditional Mechanics Problems", Nandana Weliweriya, Deepa Chari, Dean Zollman and Eleanor C. Sayre, Physics Education Research Conference, College Park, MD, 2015 July

"Lab Experiences and Students' Ideas about the Nature of Science", Noah-Kee Marks and Eleanor C. Sayre, Physics Education Research Conference, College Park, MD, 2015 July

"Students' Understanding of Taylor Series in Electricity in Magnetism", Dylan E. McKnight, Deepa Chari and Eleanor C. Sayre, Kansas State University Joint Research Experience for Undergraduates Poster Session, Manhattan, KS 2015 July

"Two Decades of FCI and FMCE Gains: A Meta-analysis", J. Von Korff, T. Heckendorf, C. Shepherd, S.B. McKagan and E.C. Sayre, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, College Park, MD, 2015 July

"Upper-Division Quantum Students' Development in Physics and Mathematics", J.D. Thompson, C. Trallero, U. Ustun and E.C. Sayre, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, College Park, MD, 2015 July

"Learning Introductory E&M: A 50+ Institution Meta-analysis", U. Ustun and E.C. Sayre, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, College Park, MD,2015 July

"Challenges to Responsive Teaching at the Upper Division", D.N. Chari and E.C. Sayre, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, College Park, MD,2015 July

"Responsive Teaching in an Upper Division Physics Classroom", D.N. Chari and E.C. Sayre, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, College Park, MD, 2015 July

"Learning Introductory E&M: A 50+ Institution Meta-analysis", U. Ustun and E.C. Sayre, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, College Park, MD, 2015 July

"Meta-Analysis of Student Learning in Mechanics: A Fifty-Thousand Student Study", B. Archibeque, E.C. Sayre, J. Von Korff and S.B. McKagan, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, College Park, MD, 2015 July

"Aspects of PCK in a Physics Class for Future Teachers", C. Fracchiolla, N.S. Rebello and B. Modir, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, College Park, MD, 2015 July

"Effect of Multimedia Hints on Students' Visual Attention", B. Modir, X. Wu, J. Hutson, L.C. Loschky and N.S. Rebello, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, College Park, MD, 2015 July

"Effect of Visual Cues and Display Design on Problem Solving", X. Wu, B. Modir, J. Hutson, L.C. Loschky and N.S. Rebello, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, College Park, MD, 2015 July

"Effects of Visual Cues and Video Solutions on Conceptual Tasks", T. Zu, E. Agra, J. Hutson, L.C. Loschky and N.S. Rebello, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, College Park, MD, 2015 July

"Investigating Problem Solving Automaticity Using Eye Movements", E. Agra, T. Zu, J. Hutson, L.C. Loschky and N.S. Rebello, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, College Park, MD, 2015 July

"Does the Pedagogical Learning Bicycle Promote Transfer?", C. Fracchiolla and N.S. Rebello, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, San Diego, CA, 2015 January

"Effect of Verbal and Visual Cueing on Conceptual Task Performance", X. Wu, T. Zu, B. Modir, L. Loschky and and N.S. Rebello, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, San Diego, CA, 2015 January

"Self-Explanations Influencing Performance on Tasks with Feedback or Visual Cues", E. Agra, B. Modir, J. Hutson, L.C. Loschky and and N.S. Rebello, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, San Diego, CA, 2015 January

2014

"Physics Education Research and Teaching modern Modern Physics", Invited, D. Zollman, Colloquium, Instituto Politécnico Nacional, Mexico City, 2014 November 

"Visual Quantum Mechanics", Invited, D. Zollman, Workshop, Instituto Politécnico Nacional, Mexico City, 2014 November

"Mecánica Cuántica Visual (Visual Quantum Mechanics)", Invited, D. Zollman, Talleres Internacionales de Aprendizaje Activo de Física 2014 (International Workshop on Active Learning in Physics), Córdoba, Argentina, 2014 August 

"Context and Representation Matter: Insights from transfer research on teaching physics", Invited, D. Zollman, Keynote Talk, International Conference on Physics Education, Córdoba, Argentina, 2014 August

"Physics Education Research and Teaching modern Modern Physics", Invited, D. Zollman, Keynote Address, American Association Of Physics Teachers - Sección México, Universidad De Guanajuato, México, 2014 November

 "Insights into teaching and learning by applying transfer research", Invited, D. Zollman, Workshop, American Association of Physics Teachers - Sección México, Universidad De Guanajuato, México, 2014 November

"Quantum Mechanics Online for Non-Physics Students", D.A. Zollman and R. Ebini,  American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Minneapolis, MN, 2014 July

"Teaching the Physics of an Early Attempt at Medical Imaging", Invited, D. Zollman, J. v.d. Wirjawa Widya, S. Murphy and N. Norvelle American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Minneapolis, MN, 2014 July

"Professional Development of Preservice Physicists: Affordances and Constraints", P.W. Irving and E.C. Sayre, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Minneapolis, MN, 2014 July

"Research-based Assessment Resources to Improve Teaching in Your Classroom and Department", S.B. McKagan, A. Madsen and E.C. Sayre, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Minneapolis, MN, 2014 July

"Influence of Visual Cueing and Correctness Feedback on Problem Solving", E. Agra, X. Wu, M. Burkett, L.C. Loschky and N.S. Rebello, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Minneapolis, MN, 2014 July

"Visual Cues Increase Efficiency in Extracting Relevant Information from Diagrams", A. Rouinfar, E. Agra, A.M. Larson,  L.C. Loschky and N.S. Rebello, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Minneapolis, MN, 2014 July

"The Effects of Problem-solving Training on Students' Reasoning Abilities", X. Wu, E. Agra, C. Fracchiolla and N.S. Rebello, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Minneapolis, MN, 2014 July

"Assessing Future Elementary Teachers' Pedagogical Content Knowledge", C. Fracchiolla and N.S. Rebello, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Minneapolis, MN, 2014 July

"Project-based Learning to Foster Students' Learning in Introductory Physics", N.S. Rebello. D-H. Nguyen, T-N Nguyen and H-T. Do, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Minneapolis, MN, 2014 July

"Quantum Mechanics Online for Non-Physics Students", D.A. Zollman and R. Ebini, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Minneapolis, MN, 2014 July

"Teaching the Physics of an Early Attempt at Medical Imaging", Invited, D. Zollman, J. v.d. Wirjawan, S. Murphy and N. Norvelle,, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Minneapolis, MN, 2014 July

"Assessing Future Elementary Teachers' Pedagogical Content Knowledge", C. Fracchiolla and N.S. Rebello, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Minneapolis, MN, 2014 July

"An Outsider Looks at the ESTABLISH Project", Invited, D. Zollman, part of an Invited Symposium, Annual meeting of Groupe International de Recherche sur l'Enseignement de la Physique (GIREP), Palermo, Italy, 2014 July

"We Know It When We See It: Thinking Like Physicists", S.B. McKagan, A. Madsen and E.C. Sayre, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Orlando, FL, 2014 January

"Insights into teaching and learning by applying transfer research", Invited, D. Zollman, Keynote speaker, National Seminar on Teaching Physics and English, Widya Mandala Catholic University, Surabaya, Indonesia, 2014 May

"Recent Trends in Physics Education Research", Invited, D.Zollman, Keynote speaker, International Conference on Research, Implementation and Education of Mathematics and Sciences 2014, Yogyakarta State University, Yogyakarta, Indonesia, 2014 May

"Teaching the Physics of Medical Imaging",  Invited, D. Zollman, Physics Colloquium, Yogyakarta State University, Yogyakarta, Indonesia, 2014 May

2013

"Facilitating Transfer of Learning and Problem Solving in Physics", Invited, N. Sanjay Rebello, American Physical Society Prairie Section Fall Meeting, University of Missouri, Columbia, MO, 2013 November

"Transfer of Learning and Implications for Physics Education", Invited, N. Sanjay Rebello, Keynote Speaker, American Association of Physics Teachers Illinois State Section Fall Meeting, Heartland Community College, Bloomington, IL, 2013 October 

"Discourse analysis of students' use of mathematical idioms in physics", Y. Chen and E.C. Sayre, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Portland OR, 2013 July

"Panel of Obtaining an Academic Position", Invited, D. Zollman, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Portland OR, 2013 July

"PER User's Guide Plus: PER-based Assessment Guide and Results Database", A.M. Madsen, S.B. McKagan, and E.C. Sayre, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Portland OR, 2013 July

"Tracking Eye Movements While Viewing Motion Graphs", Jennifer L. Docktor, Jose Mestre, Elizabeth Gire, N. Sanjay Rebello, and Adrian Madsen, American Association of Physics Teachers Summer Meeting, Portland, OR, 2013 July

"Influence of Visual Cueing and Feedback on Physics Problem Solving", Amy Rouinfar, Jeffrey Murray, Adam M. Larson, Lester C. Loschky and N. Sanjay Rebello, American Association of Physics Teachers Summer Meeting, Portland, OR, 2013 July

"Pedagogical Content Knowledge in a Course for Future Elementary Teachers", N. Sanjay Rebello and Dean A. Zollman, American Association of Physics Teachers Summer Meeting, Portland, OR, 2013 July

"Coming out of the physics closet", P.W. Irving and E.C. Sayre, American Association of PhysicsTeachers National Meeting, Portland OR, 2013 July

"From the Art of Teaching to the Science of Learning: Using Evidence- and Research-based Strategies in the Classroom", Invited, N. Sanjay Rebello, Provost Lecture Series, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS, 2013 April

"Research on Transfer of Learning: Implications for Interdisciplinary STEM Education", Invited, N. Sanjay Rebello, College of Science Interdisciplinary Science Curriculum Seminar, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA, 2013 April

"Assessing thinking like a physicist", E.C. Sayre American Association of Physics Teachers NationalMeeting, New Orleans LA 2013 January

"Eye Movements While Interpreting Graphical Representations of Motion", Jennifer L. Docktor, Jose Mestre, Elizabeth Gire, N. Sanjay Rebello, and Adrian Madsen, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, New Orleans LA 2013 January

 "A Taxonomy of Infinitesimals in First-Semester Introductory Physics," Joshua S. Von Korff and N. Sanjay Rebello, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, New Orleans LA 2013 January

"Undergraduate Research and Identity Development", P.W. Irving and E.C. Sayre, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, New Orleans LA 2013 January

2012

"My Vision for Lifelong Learning in the Sciences," Invited, N. Sanjay Rebello, College of Education, University of Missouri, St. Louis, MO, 2012 October

"Unprompted student-driven metacognitive data from two distinctly different sources", E.C. Sayre and P.W. Irving. 5th Biennial Meeting of the EARLI Special Interest Group 16: Metacognition, 2012 September

"A Web-Based System for Between-Student Testing in University Physics", E.C. Sayre, S. Dymek, N. Popham, C. Frame, and S.V. Franklin. The second Biennial Meeting of the EARLI SpecialInterest Group 18: Educational Effectiveness, Educational Effectiveness: Models, Methods and Applications 2012 August

"Teaching Assistant Interventions that Produce Sense Making Activities," P.W. Irving and E.C. Sayre, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Philadelphia PA 2012 July

"Facilitating Students' Transfer of Learning in Physics Problem Solving Using Computer-based Assessment", Dehui Hu, Joshua Von Korff and N. Sanjay Rebello, NARST Meeting, Indianapolis, IN 2012 March

"Categorizing Students' Mental Representation during Problem Solving of Different Representational Task Formats", Bashirah Ibrahim and N. Sanjay Rebello, NARST Meeting, Indianapolis, IN 2012 March

"Comparing Physical and Virtual Manipulatives for Retention and Preparation for Future Learning of Science Concepts", Amy Rouinfar, N. Sanjay Rebello, Jacquelyn J. Chini, Elizabeth Gire, and Sadhana Puntambekar, NARST Meeting, Indianapolis, IN 2012 March

"Students' Reasoning and the Level of Interactivity in Science Content Courses for Future Elementary Teachers", Dean Zollman, Mojgan Matloob-Haghanikar, and Sytil Murphy, NARST Meeting, Indianapolis, IN 2012 March

"Undergraduate Science Course Reform: Impacts on Faculty and Students", Dennis W. Sunal, Cynthia Sunal, Cheryl Mason and Dean A. Zollman, NARST Meeting, Indianapolis, IN 2012 March

"Introduction to the Education Strand", Dean A. Zollman, AIP Industrial Physics Forum 2012: Capacity Building for Industrial Physics in Developing and Emerging Economies, Trieste, Italy, 2012

"The World Conference on Physics Educations and Its Predecessors", Dean A. Zollman, American Association of Physics Teachers Winter Meeting, Ontario, CA, 2012 February

"Investigating Student Interactions with a Synthetic Tutoring System", C.M. Nakamura, S.K. Murphy, M. Christel, S. Stevens and D. A. Zollman, American Association of Physics Teachers Winter Meeting, Ontario, CA, 2012 February

"Learning Integration in Physics Using Debate Problems and Multimodal Communication", J.S. Von Korff, D. Hu and N.S. Rebello, American Association of Physics Teachers Winter Meeting, Ontario, CA, 2012 February

"Problem Solving Strategies with Representational Format and Context", B. Ibrahim and N.S. Rebello, American Association of Physics Teachers Winter Meeting, Ontario, CA, 2012 February

2011

"Learning, Retention, and Forgetting in University Physics", E.C. Sayre, colloquium at Oregon State University, 2011 November

"Frequency Response of Metals on Induction Balance Study", Johannes V.D. Wirjawan, Dean Zollman, and Sytil Murphy, International Conference of Mathematics and Sciences, Surabaya, East Java, Indonesia, 2011 October

"Students' Perceptions of the Pathway Active Learning Environment", Sytil K. Murphy, Christopher M. Nakamura and Dean A. Zollman, AAPT Summer Meeting, Omaha, NE, 2011 July

"How Students' Conceptual Structure Relates to their Sophistication of Reasoning", Mojgan Matloob Haghanikar, Sytil Murphy and Dean Zollman, AAPT Summer Meeting, Omaha, NE, 2011 July

"Automated Analysis of Students' responses to Short-Answer Physics Questions", Christopher M. Nakamura, Sytil K. Murphy, Dean A. Zollman, Michael Christel and Scott Stevens, AAPT Summer Meeting, Omaha, NE, 2011 July

"Comparing the Effects of Sequencing of Physical and Virtual Manipulatives on Student Learning and Confidence", Adrian Carmichael, Sanjay Rebello, Jacquelyn Chini, Elizabeth Gire, and Sadhana Puntambekar, NARST Meeting, Orlando, FL, 2011 March

"Comparing Benefits of Hypertext Exploration versus Virtual Experimentation on Students� Analysis of Physical Experiments", Jacquelyn J. Chini, Adrian Carmichael, Elizabeth Gire, Sanjay Rebello and Sadhana Puntambekar, NARST Meeting, Orlando, FL, 2011 March

"A Protocol for Classifying Sophistication of Students' Reasoning", Mojgan Matloob, Sytil Murphy, Dean Zollman, Cynthia Sunal, Dennis Sunal and Cheryl Mason, AAPT Winter Meeting, Jacksonville, FL, 2011 January

"Evaluation of Physics Pathway, Web-based Assistance for Teachers of Physics", Dean Zollman, Sytil Murphy, Scott Stevens and Michael Christel, AAPT Winter Meeting, Jacksonville, FL, 2011 January

"Research Designs to Test and Refine the Pathway Active Learning Environment", Christopher Nakamura, Sytil Murphy, Scott Stevens, Michael Christel and Dean Zollman, AAPT Winter Meeting, Jacksonville, FL, 2011 January

"Physics REU Students' Understanding of Ethics", Sytil Murphy and Dean Zollman, AAPT Winter Meeting, Jacksonville, FL, 2011 January

"Tutorials to Facilitate Students' Learning of Integration in Physics PER Problem Solving", N. Sanjay Rebello and Dong-Hai Nguyen, AAPT Winter Meeting, Jacksonville, FL, 2011 January

"Research Exploring TA's Knowledge About Student Problem Solving", Joshua Von Korff, Dehui Hu and Sanjay Rebello, AAPT Winter Meeting, Jacksonville, FL, 2011 January

"Physics Education Research in Vietnam", Dong-Hai Nguyen, AAPT Winter Meeting, Jacksonville, FL, 2011 January

"Adding and subtracting vectors: arrows can induce student difficulties," A.F. Heckler, T.M. Scaife, and E.C. Sayre, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Jacksonville FL, 2011 January

2010

"Processes of Student Understanding: Traditional vs. Workshop Classes," E.C. Sayre and S.V. Franklin, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Portland OR, 2010 July

"Processes of Student Understanding: Standard vs. Remedial Sections," S.V. Franklin, E.C. Sayre, and J.W. Clark, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Portland OR, 2010 July

"Students' Responses to Different Representations of a Vector Addition Question," J.M. Hawkins, J.R. Thompson, M.C. Wittmann, E.C. Sayre, and J.W. Clark, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Portland OR, 2010 July

"Can Problem Solving in Physics Facilitate Conceptual Change in Mathematics?", Invited, N. Sanjay Rebello, Elizabeth Gire and Dong-Hai Nguyen, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Portland OR, 2010 July

"Ground-Up Development of Biomedical Labs: Wavefront Aberrometry and PET", Invited, Dyan McBride, Dean A. Zollman and Sytil Murphy, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Portland OR, 2010 July

"Development and Refinement of Biomedical Labs: MRI and CT", Invited, Sytil K. Murphy, Dean A. Zollman and Dyan McBride, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Portland OR, 2010 July

"Comparing Expert and Novice Eye Movements While Solving Physics Problems", Adrian Carmichael, Adam Larson, Elizabeth Gire, Lester Loschky, and N. Sanjay Rebello, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Portland OR, 2010 July

"Effects of Temporal Order of Physical and Virtual Activities", Adrian Carmichael, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Portland OR, 2010 July

"How Physical and Virtual Experiments Influence Students' Understanding of Pulleys", Jacquelyn J. Chini, Elizabeth Gire, Adrian Carmichael, N. Sanjay Rebello and Sadhana Puntambekar, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Portland OR, 2010 July

"Enhancing Students' Understanding of Electronics and Instrumentation through Capstone Projects", Nasser Juma, Elizabeth Gire, Brian Washburn, Kristan Corwin and N. Sanjay Rebello, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Portland OR, 2010 July

"Assessing Compare and Contrast Physical Activities Integrating in College Algebra-based Physics", Frances A. Mateycik, Nobel S. Rebello and David H. Jonassen, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Portland OR, 2010 July

"Facilitating Problem Solving Across Representations in Introductory Electricity and Magnetism", Dong-Hai Nguyen, Elizabeth Gire and N. Sanjay Rebello, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Portland OR, 2010 July

"Using a Backward Design Process in Evaluating Students' Reasoning", Mojgan Matloob Haghanikar, Sytil Murphy and Dean Zollman, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Portland OR, 2010 July

"The Effects of Physical and Virtual Manipulatives on Students' Conceptual Learning about Pulleys", Elizabeth Gire, Adrian Carmichael, Jacquelyn J. Chini, Amy Rouinfar, Sanjay Rebello, Garrett Smith and Sadhana Puntambekar, International Conference on the Learning Sciences, Chicago, IL, 2010 June

"Representational Fluency in Learning and Problem Solving in Physics", Invited, N. Sanjay Rebello and Elizabeth Gire, Transforming Research in Undergraduate STEM Education Conference, Orono, ME , 2010

"Transfer of Learning from Mathematics to Physics", Invited, N. Sanjay Rebello, Integrating Science and Mathematics Education Research into Teaching National Conference, Orono, ME, 2010

"Contemporary Physics for Students and Teachers with Limited Mathematical Skills", Dean Zollman, Gordon Research Conference, S. Hadley, MA, 2010

"Representational Competence in Learning and Problem Solving in Physics Education", N. Sanjay Rebello, PER Seminar, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, 2010

"Representational Competence in Learning and Problem Solving in Physics Education", N. Sanjay Rebello, PER Seminar, Rutgers University, Rutgers, NJ, 2010

"Students' Rating of Problem Similarity as a Measure of Problem Solving Expertise", Frances Mateycik, N. Sanjay Rebello and David Jonassen, NARST Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, 2010 March

"Investigating Change & Consistency in Introductory College Students' Understanding About Pulleys", Amy Rouinfar, Jacquelyn J. Chini, Adrian Carmichael, Sadhana Puntambekar and N. Sanjay Rebello, NARST Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, 2010 March

"Qualitative Analysis of the Effects of Sequence of Physical and Virtual Activities on Student Conceptual Understanding in Mechanics", Adrian Carmichael, Jacquelyn J. Chini, N. Sanjay Rebello and Sadhana Puntambekar, NARST Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, 2010 March

"Comparing Students' Performance and Reasoning with Physical and Virtual Manipulatives to Learn about Pulleys", Jacquelyn J. Chini, Amy Rouinfar, Adrian Carmichael, N. Sanjay Rebello and Sadhana Puntambekar, NARST Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, 2010 March

"Facilitating Students' Problem Solving Across Representations in Introductory Physics", Dong-Hai Nguyen and N. Sanjay Rebello, NARST Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, 2010 March

"Assessing Efficiency & Innovation in Problem Solving", N. Sanjay Rebello and Elizabeth Gire, Invited Talk, AAPT/APS Joint Winter Meeting, Washington, DC, 2010 February

"Identifying Conceptual Schema Adaptation Using Similarity Ratings in Algebra-based Physics", Frances Mateycik, N. Sanjay Rebello and David Jonassen, AAPT/APS Joint Winter Meeting, Washington, DC, 2010 February

"Students' Views of Data Collected from Physical and Virtual Manipulatives", Jacquelyn Chini, Elizabeth Gire, Adrian Carmichael, N. Sanjay Rebello and Sadhana Puntambekar, AAPT/APS Joint Winter Meeting, Washington, DC, 2010 February

"Using a Synthetic Tutor to Build and Assess Knowledge", Chris M. Nakamura, Sytil K. Murphy Nasser M. Juma, Dean Zollman and Mike Christel, AAPT/APS Joint Winter Meeting, Washington, DC, 2010 February

"Exploring Students' Patterns of Reasoning", Mojgan Matloob Haghanikar, Sytil Murphy and Dean Zollman, AAPT/APS Joint Winter Meeting, Washington, DC, 2010 February

"Using an ECR Framework to Characterize Problem Difficulty", Elizabeth Gire and N. Sanjay Rebello, AAPT/APS Joint Winter Meeting, Washington, DC, 2010 February

"Conceptual Alignment, the Spiral Approach and Development of Reasoning", Invited, Dean Zollman, AAPT/APS Joint Winter Meeting, Washington, DC, 2010 February

"Applying Physics to Solve Problems in New Contexts and Representations: Methods Students Use", Invited, Dean Zollman, AAPT/APS Joint Winter Meeting, Washington, DC, 2010 February

"Web-based Pedagogical Assistance for Under-prepared Teachers of Physics", Dean Zollman, ASTE Winter Meeting, Sacramento, CA, 2010

2009  

"Helping Physics Majors Prepare for Teaching Careers", Elizabeth Gire, AOK Section Meeting of the AAPT, Manhattan, KS, 2009 October

"Pathway Active Learning Environment: An Integrated Teaching and Research Tools", Chris Nakamura, Sytil K. Murphy, Nasser M. Juma and Dean A. Zollman, AOK Section Meeting of the AAPT, Manhattan, KS, 2009 October

"Apparatus to Investigate a Current Carrying Wire's Magnetic Field", Joshua Gross, Sytil K. Murphy, and Dean A. Zollman, AOK Section Meeting of the AAPT, Manhattan, KS, 2009 October

"Exploring Benefits of Physical and Virtual Manipulatives in Simple Machines", Jacquelyn J. Chini, Adrian Carmichael and N. Sanjay Rebello, AOK Section Meeting of the AAPT, Manhattan, KS, 2009 October

"Integrating Experimentation and Instrumentation in an Electronics Course Using LabVIEW and NI Elvis", Nasser Juma and N. Sanjay Rebello, AOK Section Meeting of the AAPT, Manhattan, KS (2009) AOK Section Meeting of the AAPT, Manhattan, KS, 2009 October

"Protocol for Analysis of Content Questions", Mojgan Matloob Haghanikar, Sytil Murphy, and Dean Zollman, AOK Section Meeting of the AAPT, Manhattan, KS, 2009 October

"Exploring Students' Patterns of Reasoning", Mojgan Matloob Haghanikar, Sytil Murphy, and Dean Zollman, AOK Section Meeting of the AAPT, Manhattan, KS, 2009 October

"Facilitating Student Transfer of Problem Solving in Introductory Mechanics", Dong-Hai Nguyen and N. Sanjay Rebello, AOK Section Meeting of the AAPT, Manhattan, KS, 2009 October

"Study on How College Science Courses Influence Elementary School Teachers", Sytil Murphy, Mojgan Matloob Haghanikar and Dean A. Zollman, AOK Section Meeting of the AAPT, Manhattan, KS, 2009 October

"Interview Room vs. Classroom: How Do the Data Compare?", Jacquelyn Chini, Adrian Carmichael, N. Sanjay Rebello and Sadhana Puntambekar, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Ann Arbor MI, 2009 July

"Effectiveness of Hands-on Experiments vs. Computer Simulations in Mechanics", Adrian Carmichael, Jacquelyn Chini, N. Sanjay Rebello and Sadhana Puntambekar, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Ann Arbor MI, 2009 July

"Students' Performance on Similarity Rating and Case Reusability", Fran Mateycik, David Jonassen and N. Sanjay Rebello, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Ann Arbor MI, 2009 July

"Individual Teaching/Learning Interviews to Facilitate Student Problem Solving", Dong-Hai Nguyen and N. Sanjay Rebello, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Ann Arbor MI, 2009 July

"ALT-Pathway: Synthetic Tutors for Probing Student Learning", Chris Nakamura, Sytil Murphy, Nasser Juma, N. Sanjay Rebello and Dean Zollman, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Ann Arbor MI, 2009 July

"PHYSWARE: Teaching Mechanics in Development Countries", Priscilla W. Laws, Dean Zollman, Pratibha Jolly and Elena Sassi, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Ann Arbor MI, 2009 July

"Interactions Between the Art & Science of Physics Learning", Dean A. Zollman, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Ann Arbor MI, 2009 July

"Exploring Students' Patterns of Reasoning", Mojgan Matloob Haghanikar, Sytil Murphy and Dean Zollman, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Ann Arbor MI, 2009 July

"Simulations for Teaching Vision and Wavefront Aberrometry", Dyan McBride, Dean Zollman, Hartmut Wiesner and Alexander Rachel, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Ann Arbor MI, 2009 July
"Research on Conceptual Understanding - Foundation and Future Challenges", N. Sanjay Rebello, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Ann Arbor MI, 2009 July

"Study on How College Science Courses Influence Elementary School Teachers' Inservice and Preservice Teacher Preparation", Sytil Murphy, Mojgan Matloob Haghanikar and Dean A. Zollman, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Ann Arbor MI, 2009 July

"Mapping changes in student understanding during instruction," E.C. Sayre and A.F. Heckler,American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Ann Arbor MI, 2009 July

"Evolving Student Knowledge in a Physics Classroom," E.C. Sayre and A.F. Heckler, National Association of Research in Science Teaching (NARST) 2009 Meeting

"What goes up sometimes comes down: students' changing understanding," E.C. Sayre and A.F. Heckler. 2009 AAPT and AAAS Joint Meeting, Chicago IL, 2009 February

"Student Understanding of Slope on Physics Graphs," A.F. Heckler, E.C. Sayre, and T. M. Scaife. 2009 AAPT and AAAS Joint Meeting, Chicago IL, 2009 February

"A Hierarchy in Student Understanding of Force, Velocity and Acceleration? ," R. J. Rosenblatt, E.C. Sayre, and A.F. Heckler. 2009 AAPT and AAAS Joint Meeting, Chicago IL, 2009 February

"Assessing Case Reuse Strategies Using Non-Traditional Physics Problems", Fran Mateycik, N. Sanjay Rebello and David Jonassen, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Chicago, IL, 2009 January

"Concept Categorization Analysis: Comparing Verbal and Written Data", Dyan McBride, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Chicago, IL, 2009 January

"Group Learning Interviews to Facilitate Case-Reuse Strategies in Problem Solving", N. Sanjay Rebello, Fran Mateycik and David Jonassen, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Chicago, IL, 2009 January

"Pathway - 24/7 Online Pedagogical Assistance for Teachers of Physics", Dean Zollman, Brian Adrian, Sytil Murphy, Scott Stevens and Mike Christel, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Chicago, IL, 2009 January

2008

"Categorizing Concepts and Concept-Links to Examine Student Understanding", Dyan McBride & Dean Zollman, AOK Section Meeting of the AAPT, Midwest City, OK, 2008 October

"ALT-Pathway: A Web-based Synthesis of the Student-Tutor Interaction", C. Nakamura, S. Murphy, N. Juma, D. Zollman, M. Christel & Scott Stevens, AOK Section Meeting of the AAPT, Midwest City, OK, 2008 October

"Exploring Students' Patterns of Reasoning", M. Matloob Haghanikar, S. Murphy and D. Zollman, AOK Section Meeting of the AAPT, Midwest City, OK, 2008 October

"Advancing Web Support for Physics Teachers", Brian Adrian, Dean Zollman and Scott Stevens, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Edmonton, Canada, 2008 July

"Students' Ideas of Force-Distance Tradeoff in an Inclined Plane", Jacquelyn Chini and N. Sanjay Rebello, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Edmonton, Canada, 2008 July

"Text-Editing, Problem-Posing, and Jeopardy Tasks in Introductory Physics", Fran Mateycik, David Jonassen and N. Sanjay Rebello, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Edmonton, Canada, 2008 July

"Student Understanding of Wavefront Aberrometry", Dyan L. McBride and Dean A. Zollman, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Edmonton, Canada, 2008 July

"Investigating Web-Based Synthetic Physics Tutoring: Research on What Works", Chris Nakamura, Dean Zollman, Brian Adrian, Mike Christel and Scott Stevens, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Edmonton, Canada, 2008 July

"Group Learning Interviews to Facilitate Problem Solving Using Structure Maps", N. Sanjay Rebello, Fran Mateycik and David Jonassen, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Edmonton, Canada, 2008 July

"Wikis as a Medium for Collaborative Lab Reports", Dean Zollman, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Edmonton, Canada, 2008 July

"Teaching About the Physics of Medical Imaging", Dean Zollman, Bijaya Aryal, Spartak Kalita and Dyan McBride, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Edmonton, Canada, 2008 July

"Improved Pathway: Web-based Pedagogical Support for Teaching", Dean Zollman, Brian Adrian, Scott Stevens and Michael Christel, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Edmonton, Canada, 2008 July

"When does learning happen? Building a response curve," E.C. Sayre and A.F. Heckler. 2008 American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, 2008 July

"Facilitating Case Reuse for Problem Solving and Building Conceptual Schema", N. Sanjay Rebello, Invited Seminar, University of Missouri, Columbia, MO, 2008 March

"Transfer of Learning from Calculus to Physics", Lili Cui, N. Sanjay Rebello and Andrew G. Bennett, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 2008 January

"Seventh-Grade Students' Ideas of Force and Work in Simple Machines", N. Sanjay Rebello, Mary J. Leonard and Sadhana Puntambekar, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 2008 January

"Beyond Clickers: Web-based Wireless Interactivity for the Physics Classroom", Invited, Dean Zollman, N. Sanjay Rebello, Zdeslav Hrepic, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 2008 January

"Relating Undergraduate Mathematics and Physics Education", Invited, Lili Cui and N. Sanjay Rebello, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 2008 January

2007

"Research and Development to Create Learning Materials for Physics in the Context of Medical Applications", Dean Zollman, International Conference on Physics Education, Marrakech, Morocco, 2007

"Combining Hands-on Activities with Computer Visualizations Workshop", Dean Zollman, International Conference on Physics Education, Marrakech, Morocco, 2007 November

"Teaching Electromagnetic Motors in Context: Students' Views", Jacquelyn Haynicz and N. Sanjay Rebello, AOK Section Meeting of the AAPT, Conway, AR, 2007 October

"Using Optical Analogies and Computer Simulation While Teaching Physics of CAT-Scans", Spartak Kalita & Dean Zollman, AOK Section Meeting of the AAPT, Conway, AR, 2007 October

"Science for Future Elementary Teachers: Views of Faculty", Charles Mamolo and Dean Zollman, AOK Section Meeting of the AAPT, Conway, AR, 2007 October

"Students' Perceptions of Research-Based Problem Solving Strategies in Physics", Fran Mateycik, Zdeslav Hrepic, David Jonassen and N. Sanjay Rebello, AOK Section Meeting of the AAPT, Conway, AR, 2007 October

"Investigating the Application of Concepts by Future K-6 Teachers in Traditional and Reform Science Courses", Mojgan Matloob-Haghanikar, Dean Zollman, Cheryl Mason, Dennis Sunal and Cynthia Sunal, AOK Section Meeting of the AAPT, Conway, AR, 2007 October

"Student Ideas about Wavefront Aberrometry", Dyan McBride and Dean Zollman, AOK Section Meeting of the AAPT, Conway, AR, 2007 October

"ALT Pathway: Synthetic Tutors for High School Physics", C.M. Nakamura, Dean Zollman, Scott Stevens & Mike Christel, AOK Section Meeting of the AAPT, Conway, AR, 2007 October

"Physics Education Research: What it is and What it isn't", N. Sanjay Rebello and Dean A. Zollman, AOK Section Meeting of the AAPT, Conway, AR, 2007 October

"Seventh-Grade Students' Ideas of Force and Work in Simple Machines", N. Sanjay Rebello, Mary J. Leonard and Sadhana Puntambekar, AOK Section Meeting of the AAPT, Conway, AR, 2007 October

"Virtual Pedagogical Agents as Aids for High School Physics Teachers", Scott Stevens, Dean Zollman, Michael Christel and Brian Adrian, International Conference on Interactive Computer aided Learningm ICL 2007. Villach, Austria, 2007

"Active Engagement in Science for Elementary Teachers: Views of Faculty", Charles Mamolo and Dean Zollman, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Greensboro, NC, 2007 July

"Improved Web Support for Physics Teachers", Brian Adrian, Dean Zollman and Scott Stevens, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Greensboro, NC, 2007 July

"Bringing Relevant Physics Education Research to High School Physics Teachers", Mojgan Matloob-Haghanikar, Brian Adrian and Dean Zollman, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Greensboro, NC, 2007 July

"Learning and Transfer Through Group Interaction", Bijaya Aryal and Dean Zollman, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Greensboro, NC, 2007 July

"Transfer of Learning in Medical Imaging: Analogies and Computer Simulations", Spartak Kalita and Dean Zollman, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Greensboro, NC, 2007 July

"Do Future Teachers' Views About Science Change After a Single Course?", N. Sanjay Rebello, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Greensboro, NC, 2007 July

"Conceptual Change and Transfer: Consolidating Varying Viewpoints", N. Sanjay Rebello, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Greensboro, NC, 2007 July

"Facilitating Student Understanding of Motors in an Everyday Context", Jacquelyn Haynicz and N. Sanjay Rebello, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Greensboro, NC, 2007 July

"How Upper-division Physics Students Respond to a Studio Laboratory Activity", Fran Mateycik, Dyan McBride, N. Sanjay Rebello and Christopher M. Sorensen, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Greensboro, NC, 2007 July

"Using Contemporary Vision Diagnosis for Teaching Physics", Dyan McBride, Dean A. Zollman, Giuseppe Colicchia and Hartmut Wiesner , American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Greensboro, NC, 2007 July

"Workshop: Kombination praktischer Aktivitten mit interaktivem Visualisieren und Video im Physikunterricht", Dean Zollman, Deutscher Verein zur Forderung des mathematischen und naturwissenschaftlichen Unterrichts. 98. Kongress, Berlin, 2007 April

"Facilitating Transfer Through Physical Models: A Teaching Interview on Positron Emission Tomography (PET)", Bijaya Aryal and Dean Zollman, National Association for Research in Science Teaching, Chicago, IL, 2007 March

"Determining the Impact of Reformed Undergraduate Science Courses on Students: Implementation of a National Study", D. W Sunal, C. L. Mason, C. S. Sunal, D. Zollman, C. Sundberg D. Zollman and N. S Rebello, National Association for Research in Science Teaching, Chicago, IL, 2007 March

"How Does a Classroom Interaction System Affect Student Performance?", N. Sanjay Rebello and Joseph Beuckman, National Association for Research in Science Teaching, Chicago, IL, 2007 March

"Consolidating Traditional and Contemporary Perspectives of Transfer of Learning: A Framework and Implications", N. Sanjay Rebello, National Association for Research in Science Teaching, Chicago, IL, 2007 March

"Assessing College Students' Transfer of Learning from Calculus to Physics Using Non-Traditional Problems", Lili Cui, N. Sanjay Rebello and Andrew Bennett, National Association for Research in Science Teaching, Chicago, IL, 2007 March

"Challenges of Preparing Physics Teachers in the United States", Dean Zollman, Proceedings of Didaktik der Physik, Opening Address, Deutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft, Fahjahrstagung, Regensburg, Germany, 2007 March

"Transfer of Learning: Implications for Research, Curriculum Design & Instruction", N. Sanjay Rebello, Colloquium, Center for Teaching & Learning, Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville, IL, 2007 March

"Intermediate mechanics students' coordinate system choices for simple pendula," E.C. Sayre and M.C. Wittmann. New England Sectional Joint Meeting of AAPT and APS, Orono ME, 2007 April

"Intermediate mechanics students' coordinate system choice," E.C. Sayre, M.C. Wittmann, and J.E. Donovan II, Conference on Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education 2007, San Diego CA, 2007 February.

"Future Elementary Teachers' Epistemic Beliefs and Views About the Nature of Science", N. Sanjay Rebello, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Seattle, WA 2007 January

"Using a Web-based Classroom Interaction System to Enhance Student Learning", Joseph Beuckman & N. Sanjay Rebello, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Seattle, WA 2007 January

"Support for New Physics Teachers", Brian Adrian and Dean Zollman, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Seattle, WA 2007 January

"Using Optical Analogies While Teaching Physics of X-rays and CT Scans", Spartak Kalita and Dean Zollman, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Seattle, WA 2007 January

"Transfer of Learning: From Physical Models to Understanding Complex Phenomena", Bijaya Aryal and Dean Zollman, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Seattle, WA 2007 January

"A National Study of Undergraduate Science Courses: Research-Based Evidence for Determining the Impact of Reformed College Science Courses on Students", D. W. Sunal, C. S Sunal, D. Zollman, C. L. Mason, C. Sundberg, G.Ogletree, Society of College Science Teachers Annual Conference, 2007

"Visual Quantum Mechanics", Dean Zollman, Colloquium, Physics Department, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal, 2007

"Visual Quantum Mechanics", Dean Zollman, Colloquium, Physics Department, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 2007

"Teaching Physics with Medical: Contexts: Research & Development", Dean Zollman, Colloquium, AMSTEL Institute, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 2007

2006

“The Future of Modeling in Physics and Physics Education”, Invited, Dean Zollman and Helmut Kuhnelt, Modeling in Physics and Physics Education, GIREP, Amsterdam, 2006

“Activities for Teaching Physics of Medical Imaging”, Invited, Dean Zollman, Keynote Address, Interreg III, Udine, Italy, 2006

“Extending Student Resources with Information Technology”, Invited, Dean Zollman, Improving Education in Secondary Science in Europe (IMPRESSE) Executive Committee, Gulpen, The Netherlands, 2006

“Teaching Contemporary Physics Using Visualizations and Medical Contexts”, Dean Zollman, Physics Colloquium, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia, 2006

“Physics and Modern Miracle Medical Machines”, Dean Zollman, Lecture, Arturo Malignani Science High School, Udine, Italy, 2006

“Modern Miracle Medical Machines: Design-based Research or Research-based Design?”, Dean Zollman, Seminar, Ludwig-Maximillians University, Munich, Germany, 2006

“Online Support for New Physics Teachers”, Brian Adrian, Dean Zollman and Scott Stevens, A-O-K Section Meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers, Emporia, KS, 2006 October

“Transfer of Prior Reasoning in Understanding Positron Emission Tomography (PET)”, Bijaya Aryal & Dean Zollman, A-O-K Section Meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers, Emporia, KS, 2006 October

“Probing and Improving Student Understanding of Common Electrical Devices”, Jacquelyn Haynicz & N. Sanjay Rebello, A-O-K Section Meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers, Emporia, KS, 2006 October

“Exploring the Studio Format in an Upper-Division Optics Course: A First Look”, Fran Mateycik & N. Sanjay Rebello, A-O-K Section Meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers, Emporia, KS, 2006 October

“Some Preliminary Views of Students' Models of the Physics of the Eye”, Dyan Jones & Dean Zollman, A-O-K Section Meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers, Emporia, KS, 2006 October

“Using Optical Analogies While Teaching Physics of X-rays and CAT Scans”, Spartak Kalita & Dean Zollman, A-O-K Section Meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers, Emporia, KS, 2006 October

“How Pathway Helps Teachers Bring Physics Education Research Into Practice”, Mojgan Matloob, Brian Adrian & Dean Zollman, A-O-K Section Meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers, Emporia, KS, 2006 October 

“Using a Web-based Classroom Interaction System to Enhance Student Learning”,  N. Sanjay Rebello & Joseph Beuckman, A-O-K Section Meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers, Emporia, KS, 2006 October

 “A Pathway to Help with Physics Teaching”, Brian Adrian, Dean Zollman & Scott Stevens, NSTA Meeting, Omaha, NE, 2006 October

“Research on Transfer of Learning and Implications for Instruction”, N. Sanjay Rebello, Colloquium, Physics Department, Creighton University, Omaha, NE, 2006

"Situating a Common Chain of Reasoning in Damped Harmonic Motion," E.C. Sayre and M.C. Wittmann, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Syracuse NY, 2006 August, The Announcer 36(2) 149.

"Students' Integration Methods for First-Order Differential Equations," K.E. Black, E.C. Sayre, and M.C. Wittmann, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Syracuse NY, 2006 August, The Announcer 36(2) 149.

“Transfer of Learning: Implications for Research, Curriculum Development and Instruction”, Invited, N. Sanjay Rebello, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Syracuse, NY, 2006 July

“Constructing Models of the Microscopic World: An Example from Friction”, Edgar Corpuz and N. Sanjay Rebello, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Syracuse, NY, 2006 July

“What do Physics Faculty Expect from a Calculus Class”, Lili Cui, N. Sanjay Rebello and Andrew G. Bennett, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Syracuse, NY, 2006 July

“The Physics Portal: A One Stop Website for Physics”, David Hestenes and N. Sanjay Rebello, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Syracuse, NY, 2006 July

“Research and Instructional Strategies for Student Modeling of Microscopic Friction”, Edgar Corpuz & N. Sanjay Rebello, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Syracuse, NY, 2006 July

“Investigating Students' Ideas about X-rays While Developing Innovative Teaching Materials for a Medical Physics Course”, Spartak Kalita and Dean A. Zollman, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Syracuse, NY, 2006 July

“Transfer From Everyday Models to a Complex Situation”, Bijaya Aryal and Dean A. Zollman, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Syracuse, NY, 2006 July

“Using Physics Jeopardy Problems to Assess Students' Learning”, Lili Cui, N. Sanjay Rebello and Andrew G. Bennett, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Syracuse, NY, 2006 July

“What Support Do New Physics Teachers Ask For?”, Brian Adrian, Dean Zollman & Scott Stevens, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Syracuse, NY, 2006 July

“Transfer of Learning & Implications for Physics Education Research & Curriculum Development”,  Sanjay Rebello, University of Maine Colloquium, Orono, ME, 2006

“Transfer of Learning from College Calculus to Physics Courses”,  Lili Cui N. Sanjay Rebello, Peter Fletcher & Andrew G. Bennett, NARST, San Francisco, CA, 2006 April

“A Framework for Integrated Professional Development”, Peter R. Fletcher & N. Sanjay Rebello, NARST, San Francisco, CA, 2006 April

“College Students' Ideas About Some Everyday Electrical Devices”, Jacquelyn Haynicz, Peter R. Fletcher & N. Sanjay Rebello, NARST, San Francisco, CA, 2006 April

“Dynamic Transfer and Learning Using a Constructivist-Based Curriculum”, Charles B. Mamolo, Peter R. Fletcher & N. Sanjay Rebello, NARST, San Francisco, CA, 2006 April

“Students Epistemic Modes While Making Sense of Action Movie Clips”, Carina Poltera, Peter R. Fletcher & N. Sanjay Rebello, NARST, San Francisco, CA, 2006 April

“CoMPASS: Integrating Digital Text in Design-Based Science Classrooms: Scaling-Up”, N. Sanjay Rebello, Sadhana Puntambekar, Ann A. O'Connell and Roland Hubscher, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Anchorage, AK, 2006 January

“Research-Based Strategies in Upper-Division Undergraduate Physics Classes”, N. Sanjay Rebello, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Anchorage, AK, 2006 January

2005

“PDA-based Classroom Response System at KSU”, N. Sanjay Rebello, Technology Roundtable, Hale Library, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS, 2005 October

“Students' Modeling of Microscopic Friction: Dynamic Transfer Perspective”, Edgar G. Corpuz & N. Sanjay Rebello, AOK Section Meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers, Oklahoma City, OK, 2005 October

“Positron Emission Tomography: Physics Course Development for a Pre-Medical Course”, Bijaya Aryal & Dean Zollman, AOK Section Meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers, Oklahoma City, OK, 2005 October

“Teacher-Researcher Professional Development: Case Study at KSU”, N. Sanjay Rebello and Peter R. Fletcher, AOK Section Meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers, Oklahoma City, OK, 2005 October

“An Administrative and Methodological Framework for Teacher-Researcher Professional Development”, Peter R. Fletcher and N. Sanjay Rebello, AOK Section Meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers, Oklahoma City, OK, 2005 October

“Students' Modeling of Microscopic Friction: Dynamic Transfer Perspective”, Edgar G. Corpuz and N. Sanjay Rebello, AOK Section Meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers, Oklahoma City, OK, 2005 October

“Assessing College Students' Retention and Transfer from Calculus to Physics”, Lili Cui, N. Sanjay Rebello and Andrew Bennett, AOK Section Meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers, Oklahoma City, OK, 2005 October 

"Local Consistency Without a Global Picture: Plasticity and Differentials," E.C. Sayre and M.C. Wittmann, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Salt Lake City UT, 2005 August. The Announcer 35(2) 134.

“Web Support for Teacher Development”, Brian Adrian, Dean Zollman and Scott Stevens, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT, 2005 July

“Students: Models of the Particulate Nature of Matter Across Cultures”, Lili Cui, Dean Zollman and N. Sanjay Rebello, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT, 2005 July

“Movie Physics: Transfer of Learning to the Real-World”,  Carina Poltera, Peter R. Fletcher and N. Sanjay Rebello, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT, 2005 July

“Dynamics of Students' Modeling of Microscopic Friction”, Edgar Corpuz and N. Sanjay Rebello, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT, 2005 July

“Administrative and Methodological Professional Development: Case Study Everyday Electrical Devices”, N. Sanjay Rebello and Peter Fletcher, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT, 2005 July

“Constructing a Responsive Methodology: Grounded Theory, Phenomenology, and Action Research”, Peter Fletcher and N. Sanjay Rebello, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT, 2005 July

“Professional Development: Case Study with Everyday Electrical Devices”, Peter Fletcher and N. Sanjay Rebello, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT, 2005 July

“The Physics Teaching Web Advisory - Use and Evolution”, Brian Adrian, Dean Zollman and Scott Stevens, Nebraska Section Meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers, Kearney, NE, 2005

“A Wireless Pocket PC Based Classroom Response System”, Dean A. Zollman and N. Sanjay Rebello, European Physics Education Conference, 2005

“A Model for Dynamic Transfer or Learning”, N. Sanjay Rebello, NARST, Dallas, TX, 2005 April

“Investigating Introductory College Students' Knowledge of the Particulate Nature of Matter”, Lili Cui, Dean A. Zollman and N. Sanjay Rebello, NARST, Dallas, TX, 2005 April

“Introductory College Physics Students' Mental Models of Friction and Lubrication at the Microscopic Level”,  Edgar Corpuz N. Sanjay Rebello, NARST, Dallas, TX, 2005 April

“Transfer of Learning as a Guide to Application-based Curriculum Development in Physics”,  N. Sanjay Rebello, Physics Department Colloquium, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, IL, 2005 April

“Modern Miracle Medical Machines: Introducing Contemporary Physics in the Context of Medical Application”, Dean Zollman, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Albuquerque, NM, 2005 January

“Presenting on Both Sides of the Atlantic – Simultaneously”, Dean Zollman and S. Raj Chaudhury, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Albuquerque, NM, 2005 January

“The Evolving Classroom Response System at KSU: Classtalk, PRS, PDAs”, Dean Zollman and N. Sanjay Rebello, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Albuquerque, NM, 2005 January

“Real-World Contexts: Challenges in Curriculum Development”, N. Sanjay Rebello & Paula V. Engelhardt, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Albuquerque, NM, 2005 January

“Teaching Quantum Mechanics”, Peter R. Fletcher, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Albuquerque, NM, 2005 January

“Challenges of Application-Based Curriculum Development”, N. Sanjay Rebello and Peter R. Fletcher, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Albuquerque, NM, 2005 January

2004

“Physics & the History of Bicycles:  An example of the interaction of science, industry and society”, Dean Zollman, Physics Colloquium, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS, 2004

“College Students' Mental Models of Atomic Friction and Lubrication”, Edgar G. Corpuz & N. Sanjay Rebello, AOK Section Meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers, Little Rock, AR, 2004 October

“Students' Models of X-Rays and Their Interactions”, Spartak Kalita and Dean Zollman, AOK Section Meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers, Little Rock, AR, 2004 October

“Modern Miracle Medical Machines: A Course in Contemporary Physics for Future Physicians”, Bijaya Aryal, Spartak Kalita & Dean Zollman, AOK Section Meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers, Little Rock, AR, 2004 October

“Movie Physics: Transfer of Knowledge by Observation”, Carina M. Poltera and N. Sanjay Rebello, AOK Section Meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers, Little Rock, AR, 2004 October

“Investigating Students' Knowledge of the Particle Structure of Matter: A Preliminary Study in the U.S.”, Lili Cui, Dean A. Zollman and N. Sanjay Rebello, AOK Section Meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers, Little Rock, AR, 2004 October

“Retention and Transfer from Trigonometry to Algebra-based Physics”, N. Sanjay Rebello, Darryl J. Ozimek and Paula V. Engelhardt, AOK Section Meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers, Little Rock, AR, 2004 October

“Modern Miracle Medical Machines: Educational Research Development on the Application of Contemporary Physics to Medical Diagnosis & Treatment”, S. Kalita, Dean Zollman and B. Aryal, AOK Section Meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers, Little Rock, AR, 2004 October

“Students’ Knowledge of Structure of Matter”, L. Cui, Dean Zollman and N. Sanjay Rebello AOK Section Meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers, Little Rock, AR, 2004 October

“Web Support for Teacher Preparation”, Brian Adrian, Dean Zollman and S. Stevens, AOK Section Meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers, Little Rock, AR, 2004 October

“Quantum Mechanics for Everyone: Can it be done with Technology?”, Dean Zollman, Joint meeting of the Michigan American Association of Physics Teachers and Ohio American Physical Society Sections, Oakland University, Rochester, MI, 2004

“A Summary of the Effects of Question Order”, Dean Zollman, K. Gray & N. S. Rebello, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Sacramento, CA, 2004 July-August

“Web Support for Teacher Preparation”, Dean Zollman, B. Adrian, O. Makhafula and S. Stevens, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Sacramento, CA, 2004 July-August

“Issues in Addressing and Representing Hybrid Mental Models”, Dean Zollman, Z. Hrepic and N.S. Rebello, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Sacramento, CA, 2004 July-August

“Students' Microscopic Models of Friction:  A First Look “, Edgar G. Corpuz & N. Sanjay Rebello, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Sacramento, CA, 2004 July-August

“Investigating Students' Knowledge of Particle Structure of Matter in Different Cultures”, Lili Cui, Dean Zollman and N. S. Rebello, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Sacramento, CA, 2004 July-August

“Changing Distracters on Questions of the Force Concept Inventory”, N. Sanjay Rebello and D. Zollman, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Sacramento, CA, 2004 July-August

“Modeling Cycle and Research-Based Pedagogy in an Electronics Course”, N. Sanjay Rebello and Kara E. Gray, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Sacramento, CA, 2004 July-August

“Retention and Transfer of Learning from Trigonometry to Algebra-Based Physics”, Darryl J. Ozimek, Paula V. Engelhardt and N. Sanjay Rebello, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Sacramento, CA, 2004 July-August

"Advanced Mechanics Students' Conflicts Between Physics and Mathematics Intuitions," E.C. Sayre, M.C. Wittmann, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Sacramento CA, 2004 August. The Announcer 34(2) 184.

“Teaching Interactively in Large and Small Classes”, Dean Zollman, Kansas State University Teaching Retreat, Manhattan, KS, 2004

“A Framework for the Dynamics of Student Reasoning in an Interview”, Dean Zollman, S.F. Itza-Ortiz, A.R. Allbaugh, P.V. Engelhardt, K.E. Gray, Z. Hrepic and N.S. Rebello, NARST Meeting, Vancouver, Canada, 2004 April

“Dynamic Transfer of Learning in Physics Education Research”, Invited, N. Sanjay Rebello, American Physical Society April Meeting, Denver, CO, 2004 May

“Light Bulbs and Complete Circuits: What One Says About the Other”, Dean Zollman, P.V. Engelhardt and K. Gray, American Physical Society April Meeting, Denver, CO, 2004 May

“Modern Miracle Medical Machines”, Invited, Dean Zollman, NSF Distinguished Teaching Scholars, NSF, Washington, DC, 2004

“Research Science & K-20 Education in Kansas”, Invited, Dean Zollman, Keynote Speech at the Kansas Internet 2 Day Conference, Wichita, KS, 2004

“A Real-Time Assessment of Students' Mental Models of Sound Preparation”, Dean Zollman, Zdeslav Hrepic and N.S. Rebello, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Miami Beach, FL, 2004 January

“A PATHWAY to Class Preparation”, Dean Zollman and Brian Adrian, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Miami Beach, FL, 2004 January

“A Perspective on Transfer of Learning”, N. Sanjay Rebello, Alicia R. Allbaugh, Paula V. Engelhardt, Kara E. Gray, Zdeslav Hrepic, Salomon F. Itza-Ortiz and Dean A. Zollman, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Miami Beach, FL, 2004 January

“Learning About Teaching -- How Students Understand Sound in Musical Instruments",  Paula V. Engelhardt, N. Sanjay Rebello and Edgar G. Corpuz, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Miami Beach, FL, 2004 January

"Student Selection of Reasoning Resources in Nearly-Novel Situations," E.C. Sayre, M.C. Wittmann, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Miami Beach FL, 2004 January. The Announcer 33(4) 133.

2003

“Students and Experts Understanding of the Content of a Lecture”,  Dean Zollman, Zdeslav Hrepic and N. Sanjay Rebello, AOK & Nebraska Section of the American Association of Physics Teachers Meeting, Manhattan, KS, 2003 October

“Physics Education Research as a Guide to Application-based Curriculum Development”, Invited, Invited, N. Sanjay Rebello, Fall Meeting of the Western Pennsylvania Section of the American Association of Physics Teachers, Latrobe, PA, 2003 October

"Q-Sphere: An Iterative Method for Calculating the Lowest Energy Configuration for an Arbitrary Number of Charges on a Sphere," E.C. Raulerson (now Sayre), K. Brownstein, Regional meeting of the APS and AAPT, Bates College, 2003 October.

“Contemporary Physics for Future Teachers with Limited Mathematics Skills”, Invited, N. Sanjay Rebello and Dean A. Zollman, Second International GiREP Seminar, Udine, Italy, 2003 September

“Enhancing the Teaching of Contemporary Physics Through Online Instruction for Teachers”, Invited, Dean A. Zollman, N. Sanjay Rebello, Kirsten Hogg and Salomon F. Itza-Ortiz, econd International GiREP Seminar, Udine, Italy, 2003 September

“PATHWAY Digital Video Library”, Dean Zollman and Scott Stevens, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Madison, WI, 2003 August

“Physics InfoMall: The First Generation”, Dean Zollman, R. Fuller, S.R. Chaudhury and E.T. Patterson, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Madison, WI, 2003 August

“Students' Understanding and Perceptions of the Content of a Lecture”, Zdeslav Hrepic, Dean Zollman and N. Sanjay Rebello, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Madison, WI, 2003 August

“Students' Energy Models Mechanics Though Electromagnetism”, Salomon Itza-Ortiz, Dean Zollmanh Benjamin Lawrence and N. Sanjay Rebello, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Madison, WI, 2003 August

“Retention and Transfer of Physics Knowledge to Engineering Courses”,  N. Sanjay Rebello, Paula V. Engelhardt and Salomon F. Itza-Ortiz, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Madison, WI, 2003 August

“Students' Views of How Sound is Produced by Musical Instruments”,  Paula V. Engelhardt and N. Sanjay Rebello, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Madison, WI, 2003 August

“Investigating Students' Understanding of Light Bulbs and Complete Circuits”, Kara E. Gray, Paula V. Engelhardt and N. Sanjay Rebello, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Madison, WI, 2003 August

“Developing a Real-time Assessment of Students' Mental Models of Sound Propagation”, Zdeslav Hrepic, Dean A. Zollman and N. Sanjay Rebello, International School of Physics Enrico Fermi, Varenna, Italy, 2003 July

“The Vocabulary of Physics and Its Impact on Student Learning”, Salomon F. Itza-Ortiz, Sanjay Rebello & Dean Zollman, NARST Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, 2003 March

“Students' Mental Models of Newton's II Law: Mechanics to Electromagnetism”, N. Sanjay Rebello, Salomon F. Itza-Ortiz, and Dean A. Zollman, NARST Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, 2003 March

“An On-line Modern Physics Course for In-service Teachers”, Invited, Dean Zollman,Kevin Zollman, Kirsten Hogg & Salomon Itza-Ortiz, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Austin, TX, 2003 January

“Mental Models in Energy - Mechanics Contexts”, Dean Zollman, Salomon F. Itza-Ortiz, Benjamin Lawrence and N. Sanjay Rebello, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Austin, TX, 2003 January

“Problem Context and Newton's Second Law: A Further Look”, Dean Zollman, Alicia Allbaugh and N. Sanjay Rebello, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Austin, TX, 2003 January

“The Effect of Question Order on Responses to Interview Questions”, Kara Gray, Dean Zollman, and N. Sanjay Rebello American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Austin, TX, 2003 January

“Students' Mental Models and Their Application to a Bicycle”, N. Sanjay Rebello and Paula V. Engelhardt, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Austin, TX, 2003 January

2002

“The International Bicycle Project:  Five Years of Student Exchanges & Curriculum Development”, Dean Zollman, D. Davis, S. Chaudhury, A.J. Ellermiejer, E. Mioduszewska, M. Euler, R. Fuller, G. Kalkanis, H. Kuehnelt, V. Rahkonen, W. Wehrbein, D. Winch and N.S. Rebello) Groupe International de Recherche sur l'Enseignement de la Physique (GIREP) Lund, Sweden, 2002

“Assessing Student Retention and Transfer of Physics Knowledge to Engineering Courses”, N. Sanjay Rebello, Paula V. Engelhardt and Salomon F. Itza-Ortiz, Fall Meeting of the A-O-K Section of the American Association of Physics Teachers, Ada, OK, 2002 October

“Students' Mental Models and Their Applications in a Real-world Context - the Bicycle”, Paula V. Engelhardt and N. Sanjay Rebello, Fall Meeting of the A-O-K Section of the American Association of Physics Teachers, Ada, OK, 2002 October

“The Effect of Question Order on Students' Responses to Multiple Choice Questions”, Kara E. Gray, N. Sanjay Rebello, and Dean A. Zollman, Fall Meeting of the A-O-K Section of the American Association of Physics Teachers, Ada, OK, 2002 October

“Problem Context and Newton's Second Law: A Further Look”, Alicia Allbaugh, N. Sanjay Rebello and Dean A. Zollman, Fall Meeting of the A-O-K Section of the American Association of Physics Teachers, Ada, OK, 2002 October

“Student Mental Models of Sound Propagation”, Zdeslav Hrepic, Dean A. Zollman, and N. Sanjay Rebello Fall Meeting of the A-O-K Section of the American Association of Physics Teachers, Ada, OK, 2002 October 

“Student Reaction to an Innovative Way of Teaching Physics”, Dean Zollman, A. Churukian and C. Sorensen, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Boise, ID, 2002 August

“Problem Context and Newton's Second Law: A First Look”, Dean Zollman, A. Allbaugh and N.S. Rebello, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Boise, ID, 2002 August

“Student Goals and Expectations in a Conceptual Physics Course”, N. Sanjay Rebello, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Boise, ID, 2002 August

“International Bicycle Project: Summary of Student Exchanges & Curriculum Development”, Dean Zollman, D. Davis, S. Chaudhury, A.J. Ellermiejer, E. Mioduszewska, M. Euler, R. Fuller, G. Kalkanis, H. Kuehnelt, V. Rahkonen, W. Wehrbein, D. Winch and N.S. Rebello, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Boise, ID, 2002 August

“The Effect of Question Order on Student Responses to Multiple-Choice Questions”, Dean Zollman, K. Gray and N.S. Rebello, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Boise, ID, 2002 August

“Students' Mental Models of Sound Propagation”, Dean Zollman, Z. Hrepic and N.S. Rebello, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Boise, ID, 2002 August

“Students' Mental Models and Their Applications of Newton's II Law in Electricity and Magnetism”, Salomon F. Itza-Ortiz, N. Sanjay Rebello and Dean A. Zollman, Am

erican Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Boise, ID, 2002 August

“Using K-State Online and an In-class Personal Response System in a Large Enrollment Physical Science Class”, N. Sanjay Rebello, Convergence of Digital Learning Conference, Manhattan, KS, 2002 April

“Visual Quantum Mechanics - Hands-on Activities Integrated with Computer Visualizations”, Physics Department Colloquium, Southwest Missouri State University, Springfield, MO, 2002 March

“Using Visualization to Teach Quantum Mechanics”, Invited, Dean Zollman, Gordon Research Conference, Mount Holyoke College, Boston, MA, 2002

“Courses in Modern Physics for Non-Science Majors, Future Science Teachers & Biology Students”, Invited Dean Zollman, National Changhua University of Education, Taiwan, 2002

“Teaching Quantum Mechanics to Everyone: Can It Be Done With Technology”, Invited, Dean Zollman, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan, 2002

“Modern Miracle Medical Machines: A Contemporary Physics for Future Physicians”, Invited, Dean Zollman, Groupe International de Recherche sur l'Enseignement de la Physique, Lund, Sweden, 2002

“Faculty Reaction to Innovative Ways of Teaching Physics”, Dean Zollman , A. Churukian, C. Sorensen and R. Lindell, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, 2002 January

“The Use of Physics Words in Everyday Language and Implications for Student Learning”, Dean Zollman , S. Itza-Ortiz and N. Rebello, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, 2002 January

“Some Thermodynamics of Cycling”, Dean Zollman, W. Wehrbein and H. Kuehnelt, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, 2002 January

“Investigations of Students' Mental Models and Their Applications in Newton's II Law Problems”, N. Sanjay Rebello and Salomon F. Itza Ortiz, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, 2002 January

“The Use of Physics Words in Everyday Language and Implications for Student Learning”, Salomon F. Itza Ortiz, N. Sanjay Rebello and Dean A. Zollman, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, 2002 January

2001

“Students' Understanding of Energy of Lights”, S. Lee and Dean Zollman, AOK Section Meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers, Fayetteville, AR, 2001 October

“Implications of the Use of Everyday Language on Learning Physics Concepts”, Dean Zollman, S. Itza-Ortiz and N.S. Rebello AOK Section Meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers, Fayetteville, AR, 2001 October

“Investigations of Students' Mental Models and Their Applications in Newton's II Law”,  N. Sanjay Rebello, Salomon F. Itza-Ortiz and Dean A. Zollman, AOK Section Meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers, Fayetteville, AR, 2001 October 

“Teaching Modern Physics by Integrating Visualization and Experiments”, Dean Zollman and K. Hogg, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Rochester, NY, 2001 August

“Advanced Visual Quantum Mechanics: Interactive Engagements for Upper-Level Undergraduate Courses”, Invited,  Dean Zollman and W. Axmann, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Rochester, NY, 2001 August

“After-Class Evaluation - Can It Gather Information About Student Misconceptions?”, T.R. Leif and Dean Zollman, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Rochester, NY, 2001 August

“Students' Conceptions of Energy of Lights and Photons”, Dean Zollman, S. Lee and K. Hogg, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Rochester, NY, 2001 August

“Teaching and Learning Contemporary Physics Concepts Online”, Dean Zollman and K. Hogg, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Rochester, NY, 2001 August

“Engaging Students to Learn Quantum Mechanics Workshop”, Dean Zollman, W. Axmann, K. Hogg and S. Lee, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Rochester, NY, 2001 August

“Teaching Quantum Mechanics to Everyone: Can it be done with Technology?”, Invited, Dean Zollman,  New Zealand Institute of Physics Biannual Meeting, 2001

“Can Physics be Fascinating?”, Invited, Dean Zollman, New Zealand Institute of Physics Biannual Meeting, 2001

“Modeling Real World Events & Video Data Collection”, Invited, Dean Zollman New Zealand Institute of Physics Biannual Meeting, 2001

“The Formal Reasoning of Quantum Mechanics: Can we make it concrete? Should we?”, Invited, Dean Zollman, Groupe International de Recherche sur l'Enseignement de la Physique, Udine, Italy, 2001

“Teaching and Learning Contemporary Physics Concepts Online”, Dean Zollman and K. Hogg, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, San Diego, CA, 2001 January

“Visual Quantum Mechanics: A Six-Year Review”, Dean Zollman, K. Hogg, C. Cumarantunge, W. Axmann, D. Pool, L. Bao, L. Escalada, M. Thoresen and N.S. Rebello,  American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, San Diego, CA, 2001 January

“Attitudes of Future Teachers to Teaching and Learning”, K. Hogg D. Zollman and M. O'Shea, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, San Diego, CA, 2001 January

“The Effect of Distracters on Student Performance on the Force Concept Inventory”, Dean Zollman and N.S. Rebello, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, San Diego, CA, 2001 January

“Interactive Engagement in a Modern Physics Course”,  Dean Zollman, K. Hogg and L. Bao, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, San Diego, CA, 2001 January

“Advanced Visual Quantum Mechanics:  Interactive Engagements for Advanced Undergraduate Quantum Courses”, Dean Zollman and W. Axmann, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, San Diego, CA, 2001 January

2000

“Developing Scholars Program: An Overview and Preliminary”, Dean Zollman and Alicia Allbaugh, AOK Section Meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers,, Hays, KS 2000 October

“Perception of Spectra”, Dean Zollman, Seunghee Lee and Kirsten Hogg, AOK Section Meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers,, Hays, KS 2000 October

“Students' Understanding of Spectra”, Dean Zollman, S. Lee and K. Hogg, AOK Section Meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers,, Hays, KS 2000 October

“Teaching and Learning Contemporary Physics Concepts”, Dean Zollman and K. Hogg, AOK Section Meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers,, Hays, KS 2000 October

“Attitudes of Future Teachers to Teaching and Learning”, Dean Zollman and K. Hogg, AOK Section Meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers,, Hays, KS 2000 October

“Visual Quantum Mechanics:  An Update, Dean Zollman, AOK Section Meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers,, Hays, KS 2000 October

“Medical Imaging and Medical Procedures Used as Tools for Teaching Modern Physics”, Dean Zollman, D. Poole and K. Hogg, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Guelph, Canada, 2000 August

“A Course in Modern Physics for Nonscience Majors and Future Science Teachers”, Dean Zollman, K. Hogg and L. Bao, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Guelph, Canada, 2000 August

“Bridging the Traditional Labs into Formal Course with Extended Tutorial:  A Case Study on Modern Physics”, Dean Zollman, L. Bao and K. Hogg, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Guelph, Canada, 2000 August

“Students'Understanding of Spectra”, Dean Zollman, S. Lee and K. Hogg, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Guelph, Canada, 2000 August

“Attitudes of Future Teachers to Teaching and Learning”, Dean Zollman and K. Hogg, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Guelph, Canada, 2000 August

“Evaluating Students' Learning in a Modern Physics Course”, Dean Zollman, L. Bao and K. Hogg American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Guelph, Canada, 2000 August

“Measuring Conceptual Development in Modern Physics”, Dean Zollman and W. Axmann, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Guelph, Canada, 2000 August

“Which Should Be First: Potential Wells or Potential Steps?”, Dean Zollman, with L. Bao and K. Hogg, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Guelph, Canada, 2000 August

“Conceptual Quantum Mechanics for Science and Engineering Students”, Dean Zollman, E.F. Redish, M. Wittmann, L. Bao, S. Lee and K. Hogg, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Guelph, Canada, 2000 August

“Quantum Mechanics for Everyone: Can It Be Delivered Through Technology?”, Invited, Dean Zollman, Conference on Simulation and Multimedia in Engineering Education, H. Vakilzadian & C. Wie, eds, Society for Computer Simulation, San Diego, CA, 2000

“Active Learning in Large Enrollment Classes”, Invited, Dean Zollman, Annual Meeting, New Mexico Collaborative for Excellence in Teacher Preparation, Albuquerque, NM, 2000

“Integrating Research & Education: Beyond the Undergraduate Honors Students”, Invited, Dean Zollman, Campus-wide Workshop, University of Adelaide, Adelaide, South Australia, 2000

“Helping Students Build Models: White LED & IR Detection”, Invited, Dean Zollman, Australian Institute of Physics Congress, Adelaide, South Australia, 2000

“Teaching Quantum Mechanics to Everyone: Can It Be Done with Technology?”, Invited, Dean Zollman, Australian Institute of Physics Congress, Adelaide, South Australia, Keynote Address, 2000

“Active Learning in Large Enrollment Classes,”, Invited, Dean Zollman, Annual Meeting, New Mexico Collaborative for Excellence in Teacher Preparation, Albuquerque, NM, 2000

“The Sub-Dimensions of the Dominant Agent Model on Newton's Third Law: Results from Student Interviews”, L. Bao, K. Hogg, D. Zollman and E.F. Redish, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Orlando, FL, 2000 January

“Student Foreign Study Opportunities --- Scientific and Cultural Aspects of the Bicycle: Investigations Using Interactive Technologies”, Dean Zollman, D. Winch, R. Chaudhury, D. Davis and R. Fuller, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Orlando, FL, 2000 January

“Model Analysis on Fine Structures of Student Models: Development of a Survey Instrument”,  Dean Zollman, L. Bao, K. Hogg and E.F. Redish, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Orlando, FL, 2000 January

1999

“Strategies that Enhance Student Learning: Building on the Past, Looking to the Future.  Overview--What Worked and Stuck and What Didn't”, Invited, Dean Zollman, American Physical Society Centennial Meeting, 1999

“Interactive Inquiry Teaching in Large Enrollment Classes”, Invited, Dean Zollman, Sigma XI Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN, 1999

“Visualizing with Video and Virtual Reality”, Invited, Dean Zollman, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, San Antonio, TX, 1999 August

“Learning the Physics of a Scanning Tunneling Microscope (STM) Using a Computer Program, Invited”, Invited, Dean Zollman and N.S. Rebello, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, San Antonio, TX, 1999 August

“Hands-on Quantum Mechanics Workshop”, Invited, Dean Zollman, M. Thoresen and K. Hamed, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, San Antonio, TX, 1999 August

“Tutorials for Introductory Quantum Mechanics”, Dean Zollman and M. Thoresen, American American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, San Antonio, TX, 1999 August

 “Investigating Students' Concepts of Surface Phenomena”, Dean Zollman and K. Hamed, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, San Antonio, TX, 1999 August

“Learning the Physics of a Scanning Tunneling Microscopy (STM) Using a Computer Program”, N. Sanjay Rebello and Dean Zollman, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, San Antonio, TX, 1999 August

“Quantum Mechanics on the Web for Teachers”, Dean Zollman and M. Thoresen, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, San Antonio, TX, 1999 August

“Results from the International Bicycle Project --- Germany, Finland, and Kansas”, Dean Zollman, S. Schaal, L. Bodingbauer, J. Pingenot, and J. Crotts, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, San Antonio, TX, 1999 August

“Scientific and Cultural Aspects of the Bicycle:  Examples Using Interactive Technologies”, Dean Zollman, D. Winch, D. Davis and R. Fuller American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, San Antonio, TX, 1999 August

“Scientific and Cultural Aspects of the Bicycle:  Investigations Using Interactive Technologies”,  Dean Zollman, D. Winch, D. Davis and R. Fuller, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, San Antonio, TX, 1999 August

“Interactive Video-Based Labs vs Microcomputer-Based Labs, a Comparative Study of Conceptual Development”, Dean Zollman and T. Leif, “Quantum Mechanics on the Web for Teachers”, Dean Zollman and M. Thoresen, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, San Antonio, TX, 1999 August

“Do Students Learn When We Teach?”, Dean Zollman, KCEPT Meeting, 1999 June

“Do Students Learn When We Teach?”, Talat Rahman and Dean Zollman KSU Swap Session Presentation, Manhattan, KS, 1999 April

“Qualitative Quantum Mechanics: Visualizations to Facilitate Learning about the Waves of Matter”, Invited, Dean Zollman, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Anaheim, CA, 1999 January

“Energy Diagram Explorer”, Invited, Dean Zollman,N. S. Rebello and C. Cumaranatunge, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Anaheim, CA, 1999 January

“Students' Understanding of Quantum Mechanics Using Concept Maps”, N. Sanjay Rebello, Kastro Hamed and Dean A. Zollman, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Anaheim, CA, 1999 January

1998

“Visual Quantum Mechanics: Explorations of the Quantum World for Non-Science Students”, Invited, N. Sanjay Rebello, Seminar Series, Center for Innovation in Learning, Carnegie-Mellon University, Pittsburg, PA, 1998 November

“Visual Quantum Mechanics: A Field-Tester's Perspective”, T. Leif, N.S. Rebello and D.A. Zollman, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Lincoln, NE, 1998 August

“Conceptual Understanding of Students After Using the Visual Quantum Mechanics Instructional Materials”, Dean Zollman and N.S. Rebello, AAPT Summer Meeting, Lincoln, NE, 1998 August

“Research on Teaching & Learning Quantum Mechanics”, Dean Zollman, National Association for Research in Science Teaching, 1998

“Hands-On Quantum Mechanics”, Dean Zollman, Proceedings of Hands-On Experiments in Physics Education, GIREP, 1998

“Hands-On Data Acquisition & the Science of the Bicycle”, Dean Zollman, Soenke Schaal, and Manfred Euler, Proceedings of Hands-On Experiments in Physics Education, GIREP, 1998

“Recent Advances in Multimedia”, Invited, Dean Zollman, Keynote Address to the Working Group on Multimedia in Physics Teaching Annual Conference, Kiel, Germany, 1998

“Hands-on Quantum Mechanics”, Invited, Dean Zollman, Plenary Lecture and Invited Workshop, GIREP Bi-annual Meeting, Duisburg, Germany, 1998

“Discussion of Interactive Methods for Lecture Classes”, Invited, Dean Zollman, R. Dyer and T. Rahman, American Association of Higher Education Conference on Institutional Change, 1998

“The New Look to Solids & Light and Luminescence”, L.T. Escalada and N.S. Rebello, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, New Orleans, LA, 1998 January

“Replacing Distracters on the Force Concept Inventory with More Frequently Given Responses”, Dean Zollman and N.S. Rebello, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, New Orleans, LA, 1998 January

“Integrating Research and Evaluation”, Dean Zollman and M. Thoresen, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, New Orleans, LA, 1998 January

“Interactive Web-based Applications using ActiveX Controls and Scripting”, Invited, Dean Zollman and N. S. Rebello, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, New Orleans, LA, 1998 January

“Energy Band Creator”, Invited, Dean Zollman, N. S. Rebello, C. Cumaranatunge and L.T. Escalada, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, New Orleans, LA, 1998 January

“Scanning Tunneling Microscope (STM) Simulator”, Invited, Dean Zollman,N. S. Rebello and K. Sushenko, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, New Orleans, LA, 1998 January

“Wave Function Suite”, Invited, Dean Zollman, N. S. Rebello, C. Cumaranatunge and G. Dong, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, New Orleans, LA, 1998 January

“An Investigation of Students' Conceptions of Light”, N.S. Rebello and Dean Zollman, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, New Orleans, LA, 1998 January

1997

“Integrating Interactive Digital Video Techniques in an Introductory Physics Course for Non-Science Majors”, Dean Zollman, Frontiers in Education Conference, Pittsburgh, PA, 1997 November

“Hands-on Quantum Mechanics Workshop”, Invited, Dean Zollman, AOK Section Meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers, 1997 October

“Multimedia in Teaching”, Invited, Dean Zollman, Distinguished University Scholar Presentation, Provost's Lecture Series, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS, 1997

“Hands-on Quantum Mechanics”, Dean Zollman, N.S. Rebello and L.T. Escalada, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Denver, CO, 1997 August

“The Applicability of Visual Quantum Mechanics in High School Physics”, Dean Zollman, L.T. Escalada and N.S. Rebello, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Denver, CO, 1997 August

“Luminescence:  It's Cool Light!  An Instructional Unit on Luminescent Materials and Devices”,  Dean Zollman, N.S. Rebello and L.T. Escalada, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Denver, CO, 1997 August

“Feedback on an Instructional Unit on Waves and Wave Functions”, Dean Zollman, N.S. Rebello and H.M. Gruner, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Denver, CO, 1997 August

“Attitudes and Learning in Cockpit Physics”, Dean Zollman and H. Gruner, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Denver, CO, 1997 August

“The Effect of the Multiple-Choice Format on Student Performance on the Force Concept Inventory”, Dean Zollman and N.S. Rebello, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Denver, CO, 1997 August

“Introducing Spin”, Dean Zollman and K. Hamed, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Denver, CO, 1997 August

:”Using ActiveX in Web-based Physics Instruction American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Denver, CO, 1997 August

“High School Teacher Course on Lasers and Their Applications”, Dean Zollman and R. Arieli, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Denver, CO, 1997 August

“Digital Video, Learning Styles, and Student Understanding of Kinematics Graphics”, Dean Zollman and T. Hein, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Denver, CO, 1997 August

“Student Understanding of the Atom”, Dean Zollman, R. Unal and N.S. Rebello, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Denver, CO, 1997 August

“Teaching Potential Energy Diagrams with Inexpensive Equipment”, Dean Zollman,  A. Dimitrov and N.S. Rebello, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Denver, CO, 1997 August

“Remember When? The Past 25 Years of Interactive, Instructional Media in Physics”, Invited, Dean Zollman, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Denver, CO, 1997 August

“Hands-on Quantum Mechanics Workshop”, Invited, Dean Zollman, N.S. Rebello, L.T. Escalada and H. Gruner, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Denver, CO, 1997 August

“Using Interactive Digital Video in an Introductory Course for Non-science Majors”, Dean Zollman and T. Hein, American Society for Engineering Education, Milwaukee, WI, 1997 June

“Hands-on Quantum Mechanics Workshop”, Invited, Dean Zollman , Asian Physics Educators Network Meeting, Shah Alam, Malaysia, 1997

“Multimedia in Physics Teaching”, Invited, Dean Zollman, Plenary lecture at Asian Physics Educators Network Meeting, Shah Alam, Malaysia, 1997

“Multimedia in Physics Teaching”, Invited, Dean Zollman, Plenary lecture at Teaching Science with New Median Conference at Malaysian Science University, Pengnan, Malaysia, 1997

“Teaching with Multimedia”, Invited, Dean Zollman, Malaysian National Science Museum, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 1997

“Atoms through the Ages”, Invited, Dean Zollman, Malaysian National Planetarium, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 1997

“Atoms through the Ages”, Invited, Dean Zollman, CASE Professor of the Year Lecture Series, Smithsonian Institute, 1997

“Spectroscopy”, Invited, Dean Zollman, N. S. Rebello, C. Cumaranatunge and L.T. Escalada, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Phoenix, AZ, 1997 January

“Semiconductor Device Simulator”, Invited, Dean Zollman, N.S. Rebello and C.M. Ravipati, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Phoenix, AZ, 1997 January

“The Influence of the Science Standards on College-level Physics Courses for Elementary Education Majors”, Invited, Dean Zollman and L.T. Escalada, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Phoenix, AZ, 1997 January

“Hands-on Quantum Mechanics Workshop”, Invited, Dean Zollman, N.S. Rebello, L.T. Escalada and H. Gruner, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Phoenix, AZ, 1997 January 

“Luminescence:  It's Cool Light!  An Instructional Unit on Luminescent Materials and Devices”,  Dean Zollman, N.S. Rebello and L.T. Escalada, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Phoenix, AZ, 1997 January

“Hands-on Quantum Physics”, Dean Zollman, N.S. Rebello, L.T. Escalada, and H. Gruner) American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Phoenix, AZ, 1997 January

“Is Tele-Transportation Possible?  An Instructional Unit on Wave Functions”, Dean Zollman, N.S. Rebello and R. Grabhorn, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Phoenix, AZ, 1997 January

“Investigating Student Understanding of Kinematics Graphs Following Instruction that Utilized Interactive Digital Video Techniques and the Role that Learning Style Plays in the Process”, Dean Zollman and T. Hein American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Phoenix, AZ, 1997 January

1996

“Luminescence: It's Cool Light - An Instructional Unit”, Lawrence. T. Escalada, N. Sanjay Rebello, and Dean A. Zollman, AOK Section Meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers, Edmond, OK, 1996 October

“How Students Describe Atoms”, Dean Zollman and R. Unal, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, College Park, MD, 1996 August

“Applications of Tunneling in Modern Technology”, N. Sanjay Rebello and Dean A. Zollman, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, College Park, MD, 1996 August

“Using Energy Bands to Understand Solid State Devices”, Dean Zollman, L.T. Escalada and N.S. Rebello, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, College Park, MD, 1996 August

“Measurement of Magnetic Potential Energy Diagrams”, Dean Zollman, N.S. Rebello and A. Dimitrova, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, College Park, MD, 1996 August

“A Laboratory Investigation of Motion in Potential Energy Wells”, Dean Zollman,P. Jolly and A. Dimitrova, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, College Park, MD, 1996 August

“Using Analogies to Teach Quantum Mechanics:  A Review of Literature”, Dean Zollman and K. Hamed, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, College Park, MD, 1996 August

“A Computerized Response System in an Introductory Physics Course”, Dean Zollman and D. Johnson American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, College Park, MD, 1996 August

“Solids & Light:  An Instructional Unit on the Quantum Effects in LEDs”, Dean Zollman, N.S. Rebello and L.T. Escalada, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, College Park, MD, 1996 August

“Applications of Tunneling in Modern Technology”, Dean Zollman, N.S. Rebello and L.T. Escalada, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, College Park, MD, 1996 August

“Visualizing Motion in Potential Wells:  A Novel (or Direct) Measurement using the Hall Probe”, Dean Zollman, N.S. Rebello and P. Jolly, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, College Park, MD, 1996 August

“Providing Class Information on the Web:Browsers, Programs, Plug-ins & Links”, K. Zollman and D. Zollman, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, College Park, MD, 1996 August

“Visual Quantum Mechanics: Modern Physics for the High School and Introductory College Student”, Invited, Dean Zollman, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Reno, NV, 1996 January

“Visual Space-Time: A Synthetic Video Approach to Teaching Relativity”, Invited, Dean Zollman, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Reno, NV, 1996 January

“Hands-on Activities for Teaching Quantum Mechanics Workshop”, Invited, Dean Zollman, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Reno, NV, 1996 January

“The Physics InfoMall -- What Have We Learned”, Dean Zollman and G. Pilj, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Reno, NV, 1996 January

“Learning Quantum Mechanics through Interactive Computer Visualizations”, N. Sanjay Rebello, Lawrence T. Escalada, and Dean A. Zollman, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Reno, NV, 1996 January

“Learning Quantum Mechanics by Using LEDs and Solar Cells”, Dean Zollman, L. Escalada and N. Rebello American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Reno, NV, 1996 January

“Applying Student Facets to Modern Physics”, Dean Zollman and R. Unal, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Reno, NV, 1996 January

“Sabbatical Adventures: Experiences of the APS-KR Fellow at Kansas State University”, Dean Zollman and P. Jolly, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Reno, NV 1996 January

1995

“Visual Quantum Mechanics”, N. Sanjay Rebello, Dean A. Zollman, and Lawrence T. Escalada, A-O-K Section Meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers, Russellville, AR, 1995

“Do They Just Sit There?  Reflections on Helping Students Learn Physics”, Invited, Dean Zollman, Millikan Medal Lecture, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Spokane, WA, 1995 August

“Contemporary Physics: A Laboratory Course for Future Teachers”, Dean Zollman, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Spokane, WA, 1995 August

“Using the World Wide Web in Teaching and Curriculum Development”, Dean Zollman, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Spokane, WA, 1995 August

“The Bicycle in Science, Technology and Culture:  A Model for International Cooperation in the Development of Teaching Materials”, Dean Zollman, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Spokane, WA, 1995 August

“Effects of Using Interactive Digital Video on Student Learning & Attitudes”, Dean Zollman, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Spokane, WA, 1995 August

1994

“Teaching Physics with Digital Media”, Invited, Dean Zollman, Keynote Address, National Conference on Computers in Physics Teaching, Torun, Poland, 1994

“Physics InfoMall: A CD-ROM for All Seasons”, Invited, Dean Zollman and R. Fuller, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, South Bend, IN, 1994 August

“Invited Panel Discussion on Using the Physics InfoMall”, Invited, Dean Zollman, R. Grabhorn, M. Ellenstein, D. Replogle, C. Lehman and C. Chiaverina, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, South Bend, IN, 1994 August

1993

“Workshop on Computers in Physics Teaching”, Invited, Dean Zollman, US-Japan-China Conference on Physics Teaching, Zhao Qing, China, 1993

“Modern Physics, Computer Algebra and Digital Video”, Invited, Dean Zollman and S. Raj Chaudhury, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Boise, ID, 1993 August

“Teaching Physics with Emerging Technologies: Digital Video and CD-ROM”, Invited, Dean Zollman , Workshop on New Technologies in Physics Teaching, Al-Ain, United Arab Emirates, 1993

“From Concrete to Abstract: How Video Can Help”, Invited, Dean Zollman, Conference on the Introductory Physics Course, Troy, NY, 1993

 “Knowledge Retrieval in the Physics InfoMall”, Invited, Dean Zollman and S.R. Chaudhury, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, New Orleans, LA, 1993 January

“Databases, Scientific Results, and Curricular Materials:  A Look at Some CD-ROMs for Physics Teaching”, Invited, Dean Zollman, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, New Orleans, LA, 1993 January

“Interactive Multimedia Application of Digital Video in Physics Instruction”, Invited, Dean Zollman and S. Raj Chaudhury, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, New Orleans, LA, 1993 January

1992

“Making Physics Understandable”, Invited, Dean Zollman, Keynote Address, International Conference on Physics Teachers' Education, University of Dortmund, Dortmund, Germany, 1992

“Using DERIVE to Teach Physics”, Invited, Dean Zollman, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Orono, ME, 1992 August

1991

 “Using New Technologies to Improve Physics Teaching”, Invited, Dean Zollman, R. Fuller et al., American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Vancouver, Canada, 1991 August

“Multimedia as an Integral Part of a Learning Cycle Physics Course”, Invited, Dean Zollman American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Vancouver, Canada, 1991 August

“Interactive Video as an Integral Part of a Physics Course”, Invited, Dean Zollman, Eleventh Annual Nebraska Videodisc Symposium, Lincoln, NE, 1991

“Interactive Video as an Integral Component of Laboratory Activities”, Invited, Dean Zollman, Plenary Presentation, Computers en Nieuwe Media in Het Onderwijs, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. 1991

“Modeling in Science”, Invited, Dean Zollman, Keynote Address, Kansas Junior Academy of Science, 1991

“Science Honors Colloquium”, Invited, Dean Zollman, Kansas Association of Teachers in Science  Camp, Rock Springs, KS, 1991 April

“Teaching Physics with Computers in the US and Japan”, Invited, Dean Zollman, US-China-Japan Conference on Physics Teaching, Fuji Conference Center, Japan, 1991

“The Interactive Video Component of CUPLE”, Invited, Dean Zollman, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, San Antonio, TX, 1991 January

“Teaching Modern Physics with Physics: Cinema Classics and a Bar Code Reader”, Invited, Dean Zollman, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, San Antonio, TX, 1991 January

1990

“Repurposing Broadcast Television for Interactive Instruction”, Invited, Dean Zollman, Tenth Annual Nebraska Videodisc Symposium, Lincoln, NE, 1990

1989

“Interactive Video for Complex Motion Analysis”, Invited, Dean Zollman, National Educational Computer Conference, Boston, MA. 1989

“Building Models and Testing Hypothesis: Examples from Interactive Video”, Invited, Dean Zollman, NATO Advanced Workshop on Student Development of Physics Concepts, Pavia, Italy, 1989

1988

“Using Examples from Sports to Teach Physics”, Invited, Dean Zollman, American Association of Physics Teachers National Meeting, Ithaca, NY, 1988 August

“Beyond TV‑Interactive and Digital Video in Physics Teaching”, Invited, Dean Zollman, Conference on Computers in Physics Instruction, Raleigh, NC, 1988

“Electronic Bulletin Board and Networks in Teaching”, Invited, Dean Zollman, Annual Videodisc Symposium, Lincoln, NE, 1988

“Interactive Learning in Science”, Invited, Dean Zollman, Keynote Address, Computers in Science Teaching, Indianapolis, IN, 1988

“Teaching Science with Videodiscs”, Invited, Dean Zollman, Kansas City Regional Council for Higher Education, Kansas City, MO, 1988

1987

“Interactive Video in Physics Teaching”, Invited, Dean Zollman,  American Association for the Advancement of Science Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, 1987

1986

“Skylab Physics:  Lesson for 12-14 year old Pupils”, Invited, Dean Zollman, Groupe International de Recherche sur l'Enseignement de la Physique, Copenhagen, Denmark, 1986

“Interactive Video for Teaching Space Science”, Invited, Dean Zollman, Groupe International de Recherche sur l'Enseignement de la Physique, Copenhagen, Denmark, 1986

“Interactive Video in High School and College Physics Teaching”, Invited, Dean Zollman, National Videodisc Symposium for Education, Lincoln, NE, 1986

“Physics and Sports: Some Pedagogical Considerations”, Invited, Dean Zollman, The Jerry Ruggman Lecture, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, NE (1986)

1985

“Interactive Video‑The Combination of Videodisc and Microcomputers”, Invited, Dean Zollman, Microscience Conference, Balaton, Hungary, 1985

“Recent Developments in Videodiscs for Physics”, Invited, Dean Zollman, Communicating Physics Conference, International Commission on Physics Education, Duisburg, Germany, 1985

“Interactive Video and Science Teaching”, Invited, Dean Zollman, AAAS Southwestern Regional Meeting, Tucson, AZ, 1985

1984

“Video‑It Is No Longer Just TV”, Invited, Dean Zollman, AAPT Announcer 13/4, 96 (1984)

“Interactive Videodiscs for Teaching Classical Mechanics”, Invited, Dean Zollman and R. G. Fuller, Groupe International de Recherche sur l'Enseignement de la Physique, Utrecht, The Netherlands, 1984

1983

“Videodiscs in Education”, Invited, Dean Zollman and Gary Carlson, Seminar on Computer Aided Design for Publishing, Pratt Center for Computer Graphics in Design, New York, 1983

“Interactive Videodiscs for College Physics”, Invited, Dean Zollman, CompuFair '83 Tacoma, Washington, 1983 February

“Videodiscs in Education”, Invited, Dean Zollman, National Computing Conference, Anaheim, CA, 1983)

“Educational Uses of Interactive Videodiscs in the United States”, Invited, Dean Zollman, Symposium on Interactive Video, British Open University, Milton Keynes, England, 1983

“Videodiscs in Education”, Invited, Dean Zollman, LOGON '83, Bozeman, MT, 1983

1982

“Videodiscs in Physics Education”, Invited Dean Zollman and R. G. Fuller) Third National Videodisc Symposium, 1982

“Clinic on Training Teaching Assistants”, Invited, Dean Zollman, L. Jossem, et al., AAPT Announcer 12/4, 80, 1982

“Videodiscs in Physics Teaching”, Invited, Dean Zollman, AOK Section Meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers, 1982

1981

“The Tacoma Narrows Bridge Videodisc”, Invited,  Dean Zollman, R. G. Fuller and T.C. Campbell, Second National Videodisc Symposium, 1981 October

“Disco Physics or Laser Vision Meets the Tacoma Narrows Bridge”, Invited, Dean Zollman and R.G. Fuller, AAPT Announcer 11/2, 87, 1981

“Intelligent Videodisc Systems”, Invited, Dean Zollman, AAPT Announcer 11/4, 112, 1981

1980

“Student Confidence in Physics”, Invited, Dean Zollman, R. G. Fuller, et al., AAPT Announcer 10/2, 64, 1980

1979

“Student Confidence in Physics”, Invited, Dean Zollman, R. G. Fuller, et al., AAPT Announcer 9/4, 66, 1979

1978

“Teaching Atomic Spectra with Street Lights”, Invited, Dean Zollman, NSTA National Meeting Program, 1978

“Using Videotapes to Improve Teaching”, Invited, Dean Zollman and G. Wheeler, AAPT Announcer 8/2, 69, 1978

“Pedagogical Films During Manned Space Missions”, Invited, Dean Zollman, AAPT Announcer 8/4, 87, 1978

1977

“Orientation for the Teaching Assistant:  A Laboratory-Based Program”, Invited, Dean Zollman and J. D. Spears, Washington APS Meeting, Bulletin of the American Physical Society 22/4, 1977

“Using Videotapes to Improve Teaching”, Invited, Dean Zollman, S. Napell and G. Wheeler, AAPT Announcer 7/4, 66, 1977

“Teaching Atomic Spectra with Street Lights”, Invited, Dean Zollman, Appalachian Section of American Association of Physics 1976, AAPT Announcer 6/3, 33, 1977

“Teaching Atomic Spectra with Street Lights”, Invited, Dean Zollman, New Jersey Section, of American Association of Physics, AAPT Announcer 6/3, 39, 1977

“The AAPT Slide and Film Exchange”, Invited, Dean Zollman, New York Section of American Association of Physics, AAPT Announcer 6/3, 39, 1977

“Future Opportunities for Physics Teachers”, Invited, Dean Zollman, Illinois Section of American Association of Physics AAPT, AAPT Announcer 6/3, 53, 1977

“Physics Laboratories for Blind Students”, Invited, Dean Zollman, A-O-K Section Meeting of the American Association of Physics, 1977

1975

“Filming Physical Phenomena”, Invited, Dean Zollman, R. Fuller and T. Campbell, AAPT Announcer 5/2, 50, 1975

1972

“Contribution of Heavy Meson Exchanges to Second-Class Effects in Nuclear Beta Decay”,  Dean Zollman and F. A. Costanzi,  Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 17, 608, 1972

“A Mini-Exploratorium”, Dean Zollman and C. E. Hathaway, AAPT Announcer 2/4, 32,1972

1970

“Off-Shell Amplitudes from Pion Production”, Dean Zollman, M. K. Banerjee, C. A. Levinson and M. D. Shuster, Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 15, 525, 1970

“Pion Production in Nuclear Collisions”, Dean Zollman,  M. K. Banerjee, C. A. Levinson and M. D. Shuster,  Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 15, 525, 1970

1965

“Search for Post-End Point Electrons and Evidence of Neutrino Degeneracy”, Dean Zollman, S. T. Hsue, L. M. Langer, E.H. Spejewski, and S. M. Tang, Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 10, 715, 1965