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Rachel Scherr
Rachel Scherr
University of Washington, Bothell
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Resources, framing, and transfer
D Hammer, A Elby, RE Scherr, EF Redish
Transfer of learning from a modern multidisciplinary perspective 89, 2005
8412005
Recognizing mechanistic reasoning in student scientific inquiry: A framework for discourse analysis developed from philosophy of science
RS Russ, RE Scherr, D Hammer, J Mikeska
Science education 92 (3), 499-525, 2008
4032008
Student behavior and epistemological framing: Examples from collaborative active-learning activities in physics
RE Scherr, D Hammer
Cognition and Instruction 27 (2), 147-174, 2009
3112009
Student understanding of time in special relativity: Simultaneity and reference frames
RE Scherr, PS Shaffer, S Vokos
American Journal of Physics 69 (S1), S24-S35, 2001
1512001
Modeling student thinking: An example from special relativity
RE Scherr
American Journal of Physics 75 (3), 272-280, 2007
1292007
Gesture analysis for physics education researchers
RE Scherr
Physical Review Special Topics-Physics Education Research 4 (1), 010101, 2008
1242008
Representing energy. I. Representing a substance ontology for energy
RE Scherr, HG Close, SB McKagan, S Vokos
Physical Review Special Topics-Physics Education Research 8 (2), 020114, 2012
1112012
Transfer of learning from a modern multidisciplinary perspective
D Hammer, A Elby, RE Scherr, EF Redish
Greenwich, CT: Information Age Publishing, 2005
1092005
The challenge of changing deeply held student beliefs about the relativity of simultaneity
RE Scherr, PS Shaffer, S Vokos
American Journal of Physics 70 (12), 1238-1248, 2002
1072002
Identifying inquiry and conceptualizing students’ abilities
D Hammer, R Russ, J Mikeska, R Scherr
Teaching scientific inquiry, 138-156, 2008
892008
Representing energy. II. Energy tracking representations
RE Scherr, HG Close, EW Close, S Vokos
Physical Review Special Topics-Physics Education Research 8 (2), 020115, 2012
822012
Accounting for tutorial teaching assistants’ buy-in to reform instruction
RM Goertzen, RE Scherr, A Elby
Physical Review Special Topics-Physics Education Research 5 (2), 020109, 2009
802009
Negotiating energy dynamics through embodied action in a materially structured environment
RE Scherr, HG Close, EW Close, VJ Flood, SB McKagan, AD Robertson, ...
Physical Review Special Topics-Physics Education Research 9 (2), 020105, 2013
722013
Reverse-engineering the solution of a “simple” physics problem: Why learning physics is harder than it looks
EF Redish, RE Scherr, J Tuminaro
The Physics Teacher 44 (5), 293-300, 2006
622006
Enacting Conceptual Metaphor through Blending: Learning activities embodying the substance metaphor for energy
HG Close, RE Scherr
International Journal of Science Education 37 (5-6), 839-866, 2015
542015
Respecting tutorial instructors' beliefs and experiences: A case study of a physics teaching assistant
RM Goertzen, RE Scherr, A Elby
Physical Review Special Topics-Physics Education Research 6 (2), 020125, 2010
512010
Tutorial teaching assistants in the classroom: Similar teaching behaviors are supported by varied beliefs about teaching and learning
RM Goertzen, RE Scherr, A Elby
Physical Review Special Topics-Physics Education Research 6 (1), 010105, 2010
502010
Energy theater
AR Daane, L Wells, RE Scherr
The Physics Teacher 52 (5), 291-294, 2014
392014
An investigation of student understanding of basic concepts in special relativity
RE Scherr
University of Washington, 2001
372001
An Implementation of Physics by Inquiry in a Large-Enrollment Class
RE Scherr
The Physics Teacher 41 (2), 113-118, 2003
352003
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