Gerd Kortemeyer

Physics - Doctor of Philosophy Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI 
General Physics, Sciences Education
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Kortemeyer G, Dittmann-Domenichini N, Schlienger C, et al. (2023) Attending lectures in person, hybrid or online-how do students choose, and what about the outcome? International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education. 20: 19
Kortemeyer G. (2019) Quick-and-Dirty Item Response Theory The Physics Teacher. 57: 608-610
Kortemeyer G, Anderson D, Desrochers AM, et al. (2019) Using a computer game to teach circuit concepts European Journal of Physics. 40: 55703
Croxton D, Kortemeyer G. (2018) Informal physics learning from video games: a case study using gameplay videos Physics Education. 53: 15012
Kortemeyer G, Kortemeyer AF. (2018) The nature of collaborations on programming assignments in introductory physics courses: a case study European Journal of Physics. 39: 55705
Gönülateş E, Kortemeyer G. (2017) Modeling Unproductive Behavior in Online Homework in Terms of Latent Student Traits: An Approach Based on Item Response Theory Journal of Science Education and Technology. 26: 139-150
Sherin ZW, Cheu R, Tan P, et al. (2016) Visualizing relativity: The OpenRelativity project American Journal of Physics. 84: 369-374
Kortemeyer G. (2016) The Losing Battle Against Plug-and-Chug The Physics Teacher. 54: 14-17
Riegler P, Simon A, Prochaska M, et al. (2016) Using Tutorials in Introductory Physics on circuits in a German university course: Observations and experiences Physics Education. 51: 65014
Kortemeyer G. (2016) Work Habits of Students in Traditional and Online Sections of an Introductory Physics Course: A Case Study. Journal of Science Education and Technology. 25: 697-703
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