Hello world! This is the Georgian Court University Physics Education Group Blog!

Welcome to GCU Blogs. This is the Physics Education Group Blog at Georgian Court University!

our Physics Education Research Group here at GCU which is comprised of:

   Dr. Anne E. Tabor-Morris, Department of Physics and Mathematics

   Dr. Timothy M. Briles, School of Education

   Consultant: Dr. Kathy Froreip, School of Education

Some of our recent work includes:

Peer-reviewed Journal Articles

A. E. Tabor-Morris, T. Briles, K. Froriep, C. McGuire “Discovery Garden – physics and architecture meet outside to talk” The Physics Teacher, (Feb 2012)

B. A. Schaefer, E. Collett, A. E. Tabor-Morris, J. Croman  “An estimation of the number and size of atoms in a printed period” The Physics Teacher (Oct 2011)

A. E. Tabor-Morris, T. Briles, K. Froriep, C. McGuire “Conceptualizations in physics to increase cognitive coherence” Physics Education, (Jan 2010)

Conference Talks and posters:

T. Briles, A. E. Tabor-Morris, “Sensory illusions: Common mistakes in physics regarding sound, light and radio waves”, APS National Meeting, Balitmore, MA (Mar 2013)

A. E. Tabor-Morris, “Personifying self in physics problem situations involving forces as a student help strategy”, APS National Meeting, Balitmore, MA (Mar 2013)

A. E. Tabor-Morris, T. Briles, “Quest in the Physics Classroom”, PER National Meeting, Philadelphia, PA (Aug 2012)

A. E. Tabor-Morris, T. Briles,  “Tourism attitudes from travel analysis and their possible impact in the physics classroom” , AAPT National Meeting, Philadelphia, PA (Jul 2012)

T. Briles, A. E. Tabor-Morris,  “Student Views on Learning Physics from a Tourism Perspective”AAPT National Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, (Jul 2012)

Stay tuned for updates!