Friday, December 9, 2011

One-dimensional collision carts computer model and design ideas for productive experiential learning Loo Kang Wee Provisionally scheduled for February 2012

My scholarly research paper has been accepted! 
I hope my other papers will be accepted too:)

One-dimensional collision carts computer model and design ideas for productive experiential learning
Loo Kang Wee
Provisionally scheduled for February 2012
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IOP Physics Education article accepted !
From http://authors.iop.org/atom/articles.nsf/0/D1A6353CFC107A9880257873004EF2A9?OpenDocument&ff=no
it seems the article has been first submitted

Awesome! can't wait for it to be published!
it is awesome! IOP author submission has a history to track articles

26/09/2011Reports for Editor-in-Chief's recommendationReport received
04/07/2011Revised manuscript to refereeReport received
29/06/2011Author revision requiredRevised manuscript received
28/06/2011Reports for Editor-in-Chief's recommendationReport received
23/05/2011Original manuscript to refereeReport received
18/05/2011Reports for Editor-in-Chief's recommendationReport received
19/04/2011Original manuscript to refereeReport received




Ref: PED/391110/PAP

Dear Mr Wee

TITLE: One-dimensional collision carts computer model and design ideas
for productive experiential learning
AUTHORS: Mr Loo Kang Wee

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in order of pages

page 2, figure 1, should be u2 = - 1.0 instead of u2 = 1.0
page 2, line 13, should be Figure 1 instead of 1

Query A
page 2, in Physics Model, line 7, should be Figure 2 instead of 0

page 3, in Consistent simulation world view with pen and paper representation, line 13 should be classroom discussion of problems as, deleting the extra 'discuss'.

Query 1
page 7,  references
[8] Physical Review Special Topics - Physics Education Research
W. K. Adams, A. Paulson, and C. E. Wieman, presented at the Physics Education Research Conference, Edmonton, Canada, 2008 (unpublished).

Query 2
[2] place  = New York, Publisher = Springer
citation could look like this
C. Dede, M. Salzman, R. Loftin and D. Sprague, in Modeling and simulation in science and mathematics education, edited by W. Feurzeig and N. Roberts (Springer, New York, 1999), Vol. 1.

[10] place  = Murcia Spain, Publisher = Open Source Physics
citation could look like this
Esquembre, F. (2009). Collision in one dimension [application/java]. Universidad de Murcia, Spain: Open Source Physics. Retrieved from http://www.um.es/fem/EjsWiki/Main/ExamplesCollision1D

[11] place  = Boston University, USA, Publisher = Open Source Physics
Duffy, A. (2010). One Dimensional Collision Model [application/java]. Boston University, USA: Open Source Physics. Retrieved from http://www.compadre.org/Repository/document/ServeFile.cfm?ID=10000&DocID=1637

[17] place  = Taiwan , Publisher = National Taiwan Normal University
citation could look like this
Hwang, F.-K. (2010). 1D collision : Conservation of Momentum [application/java JDK]. Taiwan: National Taiwan Normal University. Retrieved from http://www.phy.ntnu.edu.tw/ntnujava/index.php?topic=5.0

[18] place  = Stadtbergen, Germany , Publisher = Fendt, Walter
citation could look like this
Fendt, W. (2003). Elastic and Inelastic Collision [application/java]. Stadtbergen, Germany: Fendt, Walter. Retrieved from http://www.walter-fendt.de/ph14e/collision.htm

[22] place  = Indiana, USA , Publisher = Ball State University
citation could look like this
Bryan, J. A. (2011). Video Analysis: Real World Investigations for Physics and Mathematics. Elastic Collisions I moving cart collides with stationary cart of equal mass, from http://jabryan.iweb.bsu.edu/videoanalysis/index.htm

Query 3

[7] journal title = Physical Review Special Topics - Physics Education Research

citation could look like this
N. D. Finkelstein, W. K. Adams, C. J. Keller, P. B. Kohl, K. K. Perkins, N. S. Podolefsky, S. Reid and R. LeMaster, Physical Review Special Topics - Physics Education Research 1 (1), 010103 (2005).

Query 4 

[14] Page number = 110 - 120, note that the Journal = MERLOT Journal of Online Learning and Teaching
citation could look like this
Finkelstein, N., Adams, W., Keller, C., Perkins, K., & Wieman, C. (2006). High-tech tools for teaching physics: The physics education technology project. MERLOT Journal of Online Learning and Teaching, 2(3), 110 - 120. 


Query 5  
city of publisher = University of Nottingham, UK
[26]
citation could look like this
Ainsworth, S. (2008). The Educational Value of Multiple-representations when Learning Complex Scientific Concepts. In J. K. Gilbert, M. Reiner & M. Nakhleh (Eds.), Visualization: Theory and Practice in Science Education (Vol. 3, pp. 191-208). University of Nottingham, UK: Springer Netherlands.