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2011
Gire, Elizabeth, Dong-Hai Nguyen, and Sanjay N Rebello. Characterizing Students' Use of Graphs in Introductory Physics with a Graphical Analysis Epistemic Game In Annual Meeting of the National Association of Research in Science Teaching., 2011.
2010
Chini, Jacquelyn J., Adrian Carmichael, Sanjay N Rebello, Elizabeth Gire, and Sadhana Puntambekar. Comparing students’ performance with physical and virtual manipulatives in a simple machines curriculum In Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association. Denver, Colorado, 2010.
Chini, Jacquelyn J., Adrian Carmichael, Elizabeth Gire, Sanjay N Rebello, and Sadhana Puntambekar. Effects of a Prior Virtual Experience on Students' Interpretations of Real Data In American Institute of Physics Conference. Vol. 1289. American Institute of Physics, 2010.
Nguyen, Dong‐Hai, Elizabeth Gire, and Sanjay N Rebello. Facilitating Strategies for Solving Work‐Energy Problems in Graphical and Equational Representations In American Institute of Physics Conference. Vol. 1289. American Institute of Physics, 2010.
Nguyen, Dong‐Hai, Elizabeth Gire, and Sanjay N Rebello. Facilitating students’ problem solving across multiple representations in introductory mechanics In American Institute of Physics Conference. Vol. 1289. American Institute of Physics, 2010.
Carmichael, Adrian, Adam Larson, Elizabeth Gire, Lester Loschky, and Sanjay N Rebello. How Does Visual Attention Differ Between Experts and Novices on Physics Problems? In American Institute of Physics Conference. Vol. 1289. American Institute of Physics, 2010.
Juma, Nasser M., Elizabeth Gire, Kristan Corwin, Brian Washburn, and Sanjay N Rebello. Students’ and Instructor’s Impressions of Ill‐structured Capstone Projects in an Advanced Electronics Lab In American Institute of Physics Conference. Vol. 1289. American Institute of Physics, 2010.