Using the computer in teaching physics:Can it really help students learn?
A personal odyssey: How did I get here from there?
The three Cís
Pedagogy: The critical item in educational software
Integrating hardware, software, and wetware
Using the computer effectively:How do we know if it works?
Instantaneous velocity problem
Thereís a problem ó but a solution exists
A PER Experiment
The MBL improved the graph reading substantially
An MBL experiment allows a powerful demonstration of N3
Using the computer to display video can slow down wave phenomena to let students figure out whatís really happening.
Computer technology makes student research feasible
Some M.U.P.P.E.T. Student Projects
The problem with projects
The computer can be an effective tool in helping students learn.
Using the computer effectively in instruction is not trivial
Home Page: http://www2.physics.umd.edu/~redish/redish.html
Other information: Invited talk presented at the AAPT meeting in Anaheim CA, January 11, 1999