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|Publisher:||Pearson Education, Inc.; 3rd edition (2007)|
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Physics : Test Item File. Select Format: Paperback. Book by Delena Bell Gatch, James S. Walker. ISBN13:9780131851122. Release Date:June 2006.
James Walker obtained his P. in theoretical physics from the University of Washington in 1978. He subsequently served as a post-doc at the University of Pennsylvania, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and the University of California at San Diego before joining the physics faculty at Washington State University in 1983.
About the Author Dr. Delena Bell Gatch has taught introductory physics at Georgia Southern University since early 2001. She completed her P. at the University of Georgia in September of 2000, and remained at the University of Georgia as a post doctorial assistant before accepting the assistant professor position Georgia Southern University.
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Book's title: Physics James S. Library of Congress Control Number: 00048313. National Bibliography Number: GBA2-26434. International Standard Book Number (ISBN): 0136331246. 530 21. Personal Name: Walker, James . 1950-. Publication, Distribution, et. Upper Saddle River, . Prentice Hall : London.
Despite efforts to engage students in the traditional lecture environment, faculty in Georgia Southern University's Physics Department became dissatisfied with lecture as the primary means of instruction. During the fall semester of 2006, our department began adapting the studio model to suit the needs of introductory calculus-based physics students at our institution. An emphasis was placed on replacing traditional lectures with interactive, technology enriched class periods designed around the various learning styles. New teaching materials were created so that old laboratory assignments, very "cook-book" in nature, could be replaced with new inquiry-based laboratories. Assessment indicated students enrolled in the studio courses experience greater success in achieving the desired learning outcomes than those students enrolled in the traditional lecture courses.
Are you Delena Bell Gatch? Register this Author. Academic performance in human anatomy and physiology classes: a 2-yr study of academic motivation and grade expectation. Authors: Diana Sturges Trent W Maurer Deborah Allen Delena Bell Gatch Padmini Shankar. Department of Physics, Georgia Southern University, . Box 8031, Statesboro, Georgia 30460-8031, USA. View Article.