Lessons from the Physics Education Reform Effort
Richard Hake, Indiana University
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Several years ago, I reported a survey of pretest and posttest data for 62 introductory physics courses attended by a total of 6542 students. The present article provides a summary of that survey and offers 14 lessons from the physics education reform effort that may assist in the general upgrading of education and science literacy.
cognitive science, education reform, education research, interactive engagement, physics education, science literacy
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