Papers & Talks in the Project: Learning the Language of Science (DTS Project) 
This page
links to papers and talks from the UMD PERG, and UMD PERG alumni that arise
from the research and development done for the project "Learning
the Language of Science: Advanced Math for Concrete Thinkers."
Author(s)  Title  Reference  HTML  Abstract  
Papers  
T. J. Bing & E. F. Redish  Epistemic complexity and the journeymanexpert transition  Physical Review  Special Topics PER, in press, 12 pp. (2012)  
T. J. Bing & E. F. Redish  Analyzing Problem Solving Using Math in Physics: Epistemological framing via warrants  Physical Review  Special Topics PER, 5, 020108 (2009) 15 pp.  
E. F. Redish & A. Gupta  Making meaning with math in physics: A semantic analysis  Proc. of the GIREP Conf., Leicester, UK, Aug. 20, 2009, 020108 (2009) 15 pp.  
R. K.P. Zia, E. F. Redish, & S. R. McKay  Making sense of the Legendre transformation  Am. J. Phys. 77, 614622 (2009)  
E. F. Redish & K. A. Smith  Looking Beyond Content: Skill development for engineers  J. of Eng. Educ. 97, 295307 (July 2008)  
T. Bing & E. F. Redish  Symbolic manipulators affect mathematical mindsets  Am. J. Phys 76, 418424 (2008)  
T. Bing & E. F. Redish  Using warrants as a window to epistemic framing  in Proceedings of the Physics Education Research Conference, Edmonton, AB, July 2008 AIP Conf. Proc. 1064, 7174 (2008) 

A. Gupta, E. F. Redish, & D. Hammer  Coordination of Mathematical and Physics Resources by Physics Graduate Students  in Proceedings of the Physics Education Research Conference, Greensboro, NC, July 2007 AIP Conf. Proc. 951, 104107 (2008). 

J. Tuminaro & E. F. Redish  Elements of a cognitive model of physics problem solving: Epistemic games,  in Physical Review  Special Topics PER, 3 020101 (2007)  
T. Bing & E. F. Redish  The cognitive blending of mathematics and physics knowledge  in Proceedings of the Physics Education Research Conference, Syracuse, NY, July 2006 AIP Conf. Proc. 883, 2629 (2007) 

E. F. Redish  Problem solving and the use of math in physics courses  To be published in Proceedings of the conference World View on Physics Education 2005, Delhi India  
Dissertations
(Jump to Talks)


T. Bing  An Epistemic Framing Analysis of UpperLevel Physics Students' Use of Mathematics  PhD dissertation, U. of Maryland, 2008  
J. Tuminaro  A cognitive framework for analyzing and describing introductory students' use and understanding of mathematics in physics  PhD dissertation, U. of Maryland, 2004  
Presentations and Posters (Return to top)  
E. F. Redish  New lenses on developing physics expertise  Invited talk at Conference on Upper Division PER, Wabash College, IN, August 7, 2010  
E. F. Redish & T. J. Bing  Using Math in Physics: Warrants and Epistemological Framing  poster presented at GIREP 2009, Leicester, UK, 18. Aug. 2009  
E. F. Redish & A. Gupta  Making Meaning with Math in Physics  contributed talk presented at GIREP 2009, Leicester, UK, 20. Aug. 2009  
E. F. Redish & T. J. Bing  Do external mathematical tools affect how students think about physics?  invited talk presented at Gordon Research Conference, June 8, 2009, Bryant U., RI  
E. F. Redish  Problem solving and the use of math in physics courses  colloquia given at numerous universities, 20042010 
Work
supported in part by a grant from the US National Science Foundation.
Maintained by University
of Maryland PERG
Comments and questions may
be directed to E. F. Redish
Last modified January 25, 2012