## Publications

### Graduate Theses

- “Transforming High School Physics with Modeling and Computation”, MS Thesis, J.M. Aiken, Georgia State University, (2013) http://arxiv.org/pdf/1310.3725
- “Evaluating and Extending a Novel Reform of Introductory Mechanics”, PhD Thesis, M.D. Caballero, Georgia Tech, (2011) PDF (2.2MB)

### Journal Articles

- “The Initial State of Students Taking an Introductory Physics MOOC”, John M. Aiken, Shih-Yin Lin, Scott S. Douglas, Edwin F. Greco, Brian D. Thoms, Michael F. Schatz, Marcos D. Caballero, Physics Education Research Conference 2013 Proceedings (Paper) http://arxiv.org/pdf/1307.2533
- “Integrating Numerical Computation into the Modeling Instruction Curriculum”, Marcos D. Caballero, John B. Burk, John M. Aiken, Scott S. Douglas, Erin M. Scanlon, Brian D. Thoms, Michael F. Schatz (2012), preprint for The Physics Teacher (Paper, accepted), http://arxiv.org/abs/1207.0844
- “Understanding Student Computational Thinking with Computational Modeling”, John M. Aiken, Scott S. Douglas, John B. Burk, Michael F. Schatz, Marcos D. Caballero, Erin M. Scanlon, Brian D. Thoms (2012), , Physics Education Research Conference 2012 Proceedings (Paper, Poster, accepted) http://arxiv.org/abs/1207.1764
- “Implementing and assessing computational modeling in introductory mechanics”, M.D. Caballero, M.A. Kohlmyer, M.F. Schatz, Phys. Rev. ST Phys. Ed. Res., (2012, accepted) http://arxiv.org/abs/1107.5216
- “Comparing large lecture mechanics curricula using the Force Concept Inventory: A five thousand student study”, M.D. Caballero, K.R. Bujak, M.A. Kohlmyer, R. Catrambone, M.J. Marr and M.F. Schatz, Am. J. Phys. (2012, accepted) http://arxiv.org/abs/1106.1055
- “Comparing the Matter and Interactions Curriculum with a Traditional Physics Curriculum: A Think Aloud Study”, K.R. Bujak, M.D. Caballero, M.A. Kohlmyer, M.J. Marr, M.F. Schatz, and R. Catrambone, Proceedings of the 2011 AERA Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, 2011
- “A Tale of Two Curricula: Performance of two thousand students in introductory electromagnetism”, M.A. Kohlmyer, M.D. Caballero, R. Catrambone, R. Chabay, L. Ding, M.P. Haugan, M.J. Marr, B.A. Sherwood and M.F. Schatz, Phys. Rev. ST Phys. Educ. Res., 5, 2, 020105 (2009). http://prst-per.aps.org/abstract/PRSTPER/v5/i2/e020105
- “Implementing and assessing a modern introductory physics course at a large university”, M.A. Kohlmyer, M. F. Schatz, R. Catrambone and M. J. Marr., Proceedings of the 2008 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference and Exhibition, Pittsburgh, PA. (2008). [download]

### Talks

- “Computational Modeling as a Promoter of Cognitive Transfer: Pilot Study” given by Scott S. Douglas at the American Association of Physics Teachers Summer Meeting 2012
- “Extending Modeling Instruction™ with Computational Modeling: A Pilot Study” given by John M. Aiken at the American Association of Physics Teachers Summer Meeting 2012
- “Implementing and Assessing Computational Modeling in Modeling Instruction Curriculum” given by John M. Aiken at the Spring SACS-AAPT Meeting 2012 PPT (435.4KB)
- “Assessing the Integration of Computational Modeling and ASU Modeling Instruction in the High School Physics Classroom” Given by John Aiken at the APS April Meeting, Atlanta, GA 2012 [view]
- “Computational Modeling Integrated with ASU Modeling Instruction: Implementation and Assessment” given by John M. Aiken, at the American Association of Physics Teachers Winter Meeting, Ontario, CA 2012 PPT (809KB)
- “Exploring the Integration of Computational Modeling in the ASU Modeling Curriculum” given by John M. Aiken, at the Southern Atlantic Coast Section of the American Association of Physics Teachers Fall Meeting, Asheville, NC, November 2011 [view]
- “Computational homework in introductory mechanics: What are the limits?” given by Danny Caballero, at the Southern Atlantic Coast Section of the American Association of Physics Teachers Fall Meeting, Charleston, SC, October 2010 [view]
- “Computational homework in introductory mechanics” given by Danny Caballero at the American Association of Physics Teachers Summer Meeting, Portland, OR, July 2010 [view]
- M.D. Caballero, K.R. Bujak, et. al., “Reform efforts in introductory physics at Georgia Tech” given by Danny Caballero at NSF Eastern SPIN-UP 2010 meeting, East Brunswick, NJ, June 2010 [view]
- “Reforms and measurements in introductory physics given by Danny Caballero at Spelman College - Invited Colloquium, April 2010 [download]
- “Implementing curricular reform in a large lecture course at Georgia Tech” given by Mike Schatz at the 2010 AAPT Winter Meeting [download]
- “Computational exercises in introductory mechanics” given by Danny Caballero at the 2010 AAPT Winter Meeting [download]
- “Introducing computer modeling into introductory physics” given by Danny Caballero at the Atlanta Metro Physics Teachers Network October Meeting [download]
- “The performance of 5000 students in introductory mechanics” given by Danny Caballero at the 2009 AAPT Summer Meeting [download]
- “A tale of two curricula: The performance of two thousand students in introductory electromagnetism” given by Mike Schatz at the 2009 APS March Meeting [link]
- “A tale of two curricula: The performance of two thousand students in introductory electromagnetism” given by Danny Caballero at the Matter and Interactions Summer Workshop [download]
- “A talk-aloud study of FCI performance for traditional and M& I curriculum” given by Keith Bujak at the Matter and Interactions Summer Workshop [download]
- “Implementing and Assessing a New Introductory Physics Course at Georgia Tech”, given by Matt Kohlmyer at the 2008 ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition [download]
- “Matter & Interactions: Testing a New Physics Curriculum at Georgia Tech”, given by Matt Kohlmyer at the PRISM Institute, Metro Atlanta Region, October 2006 [download]
- “Matter & Interactions: Testing a New Physics Curriculum at Georgia Tech”, given by Matt Kohlmyer at the PRISM Institute, Metro Atlanta Region, April 2006 [download]

### Posters

- “Computational Modeling as a Promoter of Cognitive Transfer: Pilot Study” given by Scott S. Douglas at the American Association of Physics Teachers Summer Meeting 2012 [download]
- “Computational Modeling as a Promoter of Cognitive Transfer: Pilot Study” given by Scott S. Douglas at the Physics Education Research Conference 2012 [download]
- “Understanding Student Computational Thinking with Computational Modeling” given by John M. Aiken at the Physics Education Research Conference 2012 [download]
- “Embedding Numerical Computation in the Modeling Instruction Curriculum” given by John M. Aiken at the Physics Education Research Conference 2012 [download]
- “Extending Modeling Instruction™ with Computational Modeling: A Pilot Study” given by John M. Aiken at the AAPT Summer Meeting 2012 [download]
- “Computational Modeling Integrated with ASU Modeling Instruction: Implementation and Assessment” given by John M. Aiken at the AAPT Winter Meeting 2012 [download]
- “Exploring the Integration of Computational Modeling in the ASU Modeling Curriculum” given by John M. Aiken at the Fall SACS-AAPT Meeting 2011 PDF (642.4 KB)
- “Developing, deploying, and evaluating Computational homework in introductory mechanics” given by Danny Caballero at the American Association of Physics Teachers Summer Meeting and the Physics Education Research Conference, Portland, OR, July 2010 [download]
- “The performance of 5000 students in introductory mechanics” given by Danny Caballero at the SESAPS-APS Fall 2009 Meeting, Novemeber 2009 [download]
- “The performance of 5000 students in introductory mechanics” given by Danny Caballero at the SACS-AAPT Fall 2009 Meeting, October 2009 [download]
- “Institutionalizing a Reform Curriculum in Large Universities”, 2008 CCLI conference [download]
- “Implementing Matter and Interactions at Georgia Tech”, 2007 AAPT Summer Meeting [download]