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|Title: ||Supplementary Materials: Kuo et al., How Students Blend Conceptual and Formal Mathematical Reasoning in Solving Physics Problems, accepted for publication in Science Education on 08/08/2012|
|Authors: ||Kuo, Eric|
Hull, Michael M.
|Advisors: ||Gupta, Ayush|
|Keywords: ||Problem Solving|
|Issue Date: ||Aug-2012|
|Abstract: ||This is supplemental material pertaining to the qualitative data presented in the manuscript:
Kuo. E., Hull, M. M., Gupta, A., & Elby, A., How Students Blend Conceptual and Formal Mathematical Reasoning in Solving Physics Problems, accepted for publication in Science Education on 08/08/2012.
The following material consists of 4 parts:
A. The context of the study (p. 2)
B. The question protocol that students were asked to answer. (pp. 3-4)
C. The transcript of Alex’s interview (pp. 5-17)
D. The transcript of Pat’s interview (pp. 18-31)|
|Appears in Collections:||Physics Research Works|
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