Physics Education Research at CU-Boulder
The Physics Education Research Group at Colorado (PER@C) is one of largest research programs in physics education research (PER) in the nation. Our research group develops and studies: uses of technology in physics education, assessments (conceptual, epistemological, and belief-oriented), theoretical models of students' learning physics, social and contextual foundations of student learning, examination of successful educational reforms and replication studies of such reforms, and student problem solving in physics. We sponsor a number of educational reforms in physics, which range from pre-college to post-doctoral. The research group includes faculty, staff, and students from both the Department of Physics and the School of Education. read more »
Featured Project: PISEC
The JILA Physics Frontier Center Partnerships for Informal Science Education in the Community(PISEC) Program provides opportunities for university students (undergraduates, graduate students, and post docs) to teach inquiry-based science activities to K-12 populations that are underrepresented in science.
At PISEC, we conduct cutting-edge research on informal science environments as part of the Physics Education Research group at CU Boulder, PER@C. We study the impact of our program on children and also university students. Read more
News & Announcements
CU is tapping educators to promote teaching and learning across the state.
Steve is name Carnegie/CASE US Professor of the year. The second US Professor of the Year in the group!
Benjamin Spike, PhD Jack Olsen, MS and Rosemary Wulf MS
PER Group leads Wilcox and Hinko leed the regaionl section of AAPT meeting!
One of 35 nationally and one of two here at CU, Wulf wins prestigious 5 year fellowship
Jack will be named as one of two oustanding graduates from the College of Engineering for his service