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Journal Articles/Book Chapters Charles Henderson's bibliography

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2014
2013
2012
  • Beach, A., Henderson, C., & Finkelstein, N. (2012). Facilitating Change in Undergraduate STEM Education: Implications from an analytic review of literature, Change: The Magazine of Higher Learning, 44 (6), 52–59. (email me for a copy of the article)
  • Henderson, C., Beach, A., & Finkelstein, N. (2012) Promoting High Quality Teaching Practices in Higher Education: Lessons Learned from the United States, in The University in the Age of Globalization, edited by J. Brada, G. Stanley, & W. Bienkowski. New York, NY: Palmgrave Macmillan.
  • Henderson, C., Dancy, M., & Niewiadomska-Bugaj, M. (2012) The Use of Research-Based Instructional Strategies in Introductory Physics: Where do Faculty Leave the Innovation-Decision Process?, Physical Review Special Topics - Physics Education Research, 8 (2), 020104.
  • Henderson, C., Beach, A., & Finkelstein, N. D. (2012). Four Categories of Change Strategies for Transforming Undergraduate Instruction. In P. Tynjälä, M.-L. Stenström, & M. Saarnivaara (Eds.), Transitions and Transformations in Learning and Education. Dordrecht: Springer Netherlands. doi:10.1007/978-94-007-2312-2
  • Henderson, C., Fynewever, H., Petcovic, H., & Bierema, A. (2012). Identifying the impact of national ATE centers on their host institutions: An exploratory study. Community College Review, 40 (1), 3-24. (email me for a copy of the article)
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1998
  • Henderson, C. (1998). Measuring the Forces Required for Circular Motion, The Physics Teacher, 36, 118-121. [Reprinted in Mamola, C. (Ed.) (1998), Apparatus for Teaching Physics. College Park, MD: American Association of Physics Teachers

Service as Editor

2012-ongoing
2008-12
2009
2008
2007

Books

2009
  • Henderson, C. (2009) Faculty Conceptions of the Teaching and Learning of Problem Solving: An Examination of Six Research University Physics Faculty, LAP Lambert Academic Publishing: Köln, Germany. ISBN: 978-3838313900 [Note: this is a somewhat edited version of my dissertation that was solicited by the publisher.]
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Selected Conference Proceedings and Other Publications

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Selected Talks/Posters

2014
  • Quardokus, K., & Henderson, C. (2014). Using Department-Level Social Networks to Inform Instructional Change Initiatives, Contributed Talk, NARST 2014 Annual Meeting, April 1, 2014, Pittsburg, PA.
2013
  • Khatri, R., Henderson, C., Cole, R., Stanford, R. & Froyd, J. “Case Studies of Successfully Propagated Educational Innovations”, Contributed Talk, American Association of Physics Teachers 2013 Summer Meeting, Portland, OR, July 16, 2013.
  • Henderson, C., Turpen, C., Dancy, M., & Chapman, T.“The Mismatch Between Faculty and Their Institutions Regarding the Assessment of Teaching Effectiveness”, Contributed Talk, American Association of Physics Teachers 2013 Summer Meeting, Portland, OR, July 17, 2013.
  • Barthelemy, R., Henderson, C. & VanDusen, B. “The Demographics and Experiences of Graduate Students in PER”, Contributed Talk, American Association of Physics Teachers 2013 Summer Meeting, Portland, OR, July 16, 2013.
  • Dancy. M. & Henderson, C. “Developing a Research-based Model for Educational Transformation”, Invited Talk, American Association of Physics Teachers 2013 Summer Meeting, Portland, OR, July 17, 2013.
  • Turpen, C., Henderson, C. & Dancy. M. “Moving Beyond Telling Individual Faculty About Educational Innovations”, Invited Talk, American Association of Physics Teachers 2013 Summer Meeting, Portland, OR, July 17, 2013.
 
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  • Henderson, C. & Cole, R. “Propagating Educational Innovations to have an Impact on Faculty Practice”, Workshop A2 presented at the NSF-TUES PI meeting, Washington, DC, January 24, 2013.
  • Quardokus, K. & Henderson, C. “Using social network analysis to inform education reform efforts in atmospheric science departments”, contributed talk, 2013 American Meteorological Society National Meeting, Austin, TX, January 8, 2013.
2012
  • Khatri, R., Henderson, C., Cole, R., & Froyd, J. “Change is Hard: Improving the Propagation of Educational Innovations”, Contributed Talk, American Association of Physics Teachers 2012 Summer Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, August 1, 2012.
  • Dancy, M. & Henderson, C. “Pedagogical Practices of New Faculty Following Participation in an Intensive Physics Education Focused Workshop”, Contributed Talk, American Association of Physics Teachers 2012 Summer Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, August 1, 2012.
  • Henderson, C. & Quardokus, K. “Department-Level Instructional Change: Complexity Leadership Theory and Social Networks”, Contributed Talk, American Association of Physics Teachers 2012 Summer Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, August 1, 2012.
  • Barthelemy, R., Henderson, C., & Grunert, M. “The Experiences of Women in Physics Education Research Graduate Programs”, Contributed Talk, American Association of Physics Teachers 2012 Summer Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, July 31, 2012.
  • Mamudi, W., Henderson, C., Lin, S-Y., & Yerushalmi, E. “Instructor’s Goals for Using Example Solutions in Introductory Physics”, Contributed Talk, American Association of Physics Teachers 2012 Summer Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, July 31, 2012.
  • Khatri, R., Henderson, C., Cole, R., & Froyd, J. “Principal Investigator and Program Director Views of Successful Propagation”, Contributed Poster, 2012 Physics Education Research Conference, Philadelphia, PA, August 1, 2012.
  • Barthelemey, R., Grunert, M., & Henderson, C. “The Graduate Research Field Choice of Women in Academic Physics and Astronomy: A Pilot Study”, Contributed Poster, 2012 Physics Education Research Conference, Philadelphia, PA, August 1, 2012.
 
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2011
  • Henderson, C., Dancy, M., Turpen, C. “Increasing the Impact of PER: Recommendations from Typical Faculty”, contributed talk/poster, American Association of Physics Teachers 2011 Summer Meeting, Omaha, NE, August 2, 2011.
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  • Turpen, C., Henderson, C., Dancy, M. “Is This Good Teaching? Assessment Challenges for Both Faculty and Institutions”, contributed talk/poster, American Association of Physics Teachers 2011 Summer Meeting, Omaha, NE, August 1, 2011.
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  • Beach, A., Henderson, C., “Practice Knowledge Versus Literature-Based Knowledge of STEM Education Change Agents: Results of a National Delphi Process”, Contributed Talk, American Educational Research Association Annual Conference, Denver, CO, April 30, 2010.
  • Beach, A., Henderson, C., Finkelstein, N., Lin, Y. “Improving Undergraduate Science Instruction: Results of Multidisciplinary Synthesis of the Literature”, Contributed Talk, American Educational Research Association Annual Conference, Denver, CO, April 30, 2010.
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2005
  • Henderson, C., & Stelzer, T., "The Gap Between PER and Mainstream Faculty: The PER Perspective", Poster presented at the Foundations and Frontiers in Physics Education Research Conference, Bar Harbor, Maine, August 16, 2005.
  • Henderson, C., & Dancy, M., "Synchronization Difficulties Between Traditional Faculty and Education Researchers ", Contributed Talk, American Association of Physics Teachers Summer Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT, August 9, 2005.
  • Dancy, M., & Henderson, C., "A Framework for Categorizing Beliefs and Practice", Contributed Talk, American Association of Physics Teachers Winter Meeting, Albuquerque, NM, January 11, 2005. [294 KB, .pdf format]
  • Henderson, C., & Dancy, M., "When One Instructor's Interactive Classroom Activity Is Another's Lecture: Communication Difficulties Between Faculty and Education Researchers", Contributed Talk, American Association of Physics Teachers Winter Meeting, Albuquerque, NM, January 11, 2005. [961 KB, .pdf format]
  • Kuo, V., Henderson, C., Heller, K., Heller, P., & Yerushalmi, E. “ Physics Problem Solving and Metacognition: Different Descriptions by Different Instructors”, Contributed Talk, American Association of Physics Teachers Winter Meeting, Albuquerque, NM, January 11, 2005.
2004
  • Henderson, C., & Dancy, M. “Beyond Instructor Beliefs: Additional Barriers to the Adoption of Student-Centered Instruction in Physics”, Contributed Talk, International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, Bloomington, IN, October 23, 2004. [721 KB, .pdf format]
  • Dancy, M., & Henderson, C., “Teaching, Learning and PER: Views from Mainstream Faculty”, Contributed Talk, American Association of Physics Teachers Summer Meeting, Sacramento, CA, August 3, 2004. [226 KB, .pdf format]
  • Henderson, C., & Dancy, M. “Beyond the Individual Instructor: Systemic Constraints in the Implementation of Research-Informed Practices”, Invited Poster, Targeted Poster Session TP-B: Methodologies of Problem Solving Research, Physics Education Research Conference, Sacramento, CA, August 5, 2004. [92 KB, .pdf format]
  • Henderson, C., & Foster, T. “Problem-solving Transfer between Mathematics and Physics”, Invited Poster, Targeted Poster Session TP-D: Methodologies of Problem Solving Research, Physics Education Research Conference, Sacramento, CA, August 5, 2004. [166 KB, .pdf format]
  • "Placing Constraints on Student Solutions as a Way to Develop Principle-Based Problem Solving", Contributed Talk, American Association of Physics Teachers Winter Meeting, Miami, FL, January 27, 2004. [785 KB, .pdf format]
  • Kuo, V., Heller, K., Heller, P., Henderson, C., & Yerushalmi, E. “Metacognition in Physics Problem Solving -- Instructors' Views”, Contributed Talk, American Association of Physics Teachers Winter Meeting, Miami, FL, January 28, 2004. [451 KB, .pdf format]
2003
  • “Using Semi-Structured Interviews and Multi-Layered Concept Maps to Generate an Initial Model of Physics Faculty Beliefs about Problem Solving”, Invited Poster, Targeted Poster Session xF: Methodologies of Problem Solving Research, Physics Education Research Conference, Madison, WI, August 7, 2003. [250 KB, .pdf format]
  • "Easier Said Than Done: A Case Study of Instructional Change", Contributed Talk, American Association of Physics Teachers Summer Meeting, Madison, WI, August 5, 2003. [675 KB, .pdf format]
  • "Physics Faculty Aren’t Blank Slates Either – An Example of the Mismatch Between Physics Faculty Conceptions and Research-Based Instructional Strategies", Physics Education Seminar, The Ohio State University, May 5, 2003. [1,087 KB, .pdf format]
  • “What Does It Mean to Solve a Physics Problem? – Instructor’s Beliefs”, Contributed Talk, American Association of Physics Teachers Winter Meeting, Austin, TX, January 14, 2003. [161 KB, .pdf format]
  • Kuo, V., Heller, K., Heller, P., Henderson, C., & Yerushalmi, E. “Solving a Physics Problem – An Expansion of Instructors’ Beliefs”, Contributed Talk, American Association of Physics Teachers Winter Meeting, Austin, TX, January 14, 2003.[161 KB, .pdf format]
2002
  • “How Students Learn Problem Solving – A Model of Instructors’ Beliefs”, Contributed Talk, American Association of Physics Teachers Summer Meeting, Boise, ID, August 6, 2002. [487 KB, .pdf format]
  • “Instructors’ Beliefs About Teaching Using Example Problem Solutions”, Contributed Talk, American Association of Physics Teachers Winter Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, January 22, 2002. [416 KB, .pdf format]
2001
  • “Instructors’ Ideas about Problem Solving – Setting Goals”, Contributed Talk, American Association of Physics Teachers Summer Meeting, Rochester, NY, July 24, 2001.
  • “Computer-Based Problem Solving Laboratories for Introductory Physics”, Workshop Co-Leader with Ken Heller, Pat Heller, & Vince Kuo: (1) American Association of Physics Teachers Winter Meeting, San Diego, CA, January 7, 2001; (2) Lab-Centered Instruction Conference, Grand Rapids, MN, June 7, 2001; (3) American Association of Physics Teachers Summer Meeting, Rochester, NY, July 22, 2001
  • “Making the Grade”, Contributed Talk, Minnesota Area Association of Physics Teachers Spring Meeting, April 28, 2001.
  • “Don’t be Fooled: Physics Trickery”, Adult Education Class, Science Museum of Minnesota, April 1, 1998, October 27, 1998, April 1, 1999, April 5, 2000, April 5, 2001.
2000
  • “Why Solve Problems? – Part 2: Different Views from Different Practices?”, Contributed Talk, American Association of Physics Teachers Summer Meeting, Guelph, Canada, August 2, 2000. [.75 KB, .pdf format]
  • “Common Concerns about the FCI”, Contributed Talk, American Association of Physics Teachers Winter Meeting, Kissimmee, FL, January 19, 2000. [132 KB, .pdf format]
1999
  • “Physics Challenges”, Adult Education Presentation as part of Grand Opening Celebration, Science Museum of Minnesota, Dec 12 and 19, 1999.
  • “Where Do Students ‘Go Wrong’ When Solving Newton’s Second Law Problems”, Contributed Talk, American Association of Physics Teachers Summer Meeting, San Antonio, TX, August 6, 1999. [204 KB, .pdf format]
  • “Where Do Students Go Wrong When Solving Physics Problems”, Contributed Talk, Minnesota Area Association of Physics Teachers Spring Meeting, April 24, 1999.
1998
  • “Alternative Conceptions in Physics”, Physics Colloquy, Macalester College, March 12, 1998.
  • “Pipe Organ Sound”, Adult Education Class, Science Museum of Minnesota, March 10, 1998.
1997
  • “What’s in a Sound?”, Adult Education Class, Science Museum of Minnesota, November 13, 1997.
  • “The Physics of Toys”, Saturday Workshop For Families, Bakken Museum, May 17, 1997.
1996
  • “Electricity and Magnetism”, Saturday Workshop For Families, Bakken Museum, September 21, 1996.

Dissertation

Henderson, C. (2002). Faculty Conceptions About the Teaching and Learning of Problem Solving in Introductory Calculus-Based Physics. Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation, University of Minnestoa, Twin Cities. [Download Here]

 
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