Lattery Physics and Engineering Education Research Group

@ University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, Oshkosh, Wisconsin, USA
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Recent Professional Presentations (*students)

Lattery, M. (2016). The digital Newton. Wisconsin Association of Physics Teachers. University of Wisconsin Oshkosh. [talk]

Lattery, M. & LPEER Group (2016). Regressive-revolutionary modeling behaviors in the history of mechanics and in a physical science classroom. Wisconsin Association of Physics Teachers. University of Wisconsin Oshkosh. [poster]

Lattery, M. & Christopherson*, C., & LPEER Group (2016). Air-pulsed carts and Modeling Aid: New instruments for research on student model-based reasoning. University of Wisconsin Oshkosh. [poster]

Christopherson, C.* & Lattery, M. (2015). Deep learning in introductory physics: Exploratory case studies of model-based reasoning. Wisconsin Association of Physics Teachers. University of Wisconsin La Crosse. [talk]

Lattery, M., Christopherson, C.*, Paschke, C.*, & Pommerening, S.* (2015). Introduction to the Modeling Method of Instruction.  Wisconsin Association of Physics Teachers. University of Wisconsin La Crosse[teacher workshop]

Pommerening, S.*, Paschke, C.*, & Lattery, M. (2015). Teaching for deep learning: Facilitating classroom discourse in a model-centered classroom. Wisconsin Association of Physics Teachers. University of Wisconsin La Crosse. [poster]

Paschke, C.* & Lattery, M. (2015). Teaching for deep learning: Facilitating classroom discourse in a model-centered classroom. American Association of Physics Teachers. University of Maryland. [poster]

Lattery, M. (2015). Introduction to the Modeling Method of Instruction. Office of Professional Improvement and Development (OPID) Spring Conference. Green Lake, WI. [teacher workshop]

Lattery, M. (2015). Deep learning in introductory physics: Exploratory studies of model-based reasoning. Annual Meeting of the Computer Science, Engineering, Physics and Astronomy (CSEPA) Department of UW Colleges. [plenary]

Lattery, M. (2015). Endangered physics teacher preparation programs. American Association of Physics Teachers. Washington, DC. [panelist]

Lattery, M. & Christopherson, C.* (2014). Introduction to the Modeling Method of Instruction. Wisconsin Association of Physics Teachers. Marquette University. [teacher workshop]

Tamres, D. & Lattery, M. (2014). Developing animated graphs and diagrams using Excel. Wisconsin Association of Physics Teachers. University of Wisconsin Marathon[teacher workshop]

Related Peer-Reviewed Publications

Lattery, M. (2016). Deep Learning in Introductory Physics: Exploratory Studies of Model-Based Reasoning. NC: Information Age Publishing.

Lattery, M. (2011). Steps toward learning mechanics.. Physics Education, 46(1), 73-79.

Lattery, M. (2011). What happens when force vanishes? Teaching Science, 57(3).

Lattery, M. (2009). Signature pedagogies in introductory physics. In Exploring Signature Pedagogies: Approaches to Teaching Disciplinary Habits of Mind (R. Gurung, Ed.). VA: Stylus Publishing.

Lattery, M. (2008). The long decay model of one-dimensional projectile motion. Science & Education, 17, 779-798.

Lattery, M. (2005). Student understanding of the primitive spring concept: Effects of prior classroom instruction and gender. Electronic Journal of Science Education, 9(3), 1-23.

 

 

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Professor Lattery will be attending the 2017 PhysTEC and the AAPT Conference in February where he will be giving a presentation on... (read more)

Professor Lattery publishes new book on the use of scientific models and modeling in the physics classroom Professor Lattery publishes new book on the use of scientific models and modeling in the physics classroom

Professor Lattery has recently published a new book entitled, "Deep Learning in Introductory Physics: Exploratory Studies of Model-Based Reasoning" (Information Age Publishing, 2016). For more information, please visit Amazon.com ("Look inside").

Professor Lattery named 2016-2017 WAPT President Professor Lattery named 2016-2017 WAPT President

Professor Lattery was voted the 2016-2017 Wisconsin Association of Physics Teachers President... (read more)

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

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