Publications

Papers

  1. Aycock, L.M., Hazari, Z., Brewe, E., Clancy, K.B.H., Hodapp, T., and Goertzen, R.M. (2019) Sexual harassment reported by undergraduate female physicists. Physical Review - Physics Education Research 15(1) 010121 [13 pages], doi: https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevPhysEducRes.15.010121
  2. Brewe, E. (2018). The roles of engagement: Network analysis for Physics Education Research. Getting Started in Physics Education Research (4)2. [17 pages], https://www.compadre.org/Repository/document/ServeFile.cfm?ID=14725&DocID=4886
  3. McPadden, D., Dowd, J., & Brewe, E. (2018). Power Boxes: New representation for analyzing DC circuits. The Physics Teacher 56(6), 362-366, https://doi.org/10.1119/1.5051147
  4. Bartley, J. E., Boeving, E.R., Riedel, M.C., Bottenhorn, K.L., Salo, T., Eickhoff, S.B., Brewe, E., Sutherland, M.T., Laird, A.R. (2018). Meta-analytic evidence for a core problem solving network across multiple representational domains. Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews. 92 [19 pages], doi: doi.org/10.1016/j.neubiorev.2018.06.009
  5. Dou, R., Brewe, E., Potvin, G., Zwolak, J.P., & Hazari, Z. (2018). Understanding the Development of Interest and Self-Efficacy in Reformed Undergraduate Physics Courses. International Journal of Science Education [19 pages], doi: 10.1080/09500693.2018.1488088
  6. Brewe, E.,* Sawtelle, V.*, (2018). Modeling Instruction for University Physics: Examining the Theory in Practice. European Journal of Physics, Special Issue Modelling in Physics Instruction. 39(5) 054001 [26 pages] https://doi.org/10.1088/1361-6404/aac236 *Co-first Authors.
  7. Brewe, E.*, Bartley, J.E.*, Riedel, M.C., Sawtelle, V., Salo, T., Boeving, E.R., Bravo, E.I., Odean, R., Nazareth, A., Bottenhorn, K.L., Laird, R.W., Sutherland, M.T., Pruden, S.T., and Laird, A.R., (2018). Toward a neurobiological basis for understanding learning in Modeling Instruction physics courses. Frontiers in ICT, Research Topic: Active Learning: Theoretical Perspectives, Empirical Studies and Design Profiles. 5, [10 pages], doi: https://doi.org/10.3389/fict.2018.00010 *Co-first Authors.
  8. Zwolak, J., Zwolak, M., & Brewe, E. (2018). Educational commitment and social networking: The power of informal networks.* Physical Review - Physics Education Research. 14(1) 010131 [12 pages], doi: https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevPhysEducRes.14.010131 *Editors Choice
  9. Brewe, E., Dou, R., Shand, R. (2018) Costs of Success: Financial Implications of Introductory Science Course Reform for Students, Administrators and Taxpayers, Physical Review - Physics Education Research 14(1), 010109 [8 pages], doi: https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevPhysEducRes.14.010109.
  10. McPadden, D., & Brewe, E. (2017). Impact of the second semester University Modeling Instruction course on students' representation choices. Physical Review - Physics Education Research 13(2), 020129 [15 pages], doi: https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevPhysEducRes.13.020129
  11. Zwolak, J.P., Dou, R., Williams, E.A., Brewe, E. (2017). Students’ network integration as a predictor of persistence in introductory physics courses. Physical Review - Physics Education Research 13(1), 010113 [14 pages], doi: https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevPhysEducRes.13.010113
  12. Hazari, Z., Goertzen, R.M., Brewe, E., & Hodapp, T. (2017) The Importance of High School Physics Teachers for Female Students' Physics Identity and Persistence, The Physics Teacher, 55(2), 96-99, http://dx.doi.org/10.1119/1.4974122

Presentations


  1. Brewe, E., Hazari, Z., Goertzen, R.M., Hodapp, T., and Ikehara, A. (2019) . Building Student Networks through CUWiP. Poster presented at American Association of Physics Teachers Conference, Provo, UT.
  2. Brewe, E., Galloway, R., Hardy, J., Wood, A., Young, C., and Elley, E. (2019) Instructional fingerprinting, network analysis of Framework for Interactive Learning in Lectures (FILL) data. Poster presented at Physics Education Research Conference, Provo, UT.
  3. Price, V., Klein, V. Brewe, E., Hazari, Z., Goertzen, R.M., Hodapp, T. (2019) Determining Influences of Women Deciding to Major in Physics; Contributed Talk; American Association of Physics Teachers National Conference; Washington; DC.
  4. K. Commeford; E. Brewe; A. Traxler; (2019) Characterizing Active Learning Environments in Physics Using Exponential Random Graph Models; Contributed poster; Physics Education Research Conference; Provo, UT.
  5. K. Commeford; E. Brewe; A. Traxler; (2019) Characterizing Active Learning Environments in Physics: Preliminary Results; Contributed talk; American Association of Physics Teachers; Provo, UT.
  6. K. Commeford; E. Brewe; A. Traxler; (2019) Characterizing Active Learning Environments in Physics: Preliminary Results; Contributed talk; American Physical Society April Meeting; Denver; CO.
  7. Gambrell, J., Smith, R., Brewe, E., (2019) Comparing Student Problem-solving Sub-skills between Lecture and Adapted Modeling Instruction; Contributed Talk; American Association of Physics Teachers National Conference; Utah; Provo.
  8. Gambrell, J., Brewe, E., (2019) Identifying Important Research Questions Involving Computation in Physics; Contributed Poster; Physics Education Research Conference; Utah; Provo.
  9. Brewe, E., (2018). Roles of Engagement: Network analysis in PER. Colloquium Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.
  10. Brewe, E., (2018). Roles of Engagement: Network analysis in PER. Invited Talk, American Association of Physics Teachers National Conference Summer, Washington, DC.
  11. Brewe, E., (2018). Roles of Engagement: Network analysis in PER. Invited seminar, RISE Center, University of Maine, Bangor, ME.
  12. K. Commeford; E. Brewe; A. Traxler; (2018) Characterizing Active Learning in Physics; Contributed talk; American Association of Physics Teachers National Conference; Washington; DC.
  13. Price, V., Brewe, E., Hazari, Z., Goertzen, R.M., Hodapp, T. (2018) Determining Influences of Women Deciding to Major in Physics; Contributed Poster; Physics Education Research Conference; Washington; DC.
  14. Brewe, E., (2017). Models and Modeling in Introductory Physics, Invited seminar, Psychology and Education group at Temple University, Philadelphia, PA.