Publications & Presentations

Publications

Stoeckel, M. (2018). Moving multimeter ground to define electric potential difference. The Physics Teacher, 54(24), 24-25. https://doi.org/10.1119/1.5018683 

Stoeckel, M. (2018). Where does the energy go?: Using evidence-based reasoning to explore relationships between energy and motion. The Science Teacher 85(1), 19-25.  https://learningcenter.nsta.org/resource/?id=10.2505/4/tst18_085_01_19

Presentations

MnCOSE 2019: Sense-Making with Card Sorts Strategies for using card sort activities to promote student discourse and reasoning

AAPT Summer Meeting 2019: Group-worthy Tasks with Kelly O’Shea Half-day workshop on designing and facilitating meaningful collaboration

MnCOSE 2018: Where Does the Energy Go? An overview of a multi-day lab where students determine what interaction causes a bouncy ball to dissipate energy

AAPT Summer Meeting 2018: PLC-Embedded Action Research A look at my district’s PLC process, including some action-research projects I’ve been a part of

MnCOSE 2017: Keeping the “S” in STEM with Evidence-Based Reasoning Strategies for getting students to apply their knowledge of science in engineering design challenges

MnCOSE 2017: Introduction to Modeling Instruction with Scot Hovan A brief overview of Modeling Instruction in physics

MnCOSE 2015: Cargo Carrier Design Challenge with Angela Peterson An overview of an integrated STEM unit on Newton’s Laws

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