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Spring 2014 Newsletter

Beth Lindsey, Editor

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In This Issue

  • From the Chair, Paul Cottle
  • From the Editor, Beth Lindsey
  • FEd Invited Sessions for the 2014 March and April Meetings
  • Call for Nominations for Awards and Fellowship
  • Additional Awards of Interest to FEd Members, Paul Dolan and Tarren Shaw
  • New APS Fellows Nominated from the Forum on Education
  • News from APS, Ted Hodapp
  • Browsing the Journals, Carl Mungan
  • Web Watch, Carl Mungan
  • Executive Committee


  • 15 Years of Online Physics Courses at Michigan State University, Gerd Kortemeyer
  • My Flipped Journey, Andy Rundquist
  • Navigating the Challenges and Opportunities of Online Education, Mats Selen and Tim Stelzer
  • Your World is Your Lab: A MOOC for Introductory Physics, Michael Schatz
  • Coming of Age: Open Education Resources for Physics, David Harris

Teacher Preparation Section, John Stewart, Editor

  • Teacher Preparation Section, John Stewart
  • Three Years of PhysTEC at Boston University, Andrew Duffy, Peter Garik, Bennett Goldberg, Mark Greenman, and Manher Jariwala
  • PhysTEC at The Beach! Key Elements from our Successful PhysTEC Project, Kevin Dwyer and Laura Henriques
  • Tomorrow’s Outstanding Physics Teachers at the University of Missouri, Karen E. L. King

Disclaimer: The articles and opinion pieces found in this issue of the APS Forum on Education Newsletter are not peer refereed and represent solely the views of the authors and not necessarily the views of the APS.