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The websites for current physics classes are linked below. If you can't remember the URL for a specific class, then coming back here to http://www.waiferx.com/Physics/ will eventually lead you to the appropriate website.

Cuesta College, spring semester 2014:
>>Astronomy 210 (30674, NCC TuTh 11:00 AM-12:20 PM)
>>Astronomy 210 (30676, SLO W 5:00-7:50 PM)
>>Astronomy 210L Laboratory (30678, 30679, 30680, 30682)
>>Physics 205B--General Physics (30882, 30883, SLO MW 12:30-1:50 PM)

Physics education research materials
Archived materials for public distribution

Cuesta College, fall semester 2003-present:
>>P-dog's Blog: Boring but Important
      Astronomy and physics education research and comments, clicker questions,
      exam questions, photos, ephemerae, and unrelated random sketches and minutiae
      (April 2006-present; updated school weekdays)

>>Rubric Sorting Astronomy Essays
      Workshop presented at the Cosmos in the Classroom Hands-on Symposium on
      Teaching Introductory Astronomy and Related Science (July 22, 2013), sponsored
      by the Astronomical Society of the Pacific, San José State University, San Jose, CA

>>Using 'Wordles' to Stimulate Student-Teacher Interactions
      Contributed talk presented at the Southern California Section of the American
      Association of Physics Teachers spring 2012 meeting (April 21, 2012), hosted by
      the California State University-San Marcos, San Marcos, CA

>>Old Ideas, New Technologies--Harnessing the Power of Web 2.0 Resources
>>for the Weary Instructor
      Workshop presented at the Cosmos in the Classroom National Symposium
      on Teaching Astronomy for Non-Science Majors (August 2, 2010), sponsored by
      the Astronomical Society of the Pacific, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO;
      article in Cosmos in the Classroom 2010: Papers and Handouts from a Hands-on
      Symposium on Teaching Introductory Astronomy
, edited by A. Fraknoi,
      (Astronomical Society of the Pacific, San Francisco, 2011), p. 245

>>Current Events Quiz at Start of Introductory Astronomy Laboratory Promotes
>>Student Promptness and Awareness
      Poster presented at the Cosmos in the Classroom National Symposium
      on Teaching Astronomy for Non-Science Majors (August 1-4, 2010), sponsored by
      the Astronomical Society of the Pacific, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO

>>Formative, Summative, and Collaborative Clicker Instruction in Astronomy
      Workshop presented at the Cosmos in the Classroom National Symposium
      on Teaching Astronomy for Non-Science Majors (August 5, 2007), sponsored by
      the Astronomical Society of the Pacific, Pomona College, Pomona, CA

>>Different Reward Structures to Motivate Student Interaction with
    Electronic Response Systems in Astronomy
      Article in Astronomy Education Review (October 19, 2006), Issue 2, Volume 5

>>Astronomy Education Research on Clicker Use and Science Attitudes
      >>>Presented to the Central Coast Astronomical Society (April 27, 2006)
      >>>Cuesta College Astronomy Day (May 6, 2006), San Luis Obispo, CA
      >>>2006 Online Teaching Conference (June 16, 2006), San Diego City College, CA
      >>>Faculty Association of California Community Colleges Fall 2006 Meeting
                (October 12, 2006), Los Angeles, CA



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