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2021
Solorio, Christian D., Elizabeth Gire, and David Roundy. Computation to Support Understanding of Discrete and Continuous Quantum Systems. Remote via Underline: American Association of Physics Teachers Annual Summer Meeting, 2021.
Solorio, Christian D., Elizabeth Gire, and David Roundy. How Students Organize Quantum Concepts and Representations: A Card Sorting Task. Remote via Underline: Physics Education Research Conference, 2021.
Roundy, David, Elizabeth Gire, Corinne A. Manogue, and Tevian Dray. Introducing the new Paradigms in Physics Curriculum Website. Remote via Underline: Physics Education Research Conference, 2021.
Lenz, MacKenzie, Kelby T. Hahn, and Elizabeth Gire. A Sensemaking Foundation for Paradigms in Physics at OSU. Remote via Underline: American Association of Physics Teachers Annual Winter Meeting, 2021.
Gire, Elizabeth, Edward Price, Corinne A. Manogue, Tevian Dray, Charles J. De Leone, Kelby T. Hahn, and Jonathan W. Alfson. Structural Features of External Representation in Physics. Remote via Underline: American Association of Physics Teachers Annual Winter Meeting, 2021.
Gire, Elizabeth, Grant Sherer, Maggie Greenwood, and Corinne A. Manogue. Student Reasoning with Completeness Relations in Quantum Mechanics. Remote via Underline: Physics Education Research Conference, 2021.
Hahn, Kelby T., and Elizabeth Gire. Using Arms to Represent Complex-Valued Vectors in Quantum Mechanics. Remote via Underline: American Association of Physics Teachers Annual Summer Meeting, 2021.
Gire, Elizabeth, Corinne Manogue, and Maggie Greenwood. Using Completeness Relations to Help Students Understand Wavefunctions. Remote via Underline: American Association of Physics Teachers Annual Summer Meeting, 2021.
2019
Manogue, Corinne A., Michael Vignal, Paul J. Emigh, David Roundy, Tevian Dray, and Elizabeth Gire. Change in Multivariable Functions. Houston, TX: American Association of Physics Teachers Annual Winter Meeting, 2019.
Herring, Travis, MacKenzie Lenz, Kelby T. Hahn, Paul J. Emigh, and Elizabeth Gire. Evaluative sensemaking: frequency of and variance among instructors In Physics Education Research Conference. Provo, UT, 2019.
Alfson, Jonathan W., Paul J. Emigh, Reese R. Siegel, Aaron Wangberg, Robyn Wangberg, and Elizabeth Gire. Explicitly prompting covariational reasoning in a thermodynamics context In Physics Education Research Conference. Provo, UT: Physics Education Research Conference, 2019.
Hahn, Kelby T., Paul J. Emigh, MacKenzie Lenz, and Elizabeth Gire. Prompting Special-Case Analysis in Classical Mechanics. Provo, UT: American Association of Physics Teachers Annual Summer Meeting, 2019.
Wangberg, Aaron, and Elizabeth Gire. "Raising Calculus to the Surface: Extending derivatives and concepts with multiple representations." Calculus in upper secondary and beginning university mathematics (2019): 122.
Hahn, Kelby T., Paul J. Emigh, and Elizabeth Gire. Sensemaking in special relativity: developing new intuitions In Physics Education Research Conference. Provo, UT: American Institute of Physics, 2019.
Emigh, Paul J.. Student Reasoning about Multivariable Covariation in Thermodynamics In Physics Education Research Conference, Edited by Reese R. Siegel, Jonathan W. Alfson and Elizabeth Gire. Provo, UT, 2019.
Lenz, MacKenzie, Kelby T. Hahn, Paul J. Emigh, and Elizabeth Gire. Students' Sensemaking Skills and Habits: Two Years Later In Physics Education Research Conference . Provo, UT: American Association of Physics Teachers, 2019.
Kimbrough, Adrian, Paul J. Emigh, Jonathan W. Alfson, and Elizabeth Gire. Teaching Gravitational Potential Energy: Student Interaction with Surface Manipulatives In Physics Education Research Conference. Provo, UT: American Association of Physics Teachers, 2019.
2018
Vignal, Michael, Reese R. Siegel, Paul J. Emigh, and Elizabeth Gire. Expert Reasoning about Independent and Dependent Variables in Thermodynamics. Washington, DC: Physics Education Research Conference, 2018.
Gire, Elizabeth, Jonathan W. Alfson, Reese R. Siegel, Paul J. Emigh, Robyn Wangberg, and Aaron Wangberg. Helping Students Learn Thermo with Raising Physics to the Surface. Washington, DC: American Association of Physics Teachers Annual Summer Meeting, 2018.
Gire, Elizabeth, MacKenzie Lenz, Kelby Hahn, and Paul Emigh. Making Sense of Physics Sensemaking. Washington, DC: Physics Education Research Conference, 2018.
Hahn, Kelby T., Paul J. Emigh, MacKenzie Lenz, and Elizabeth Gire. Student Application of Special-Case Analysis for Physics Sense-Making. Tacoma, WA: American Physical Society Northwest Chapter Meeting, 2018.
Emigh, Paul J., Jonathan W. Alfson, and Elizabeth Gire. Student Sense Making about Equipotential Graphs In Physics Education Research Conference. Washington DC: American Association of Physics Teachers, 2018.
Lenz, MacKenzie, Kelby T. Hahn, Paul J. Emigh, and Elizabeth Gire. Students' Perspectives of and Experiences with Sensemaking in Mechanics. Washington, DC: American Association of Physics Teachers Annual Summer Meeting, 2018.
Lenz, MacKenzie, and Elizabeth Gire. Surprise! Students Don’t Do Special-Case Analysis when Unaware of It In Physics Education Research Conference. Washington, DC: American Association of Physics Teachers, 2018.
Gire, Elizabeth, Paul Emigh, Kelby Hahn, and MacKenzie Lenz. Teaching Physics Sensemaking to Physics Majors. Rockport, WA: Foundation and Frontiers in Physics Education Research Pudget Sound, 2018.
2017
Vignal, Michael, David Roundy, Corinne A. Manogue, and Elizabeth Gire. Analogues in Thermodynamics: the Partial Derivatives Machine and Legendre transformations In 2017 Physics Education Research Conference. Cincinnati, OH, 2017.
Wangberg, Aaron, Tisha Hooks, Brian Fisher, Jason Samuels, and Elizabeth Gire. Factors influencing instructor use of student ideas in the multivariable classroom In Proceedings of the 20th Annual Conference on Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education. San Diego, CA: The Special Interest Group of the Mathematical Association of America on Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education (SIGMAA-RUME), 2017.
Dray, Tevian, Elizabeth Gire, Corinne A. Manogue, and David Roundy. "Interpreting Derivatives." PRIMUS (2017).
Manogue, Corinne, Tevian Dray, Paul J. Emigh, Elizabeth Gire, and David Roundy. "A learning progression for partial derivatives." In 2017 Physics Education Research Conference. Cincinnati, OH, 2017.
Gire, Elizabeth, Aaron Wangberg, and Robyn Wangberg. Multiple tools for visualizing equipotential surfaces: Optimizing for instructional goals In 2017 Physics Education Research Conference. Cincinnati, OH, 2017.
Roundy, David, Elizabeth Gire, Ethan Minot, Emily van Zee, and Corinne Manogue. Paradigms in Physics 2.0 In 2017 Physics Education Research Conference. Cincinnati, OH, 2017.
Gire, Elizabeth, and Edward Price. Quantum Notations as Computational Tools. Cincinnati, OH: Physics Education Research Conference, 2017.
Lenz, MacKenzie, Kelby T. Hahn, Paul J. Emigh, and Elizabeth Gire. Student perspectives of and experiences with sense-making: a case study In 2017 Physics Education Research Conference. Cincinnati, OH: American Association of Physics Teachers, 2017.
Gire, Elizabeth, Aaron Wangberg, and Robyn Wangberg. Student Reasoning About Conservative Fields with Dry-Erasable Tools., 2017.
Hahn, Kelby T., MacKenzie Lenz, Paul J. Emigh, and Elizabeth Gire. "Student sense-making on homework in a sophomore mechanics course." In 2017 Physics Education Research Conference. Cincinnati, OH, 2017.
Rus, Vasile, Rajendra Banjade, Nobal Niraula, Elizabeth Gire, and Donald Franceschetti. "A study on two hint-level policies in conversational intelligent tutoring systems." In Innovations in Smart Learning, 175-184. Singapore: Springer, 2017.
2016
Wangberg, Aaron, Elizabeth Gire, Brian Fisher, and Jason Samuels. A case for whole class discussions: Two case studies of the interaction between instructor role and instructor experience with a research-informed curriculum In 19th Research on Undergraduate Mathematics Education Conference. Pittsburgh, PA., 2016.
Vignal, Michael, and Elizabeth Gire. "Epistemic Games: A Multi-Layered Task Analysis." In 2016 Physics Education Research Conference, edited by Dyan L. Jones, Lin Ding and Adrienne Traxler. Sacramento, CA, 2016.
Lenz, MacKenzie, and Elizabeth Gire. "Faculty Expectations of Dimensional Analysis." In 2016 Physics Education Research Conference, edited by Dyan L. Jones, Lin Ding and Adrienne Traxler. Sacramento, CA, 2016.
Gire, Elizabeth. "Paradigms in Physics: Representations of Partial Derivatives." In 2016 EnFUSE Symposium, edited by Tevian Dray, Corinne Manogue, David Roundy and Emily van Zee. Washington, DC, 2016.
Gire, Elizabeth, Tevian Dray, Corinne A. Manogue, and David Roundy. Representations of Partial Derivatives In EnFUSE Symposium 2016. Washington, D.C.: National Science Foundation, 2016.
2015
Gire, Elizabeth, and Edward Price. "Structural features of algebraic quantum notations." Physical Review Special Topics Physics Education Research 11 (2015): 020109.

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