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  • Wisconsin Custom Machinery (Rick and Mark)
    Professor Lattery (left) and Rick Von Holzen of Wisconsin Custom Machinery, Inc. (right). Rick performed vital metal work related to LPEER's research on student reasoning with air-pulsed carts, an example of how UW Oshkosh partners with local businesses to improve education.
  • Myanmar science teachers show off their dry erase markers during their training in model-centered science instruction
    Myanmar science teachers show off their dry erase markers during their training in model-centered science instruction (Fall 2016)
  • Book announcement: Deep Learning in Introductory Physics

  • Teacher at the Modeling Physics Science
    Physical science teacher enjoying her time at the Modeling Physical Science Summer Institute
  • Professor Lattery with many different types of fan carts
    Professor Lattery uses many different types of fan carts in his research on student model-based reasoning
  • Myanmar science teachers collect data (2016)
    Myanmar science teachers collect data to develop a mathematical model of a hanging mass on a spring (Fall 2016)
  • Modeling Aid
    Specialized software called Modeling Aid is used to study student model formation and development
  • Teachers engaged in a large-group whiteboard discussion
    Teachers engaged in a heated large-group whiteboard discussion!

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Myanmar Physics Education Project: Exploring a New Study Abroad Program Myanmar Physics Education Project: Exploring a New Study Abroad Program

In April, Professor Lattery traveled to the country of Myanmar (Burma) to develop a STEM-teacher education program for ethnic minority people in Northwestern Myanmar and explore a new Physics Education Study Abroad program at UW Oshkosh... (read more)

Pommerening and Christopherson present research at the Fall 2015 WAPT Meeting

Stephanie Pommerening and Chris Christopherson (undergraduate research students) participated in the Fall 2015 Wisconsin Association of Physics Teachers meeting at UW La Crosse... (read more)

Deep Learning in Introductory Physics Deep Learning in Introductory Physics

Coming Fall 2016! Professor Lattery is publishing a new book entitled, "Deep Learning in Introductory Physics: Exploratory Studies of Model-Based Reasoning" This book is concerned with the broad question of how students learn physics in a model-centered classroom... (read more)

Professor Lattery named 2015-2016 WAPT Program Chair and Vice President Professor Lattery named 2015-2016 WAPT Program Chair and Vice President

Professor Lattery was voted the 2015-2016 Wisconsin Association of Physics Teachers Vice President and Program Chair... (read more)

Christopherson and Paschke present research at the Summer 2015 AAPT Christopherson and Paschke present research at the Summer 2015 AAPT

Carol Paschke and Christopher Christopherson (undergraduate research students) participated in the Summer 2015 American Association of Physics Teachers in Washington, D.C... (read more)