Journal Club Dec 2023


As instructors, we often have a range of goals for our physics labs, from demonstrating key physics principles, engaging students with experimental physics practices, to teaching communication, computation, and collaboration skills. How do we prioritize these sometimes competing objectives and how do we design labs to effectively address our goals? In this presentation-discussion, we’ll discuss how research – and experience – can inform our instructional decisions for lab instruction.


Natasha G. Holmes, Cornell University

Presentation slides from her talk can be found here.

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