Physics Teacher

Papers
(The TQCC of Physics Teacher is 1. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-05-01 to 2024-05-01.)
ArticleCitations
Physics Laboratory at Home During the COVID-19 Pandemic27
Why Are There So Few Women in Physics? Reflections on the Experiences of Two Women25
Active Learning in an Inequitable Learning Environment Can Increase the Gender Performance Gap: The Negative Impact of Stereotype Threat22
Using Math in Physics: Overview20
Recommendations for emergency remote teaching based on the student experience19
How Perception of Being Recognized or Not Recognized by Instructors as a “Physics Person” Impacts Male and Female Students’ Self-Efficacy and Performance18
Phyphox app in the physics classroom17
Bringing Physical Physics Classroom Online – Challenges of Online Teaching in the New Normal14
Student Responses to Changes in Introductory Physics Learning Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic14
Facilitating Intersectionally Conscious Collaborations in Physics Education14
A Fresh Look at the Young-Laplace Equation and Its Many Applications in Hydrostatics14
Gender & Self-Efficacy: A Call to Physics Educators13
Physics Textbooks from 1960–2016: A History of Gender and Racial Bias13
Magnetic Forces Between a Magnet and a Solenoid13
Designing Laboratories for Online Instruction Using the iOLab Device12
Being a Token Black Female Faculty Member in Physics: Exploring Research on Gendered Racism, Identity Shifting as a Coping Strategy, and Inclusivity in Physics12
Share It, Don’t Split It: Can Equitable Group Work Improve Student Outcomes?11
Using Arduino Uno Microcontroller to Create Interest in Physics11
PhysPort Use and Growth: Supporting Physics Teaching with Research-based Resources Since 20119
Analyzing the Dynamics of a Yo-Yo Using a Smartphone Gyroscope Sensor9
Using Math in Physics: 1. Dimensional Analysis9
Physics from an Underrepresented Lens: What I Wish Others Knew9
Making the invisible visible: Visualization of the connection between magnetic field, electric current, and Lorentz force with the help of augmented reality8
Measuring Wavelengths with LEGO® Bricks: Building a Michelson Interferometer for Quantitative Experiments8
Developing Educational YouTube Videos as a Tool to Learn and Teach Physics7
Using Math in Physics: 2. Estimation7
Shear Modulus Determination Using the Smartphone in a Torsion Pendulum7
Learning the lens equation using water and smartphones/tablets7
Measurement of the Velocity of Sound Through Resonance in Air Columns as a Homemade Experiment6
Fostering Students’ Values Through Role Play about Socioscientific Issues6
Projectile Motion: The “Coming and Going” Phenomenon6
Is My Physics Textbook Sexist?6
Exploration of Large Pendulum Oscillations and Damping Using a Smartphone6
Using Math in Physics: 3. Anchor equations6
Meeting Laboratory Course Learning Goals Remotely via Custom Home Experiment Kits6
Using Math in Physics: 4. Toy models6
A new role for the Cartesian diver: Showing free-fall weightlessness5
Integrating Equity: Curricular Development and Student Experiences in an Intermediate-Level College Physics Major Course5
Determination of gravity acceleration with smartphone ambient light sensor5
Virtual labs and simulations: Where to find them and tips to make them work5
When Negative Is Not “Less than Zero”: Electric Charge as a Signed Quantity5
Magnetic fields produced by electric railways5
Real-time visualization of electrical circuit schematics: An augmented reality experiment setup to foster representational knowledge in introductory physics education5
Promoting Problem Solving Through Interactive Video-Enhanced Tutorials5
Using the smartphone as oscillation balance5
The Falling Rod Race5
Chatbots Attempt Physics Homework—ChatGPT: Chat Generative Pre-Trained Transformer5
Leaving the “One True Path”: Teaching physics without single correct answers5
Development of an Augmented Reality-Based Game for Projectile Motion5
The Elephant in the (Physics Class)Room: Discussing Gender Inequality in Our Class5
Smartphones and Gravitational Acceleration I: Overview5
LED gates for measuring kinematic parameters using the ambient light sensor of a smartphone5
An Arduino-Based Experiment Designed to Investigate Gas Pressure4
The Physical Cause of Atmospheric Pressure: Weight of Air or Molecular Motion and Impacts?4
How to Teach the Electromagnetic Spectrum with Superheroes4
Connecting Torque and Friction Using Tactile Learning Activities4
Energy Cubes4
Networks of Support: Investigating a Counterspace that Provides Identity Resources for Minoritized Students in Post-Secondary Physics4
Experiments with mobile devices — A retrospective on 10 years of iPhysicsLabs4
Where Do Women of Color Complete Physics Degrees?4
Determining the Acceleration Due to Gravity and Friction Using the Ticker Tape Timer Method4
A Misconception Regarding the Einstein Equivalence Principle and a Possible Cure Using the Twin Paradox4
PEER Physics: An evidence-based framework for inclusive physics curricula4
Introductory Physics Labs: A Tale of Two Transformations4
Estimating the Moon-to-Earth Radius Ratio with a Smartphone, a Telescope, and an Eclipse4
Smartphones and Gravitational Acceleration II: Applications4
Arduino-Smartphone Device as a Physical Phenomena Measurer4
Pulling a Spool4
Entanglement Ball: Using Dodgeball to Introduce Quantum Entanglement4
Our Shifting Understandings of Culturally Relevant Pedagogy in Physics4
How Media Hype Affects Our Physics Teaching: A Case Study on Quantum Computing4
Acoustic Standing Waves: A Battle Between Models4
Teaching University Physics Courses During the Coronavirus Pandemic (COVID-19)4
Preparing Precollege Students for the Second Quantum Revolution with Core Concepts in Quantum Information Science4
Anti-Deficit Framing of Sociological Physics Education Research4
Supporting Inclusive Teaching in Introductory College Physics4
NGSS Engineering Practices in Physics Instruction: Building a Night Light4
Using the Naked Eye to Analyze Polarized Light From a Smartphone4
Smartphones and the Acoustic Doppler Effect in High School3
Why Aren’t More Theories Named After Women? Teaching Women’s History in Physics3
One Hundred Years Later, Introductory Labs Are Poised for Change3
Voltaic Cells: The Good (Faraday), the Bad (Volta), and the Ugly (Galvani)3
Geometry and the Cause of the Seasons: The Changing Hours of Daylight and Elevation Angle of the Sun at Noon3
Apparatus Named After Our Academic Ancestors – V3
A bubble-based demonstration of free-fall weightlessness3
Maximum Momentum and Kinetic Energy of a Rocket3
Considerations for Inclusive and Equitable Design: The Case of STEP UP Counternarratives in HS Physics3
STEM Education of Kinematics and Dynamics Using Arduino3
Certain Tricks to Calculate Some Centers of Mass3
Precise Measurements Using a Smartphone’s Magnetometer—Measuring Magnetic Fields and Permeability3
Teaching Quantum Computing to High School Students3
Teaching Electricity and Magnetism Using Kinesthetic Learning Activities3
Measuring the Acoustic Response of Classrooms with a Smartphone3
A Race Between Rolling and Sliding Up and Down an Incline3
The game of grades and the hidden curriculum3
Resources for Supporting Students With and Without Disabilities in Your Physics Courses3
Infusing Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Throughout Our Physics Curriculum: (Re)defining What It Means to Be a Physicist3
Using Math in Physics: 5. Functional dependence3
Using an online virtual oscilloscope3
Special relativity algebra3
Motivating Premedical Students to Get Interested in Physics3
An Off-Center, Elastic Collision: Conservation of Kinetic Energy Without a Perfect Coefficient of Restitution3
Using Universal Design for Learning to Support Students with Disabilities in a SCALE-UP Physics Course3
Determination of the Transverse Width and Distance of an Object with a Smartphone Camera3
Measuring and Modeling the Force between Permanent Magnets3
All About Polytropic Processes3
Inexpensive Physical Pendulum with Arduino3
Measurement of g using a pendulum and a smartphone proximity sensor3
An Arduino-Based Experimental Setup for Teaching Light Color Mixing, Light Intensity Detection, and Ambient Temperature Sensing3
Comment on “Tilting Motion and the Moment of Inertia of the Smartphone”3
Determining the coefficient of kinetic friction using smartphone sensors3
Three Redshifts: Doppler, Cosmological, and Gravitational3
Beyond Recurring Free-Body Force Diagrams: Educational Pros and Cons of Alternative Means of Representing Forces and Interactions3
Lessons from Research Exploring the Underrepresentation of Women in Physics3
Lights, Physics, Action: The Science of Theater Lighting Design3
A Scaffolded Approach to Laboratory Report Writing for Non-Major and Introductory Physics Classes3
Improved centrifugal effect demonstration2
Magnetic Force between a Multilayered Solenoid and a Magnet2
Conductors, Insulators, and Solar Cells: A Simple Introduction2
What gives musical instruments their sound?2
Discovering the Laws of Gases with a Manometer Based on Arduino2
The Electric Monochord: A Musical Demonstration About Electromagnetic Induction2
Determining Transistor Characteristics with Arduino2
Using a Simple Pendulum Investigation to Develop Students’ History and Nature of Science Knowledge2
A Semester-Long Study of Magnetic Fields Using Smartphones to Engage Non-Physics Majors2
Effective Ammeter-Voltmeter Method2
Simple Steps to Promote Classroom Engagement and Inclusion: A Report from the Field2
Exploring Hubble Constant Data in an Introductory Course2
An Approach to a Physical Understanding of Color Mixing2
Implementing Raspberry Pi 3 and Python in the Physics Laboratory2
Fluids Demonstrations III: Viscous Flow in Modified Thin Enclosures, Centrifugal Effect, Vortical Flow, and Turbulence2
Lessons for Instructor–Student Interactions in Physics from the World of Improvisational Theater2
Arons at Amherst2
There goes the Sun: Sunset simulations old and new2
Stop-Motion Animation to Model the Analemma2
A Color-Mixing Setup for a Physics Teaching Laboratory2
Human reaction times2
Conservation of Angular Momentum with Slightly Modified Commercial Apparatuses2
Self-guided field trips as an alternative to final exams2
How Should Physics Teachers Be Prepared? A Review of Recommendations2
Balloon-borne Solar Radiation Measurements During the 2017 North American Eclipse2
Beyond the Magnetic Field of a Finite Wire: A Teaching Approach Using the Superposition Principle2
Virtual Laboratories in Physics Education2
Engaging Students from Introductory Physics Courses in Socio-scientific Debates2
Revisiting Standing Waves on a Circular Path2
Writing Virtual Reality Teaching Resources2
Selective Assessment in Introductory Physics Labatorials2
Navigating the canyon to redefine belonging as a metric for inclusion2
Vertical Launch of a Grappling Hook2
The Mass of Hatchling Tyrannosaur and Sauropod Dinosaurs2
A second call-and-RESPONSE!2
Rolling and Sliding down an Inclined Plane2
Using Desmos to Understand the Difference Between Phase and Group Velocity2
Earthquakes and seismic waves: Solutions for Fermi Questions, March 20242
Simulating the Action Principle in Optics2
An Experiment to Verify the Current Dependence of Ampère's Law for a “Long” Straight Current-Carrying Conductor2
Magnetic Force from Terminal Velocity2
The Lady Be Good: A Case Study in Radio Frequency Direction Finders2
Solving More ‘Calculus-Based’ Physics Problems with Trigonometry2
Improving the Wilson Cloud Chamber Using Peltier Chips2
Impetus-Like Reasoning as Continuous with Newtonian Physics2
Projectile Motion in Midair Using Simple Analytical Approximations2
Will the Wheel Stand Still Uphill?2
Prepare for the 2023 and 2024 Solar Eclipses! School and Community Events and Fundraising2
Lunar astrometry2
Observing Solar Limb Darkening in the Classroom2
Energy in Its Material and Social Context: Power Plants2
Exploring Newton’s Second Law and Kinetic Friction Using the Accelerometer Sensor in Smartphones2
Sex and Gender as Non-binary: What Does this Mean for Physics Teachers?2
Polarimetry Measurement in a Physics Lab for Food Science Undergraduate Students2
Discovering Newton’s Second Law of Motion in the Classroom2
Serious Physics on a Playground Swing—With Toys, Your Own Body, and a Smartphone2
Modeling ICBM Trajectories Around a Rotating Globe with Systems Tool Kit2
Measuring the speed of light in liquids with a smartphone2
What if Energy Flowed from Cold to Hot? Counterfactual Thought Experiments2
A Practical Approach to Physics for Non-Scientists2
Development of an Energy Science Curriculum2
The versatile constant velocity car2
Supporting Preschool Teachers to Teach Physics in Mexico2
Ya Basic: Examining the Duality of Minority-Serving Conference Experiences2
A Simple Way to Demonstrate Fluorescent Image by Employing a Conventional Microscope and Transparent Colored Acrylic Pieces2
Enhancing Student Learning of Global Warming Through Reflective Writing2
Demonstrating birefringence using a smartphone camera2
Fractals on a Benchtop: Observing Fractal Dimension in a Resistor Network2
Stellar photometry in an introductory physics lab (or, translating flux into magnitudes)2
The Central Scientific Company and its Apparatus2
Seeing Is Believing: Demonstrating the RC Time Constant Visually2
Augmented Reality Experiment with a Van de Graaff Generator2
How to Use the Archimedes Paradox for Educational Purposes2
An Arduino Investigation of the Temperature Dependence of the Speed of Sound in Air2
The Physical Pendulum: An Illustrative Teaching Laboratory Example Using a Long Rod2
Use of a Simple Homemade Apparatus to Teach Basic Thermal Concepts – Six Qualitative Demonstrations/Experiments2
The Search for Exoplanets: A Capstone Project in Service Learning and Outreach2
Authentic Independent Investigations in High School Physics Laboratories2
New column on justice issues in physics and physics education2
Funicular Bridges2
Video analysis to examine Kepler’s laws of planetary motion2
A Foucault Pendulum Pilgrimage in Paris2
Energy Losses in a Bouncing Ball2
Converting Physlets and Other Java Programs to JavaScript2
From Pressure Maps and Wind Velocity to Northern Lights and Other Fascinating Phenomena on the Rotating Earth2
Would Usain Bolt Beat the Dinosaur Dilophosaurus Wetherilli in a 100-Meter Race?2
Acceleration Measurement Using Arduino and a Smartphone for the Motion of Objects on an Inclined Plane2
Temporal Change of a Parallel Plate Capacitor’s Voltage after Dielectric Insertion2
Estimating damping effects using a smartphone2
Archimedes’ Balance Approach Applied to Buoyant Force2
Sterile Neutrinos: Are They Real?1
Acceleration of a Ball Up an Incline1
A Skateboarding Experiential Learning Activity for Introductory Physics1
Talking Is Thinking: Supporting Student Sense-Making Through Discourse and Assessment1
Motivating the Biot-Savart Law1
Cultivating community1
Flipped Classes: An Opportunity for Low-Stakes Group Problem Solving1
Standing Vertical Jumps – Sports Physics with a Smartphone1
Adherence to and Deviation from the Inverse-Square Law of Intensity for Sound and Light1
A Gauss’s Law Computer Simulation in GlowScript1
Ground rainbows: A cautionary tale for authors and editors alike1
Physical Computing with Arduino1
Direct Detection of Alpha Particles with Solid-State Electronics1
A Room-Size Model of Lunar Phases1
December Figuring Physics Answer1
The 3D-Printed Twirly Whirly: A New Spin on a Toy for Teaching Moment of Inertia1
Beyond the Classroom: Profiling Muon Flux in Relation to Overburden in Fermilab’s MINOS Tunnel1
Remembering Michael Collins1
A FAN-C Exploration of RC Circuits1
Wien’s Displacement Law and Blackbody Radiation Quartiles1
Dolores Gende’s “Resources for Physics Remote Learning” Google Doc1
An invitation to practice self-compassion1
The Relative Motion When Accelerating the Container of an Object Submerged in a Fluid1
We Can’t Ignore the Pandemic Fallout in Our Physics Classes1
Methods to Select the Scales and Starting Values for Axes in Linear Graphs1
The Ball Bearing High Voltage Generator – A Demonstration Apparatus Illustrating Electrostatic Concepts at Multiple Levels1
Note on acrobat energies1
Autopsy of a failed extension policy1
The Cross Diagram for Kinematics Problems1
Spectral Analysis of Musical Notes as a Source of Information About Musical Instruments1
Rooted in their reality: Driving question boards as a tool for equity1
A Two-Tiered Strategy to Help Students Assess Their Answers to Physics Problems1
A Physics Story: Literacy technique for learning the language of physics1
Absence of buoyant force in free fall: A magnetic demonstration1
Using Math in Physics: 6. Reading the physics in a graph1
Dynamic Applets for Teaching Physics1
A Long-Range Sunlight-Resistant Photogate1
Robotic telescope labs for survey-level undergraduates1
Learning about Climate Change and Decline of Biodiversity by Constructing a Qualitative Representation1
Waterways and Rocket-Propulsion Problems1
Call for papers on environment, sustainability, and climate change1
Drop Tower Physics II1
Thermal Tide Detection: A Case Study to Introduce Open Data Analysis in High School1
Birefringence without polarizers1
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