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|Item Type||Title||Subject||Author(s)||Issue Date||Access|
|Paper||Quantitative Comparisons to Promote Inquiry in the Introductory Physics Lab||physics and astronomy; inquiry; laboratory||Natasha Holmes; Doug Bonn||2015||Publisher|
|Paper||Making the failure more productive: scaffolding the invention process to improve inquiry behaviors and outcomes in invention activities||physics and astronomy; productive failure; invention activities; inquiry||Natasha Holmes; James Day; Anthony Park; Doug Bonn; Ido Roll||2014||Publisher|
|Paper||Teaching Standard Deviation by Building from Student Invention||physics and astronomy; invention activities||James Day; Hiroko Nakahara; Doug Bonn||2010||Publisher|
|Paper||Evaluating metacognitive scaffolding in guided invention activities||physics and astronomy; invention activities; metacognition||Ido Roll; Natasha Holmes; James Day; Doug Bonn||2012||Publisher|
|Poster||The Impact of Targeted Learning Goals on Student Attitudes about Experimental Physics||physics and astronomy; learning goals; attitudes, beliefs, perceptions||Natasha Holmes; Joss Ives; Doug Bonn||2014||Open|
|Paper||Participating in the physics lab: Does gender matter||physics and astronomy; gender; student engagement; laboratory||Natasha Holmes; Ido Roll; Doug Bonn||2014||Publisher|
|Paper||Development of the Concise Data Processing Assessment||physics and astronomy; diagnostic||James Day; Doug Bonn||2011||Open|
|Paper||Gender gaps and gendered action in a first-year physics laboratory||physics and astronomy; gender; laboratory||James Day; Jared Stang; Natasha Holmes; Dhaneesh Kumar; Doug Bonn||2016||Open|
|Paper||Finding Evidence Of Transfer With Invention Activities: Teaching The Concept Of Weighted Average||physics and astronomy; invention activities; transfer||James Day; Natasha Holmes; Ido Roll; Doug Bonn||2013||Publisher|
|Paper||Doing science or doing a lab? Engaging students with scientific reasoning during physics lab experiments||physics and astronomy; reasoning skills; student engagement; laboratory||Natasha Holmes; Doug Bonn||2013||Publisher|