Publications related to Physics Education

Georg W. Rieger and Caroline L. Rieger, “Collaborative Assessment That Supports Learning: Overview and Student Perception”, in “Active Learning in College Science – The Case for Evidence-Based Practice”, Joel J. Mintzes and Emily M. Walter, Editors, 821 – 837. Springer Nature, Berlin (2020).

Moosvi, F., Reinsberg, S., and Rieger, G. (2019),
“Can a hands-on project lab be effective as a distance lab?” The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning, 20(1).

Lekhi, P., Allen, M., Leung, F. S, Gilley, B., Rieger, G., and Fox, J. A. (2017),
“The Development and Delivery of a Multidisciplinary Research Course for First-Year International Science Students”, Collected Essays on Learning and Teaching, Vol. 10, 143 – 154.

Hendricks, C., Reinsberg, S., and Rieger, G. (2017),
“The adoption of an open textbook in a large physics course: An analysis of cost, outcomes, use, and perceptions” The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning (IRRODL) 18 (4),78.

Rieger, G. W., Reinsberg, S. A., and Wieman, C. E. (2016),
“Comment on “Benefits of completing homework for students with different aptitudes in an introductory electricity and magnetism course”, Phys. Rev. Phys. Educ. Res. 12, 028001.

Rieger, G. W., Sitwell, M., Carolan, J., and Roll, I (2014),
“A “Flipped” Approach To Large-Scale First-Year Physics Labs”, Physics in Canada 70 (2) 126 – 128.

Rieger, G. W. and Heiner, C. E. (2014),
“Examinations that support collaborative learning: The students’ perspective.” J. Coll. Scie. Teach 43 (4) 41-47.

Wieman, C. E., Rieger, G. W., and Heiner, C. E. (2014),
“Physics exams that promote collaborative learning”, The Physics Teacher 52, 51.

Van Dongen, J. and Rieger, G. (2013),
“A Resource for Using Real-World Examples in the Physics Classroom”, The Physics Teacher, 51 (2), 105.

Milner-Bolotin, M., Kotlicki, A., and Rieger G. (2007),
“Can students learn from lecture demonstrations?” J. Coll. Scie. Teach. 36 (4), 45 – 49.