Publications

Theses & Dissertations

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Papers & Conference Proceedings

2021

  • E. Alicea-Muñoz, C. Subiño Sullivan, M.F. Schatz. Transforming the preparation of physics graduate teaching assistants: Curriculum development. Accepted to Physical Review Physics Education Research, 2021

2017

2016

  • S.S. Douglas, J.M. Aiken, E.F. Greco, M.F. Schatz, S.Y. Lin. Do-It-Yourself Whiteboard-Style Physics Video Lectures. The Physics Teacher 55, 22 (2017) https://aapt.scitation.org/doi/full/10.1119/1.4972492
  • S.Y. Lin, J.M. Aiken, D.T. Seaton, S.S. Douglas, E.F. Greco, B.D. Thoms, M.F. Schatz. Exploring University Students’ Engagement with Online Video Lectures in a Blended Introductory Mechanics Course. arXiv preprint (2016) https://arxiv.org/abs/1603.03348

2014

  • M.D. Caballero, J.B. Burk, J.M. Aiken, S.S. Douglas, E.M. Scanlon, B.D. Thoms, M.F. Schatz. Integrating Numerical Computation into the Modeling Instruction Curriculum. The Physics Teacher, 52, 38 (2014) https://aapt.scitation.org/doi/10.1119/1.4849153
  • S.Y. Lin, S.S. Douglas, J.M. Aiken, C.L. Liu, E.F. Greco, B.D. Thoms, M.D. Caballero, M.F. Schatz. Peer Evaluation of Video Lab Reports in an Introductory Physics MOOC. PERC (2014) https://arxiv.org/abs/1407.4714
  • S.S. Douglas, S.Y. Lin, J.M. Aiken, B.D. Thoms, E.F. Greco, M.D. Caballero, M.F. Schatz. Peer Evaluation of Video Lab Reports in a Blended Introductory Physics Course. PERC (2014) https://arxiv.org/abs/1407.3248
  • J.M. Aiken, S.Y. Lin, S.S. Douglas, E.F. Greco, B.D. Thoms, M.D. Caballero, M.F. Schatz. Student Use of a Single Lecture Video in a Flipped Introductory Mechanics Course. PERC (2014) https://arxiv.org/abs/1407.2620

2013

  • J.M. Aiken, S.Y. Lin, S.S. Douglas, E.F. Greco, B.D. Thoms, M.F. Schatz, M.D. Caballero. The Initial State of Students Taking an Introductory Physics MOOC. PERC Proceedings (2013) http://arxiv.org/pdf/1307.2533

2012

  • J.M. Aiken, S.S. Douglas, J.B. Burk, M.F. Schatz, M.D. Caballero, E.M. Scanlon, B.D. Thoms. Understanding Student Computational Thinking with Computational Modeling. PERC Proceedings (2012) http://arxiv.org/abs/1207.1764
  • M.D. Caballero, M.A. Kohlmyer, M.F. Schatz. Implementing and assessing computational modeling in introductory mechanics. Phys. Rev. ST Phys. Educ. Res. 8, 020106 (2012) https://journals.aps.org/prper/abstract/10.1103/PhysRevSTPER.8.020106
  • M.D. Caballero, E.F. Greco, E.R. Murray, K.R. Bujak, M.J. Marr, R. Catrambone, M.A. Kohlmyer, M.F. Schatz. Comparing large lecture mechanics curricula using the Force Concept Inventory: A five thousand student study. Am. J. Phys. 80, 638 (2012) https://aapt.scitation.org/doi/10.1119/1.3703517

2011

  • K.R. Bujak, M.D. Caballero, M.A. Kohlmyer, M.J. Marr, M.F. Schatz, R. Catrambone. Comparing the Matter and Interactions Curriculum with a Traditional Physics Curriculum: A Think Aloud Study. AERA Conference Proceedings (2011) https://arxiv.org/abs/1011.5449

2009

2008

  • M.A. Kohlmyer, M. F. Schatz, R. Catrambone, M. J. Marr. Implementing and assessing a modern introductory physics course at a large university. Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference and Exhibition (2008) [PDF]

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Talks & Presentations

2021

  • E. Cowan. Using Deliberate Innovation to Understand Indifference in Graduate Advisor/Advisee Relationships. AAPT Virtual Summer Meeting (2021) [PDF]
  • E. Alicea-Muñoz. Remote GTA Preparation: the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly. AAPT Virtual Summer Meeting (2021) [PDF]
  • E. Alicea-Muñoz. Transforming the Preparation of Physics Graduate Teaching Assistants. Invited Virtual Colloquium, Ohio State (2021) [PDF]

2020

  • E.E. Cowan. Using Deliberate Innovation Methodologies to Enable Graduate Student Success. AAPT Virtual Summer Meeting (2020) [PDF]
  • E. Alicea-Muñoz. Transforming the Preparation of Physics GTAs. Juried Talk, Virtual PERC (2020) [PDF]
  • E. Alicea-Muñoz. Roleplaying in GTA Preparation: Microteaching and Lab Simulation. Invited Talk, AAPT Virtual Summer Meeting (2020) [PDF]
  • E. Alicea-Muñoz. Research Results and Best Practices for GTA Preparation. AAPT Virtual Summer Meeting (2020) [PDF]

2019

  • E. Alicea-Muñoz. Transforming the Preparation of Physics Graduate Teaching Assistants. Invited Colloquium, Michigan State (2019) [PDF]
  • E. Alicea-Muñoz. Looking back on six years of GTA preparation. AAPT Summer Meeting (2019) [PDF]

2017

  • E. Alicea-Muñoz. What elements of GTA development do GTAs find most useful? AAPT Summer Meeting (2017) [PDF]
  • E. Alicea-Muñoz. Effects of a professional development program on GTA teaching effectiveness. AAPT Winter Meeting (2017) [PDF]

2016

  • E. Alicea-Muñoz, C. Subiño Sullivan. Disciplinary TA Development: Partnerships between Centers and Departments. POD Network Conference (2016) [PDF]
  • E. Alicea-Muñoz. TA Professional Development: A Graduate Student’s Perspective. Invited Talk, APS March Meeting (2016) [PDF]

2015

  • E. Alicea-Muñoz. Design and Implementation of a Physics GTA Development Program. AAPT Summer Meeting (2015) [PDF]

2014

  • E. Alicea-Muñoz. Mentoring TAs: Lessons Learned from the Physics GTA Development Program. Invited Talk, CETL Engaging Conversations Series (2014) [PDF]
  • E. Alicea-Muñoz. Training and Career Development of Physics Teaching Assistants. AAPT Summer Meeting (2014) [PDF]

2012

  • S.S. Douglas. Computational Modeling as a Promoter of Cognitive Transfer: Pilot Study. AAPT Summer Meeting (2012)
  • J.M. Aiken. Extending Modeling Instruction™ with Computational Modeling: A Pilot Study. AAPT Summer Meeting (2012)
  • J.M. Aiken. Implementing and Assessing Computational Modeling in Modeling Instruction Curriculum. Spring SACS-AAPT Meeting (2012)
  • J.M. Aiken. Assessing the Integration of Computational Modeling and ASU Modeling Instruction in the High School Physics Classroom. APS April Meeting (2012)
  • E.F. Greco. Developing, deploying, and analyzing exam wrappers in a large introductory physics class. APS April Meeting (2012)
  • J.M. Aiken. Computational Modeling Integrated with ASU Modeling Instruction: Implementation and Assessment. AAPT Winter Meeting (2012)

2011

  • J.M. Aiken. Exploring the Integration of Computational Modeling in the ASU Modeling Curriculum. Fall SACS-AAPT Meeting (2011)

2010

  • M.D. Caballero. Computational homework in introductory mechanics: What are the limits? Fall SACS-AAPT Meeting (2010)
  • M.D. Caballero. Computational homework in introductory mechanics. AAPT Summer Meeting (2010)
  • M.D. Caballero, K.R. Bujak, et. al. Reform efforts in introductory physics at Georgia Tech. NSF Eastern SPIN-UP Meeting (2010)
  • M.D. Caballero. Reforms and measurements in introductory physics. Invited Colloquium, Spelman College (2010) [PDF]
  • M.F. Schatz. Implementing curricular reform in a large lecture course at Georgia Tech. AAPT Winter Meeting (2010) [PDF]
  • M.D. Caballero. Computational exercises in introductory mechanics. AAPT Winter Meeting (2010) [PDF]

2009

  • M.D. Caballero. Introducing computer modeling into introductory physics. Atlanta Metro Physics Teachers Network October Meeting (2009)
  • M.D. Caballero. The performance of 5000 students in introductory mechanics. AAPT Summer Meeting (2009) [PDF]
  • M.F. Schatz. A tale of two curricula: The performance of two thousand students in introductory electromagnetism. APS March Meeting (2009) [PDF]

2008

  • M.D. Caballero. A tale of two curricula: The performance of two thousand students in introductory electromagnetism. Matter and Interactions Summer Workshop (2008)
  • K. Bujak. A talk-aloud study of FCI performance for traditional and M&I curriculum. Matter and Interactions Summer Workshop (2008) [PDF]
  • M. Kohlmyer. Implementing and Assessing a New Introductory Physics Course at Georgia Tech. ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition (2008) [PDF]
  • M. Kohlmyer. Matter & Interactions: Testing a New Physics Curriculum at Georgia Tech. Invited Talk, PRISM Institute, Metro Atlanta Region (2008) [PDF]

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Posters

2020

  • E.E. Cowan. Using Deliberate Innovation Methodologies to Enable Graduate Student Success. PERC (2020)

2017

  • E. Alicea-Muñoz. Assessing a GTA Professional Development Program. PERC (2017) [PDF]

2015

  • E. Alicea-Muñoz. GTA Preparation in the School of Physics. GT STEM Education Research Expo (2015)

2014

  • E. Alicea-Muñoz. Training and Career Development of Physics Teaching Assistants. PERC (2014)

2012

  • S.S. Douglas. Computational Modeling as a Promoter of Cognitive Transfer: Pilot Study. AAPT Summer Meeting & PERC (2012)
  • J.M. Aiken. Understanding Student Computational Thinking with Computational Modeling. PERC (2012)
  • J.M. Aiken. Embedding Numerical Computation in the Modeling Instruction Curriculum. PERC (2012)
  • J.M. Aiken. Extending Modeling Instruction™ with Computational Modeling: A Pilot Study. AAPT Summer Meeting (2012)
  • J.M. Aiken. Computational Modeling Integrated with ASU Modeling Instruction: Implementation and Assessment. AAPT Winter Meeting (2012)

2011

  • J.M. Aiken. Exploring the Integration of Computational Modeling in the ASU Modeling Curriculum. Fall SACS-AAPT Meeting (2011)

2010

  • M.D. Caballero. Developing, deploying, and evaluating Computational homework in introductory mechanics. AAPT Summer Meeting & PERC (2010)

2009

  • M.D. Caballero. The performance of 5000 students in introductory mechanics. Fall SACS-AAPT Meeting (2009) [PDF]

2008

  • M.F. Schatz. Institutionalizing a Reform Curriculum in Large Universities. CCLI Conference (2008) [PDF]

2007

  • M. Kohlmyer. Implementing Matter and Interactions at Georgia Tech. AAPT Summer Meeting (2007) [PDF]

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