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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Gire, Elizabeth, Aaron Wangberg, and Robyn Wangberg. Student Reasoning About Conservative Fields with Dry-Erasable Tools., 2017.