With these results in hand, we introduce a model of student use of representations during physics problem solving. This model consists of a set of practical heuristics plus an analysis framework adapted from cultural-constructivist theory. We demonstrate that this model can be useful in understanding and synthesizing our results, and we discuss the instructional implications of our findings.words. The ranking was free-response. Students do not need to know anything about the shapes of the slides to ... The second problem was the spring speed problem from chapters 5 and 6. ... Velocity Acceleration X position Y position Graphical 0.79 (268) 0.44 (267) 0.30 (179) 0.59 (276) Vector 0.94 (187) 0.65 ( 187) Prob.
|Title||:||Towards an Understanding of how Students Use Representations in Physics Problem Solving|
|Author||:||Patrick Brian Kohl|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2007|