About

Becoming Scientists through Video Analysis By Raffles Girls School, River Valley High School, National Junior College and EverGreen Secondary School , supported by eduLab learning designers

Principal Investigators

  1. Mr. Leong Tze Kwang, Physics Teacher, Raffles Girls School (2013-current) see RGS website
  2. Mr. Thio Cher Kuan, Raffles Girls School 
  3. Mr. Lee Tat Leong, River Valley High (2014)
  4. Mr. Gideon Choo, River Valley High (2014)
  5. Mr. Chan Him Nok,River Valley High
  6. Ms. Ning Hwee Tiang, National Junior College
  7. Mr. Tan Kim Kia, Evergreen Secondary School
  8. Mr. Wee Loo Kang Lawrence, Educational Technology Division
  9. Mr. Tan Ching, Educational Technology Division (2014)
  10. Ms. Teo Eng Hui, Educational Technology Division (2014)

Project Artifacts

  1. OSP@SG  Open Source Physics Tracker Digital Library (2015)

  2. edulab017 Becoming Scientists through Video Analysis (Evergreen Sec School 2015)

  3. edulab017 Becoming Scientists through Video Analysis (River Valley High 2015)

  4. Tracker Singapore Shared Digital Library (2014)

  5. Tracker YouTube Playlist for Professional Development  (2014) 

  6. edulab017 Becoming Scientists through Video Analysis (Raffles Girls School 2014)

  7. edulab017 Becoming Scientists through Video Analysis (Rver Valley High 2014)

  8. Learning Physics of Free Fall through Video Analysis& Modeling (Tracker Evergreen Sec Sch 2014)

  9. Learning Physics of Kinematics through Video Analysis & Modeling (Tracker National JC 2014)

Journal Papers

  1. Wee, Loo Kang, & Leong, Tze Kwang. (2015). Video Analysis and Modeling Performance Task to Promote Becoming Like Scientists in Classrooms. American Journal of Educational Research, 3(2), 197-207. Link arXiv:1502.06340 [pdf], Link2: Open Access Journal Website 

  2. Wee, Loo Kang, Tan, Kim Kia, Leong, Tze Kwang, & Tan, Ching. (2015). Using Tracker as a Pedagogical Tool for Understanding Toss Up-Free Fall Motion. arXiv preprint arXiv:1501.02858 [pdf], Link2: Open Acess Journal Website 

  3. Wee, Loo Kang, Chew, Charles, Goh, Giam Hwee, Tan, Samuel, & Lee, Tat Leong. (2012). Using Tracker as a pedagogical tool for understanding projectile motion. Physics Education, 47(4), 448 Link arXiv:1206.6489v1 [pdf], Link2: Journal Website 

MOE Publication

  1. Wee L.K. (2013) Open Source Physics, i in Practice 1(1), p. 58-63, Ministry of Education.[PDF] [iinpracticeOpen Source Physics_PG58-63_lr.pdf]

Conference Papers and Presentations

  1. Wee L.K. (2014, 26 June) Open Educational Resources from Performance Task using Video Analysis and Modelling using Tracker and K12 science education framework, 8th Joint Meeting of Chinese Physicists Worldwide (OCPA8), NANYANG TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY, SPMS -- LT 1, School of Physical & Mathematical Sciences, Nanyang Technological University, 21 Nanyang Link, Singapore 637371 Singapore 
  2. Wee L.K., Leong T.K. (2014, July 7-12) Performance Task using Video Analysis and Modelling to promote K12 eight practices of science GIREP-MPTL 2014 International Conference, Paper 294, University of Palermo, Italy arXiv:1501.01532 [pdf

  3. Ning H.T. (2015, 06 Jan ) Becoming Scientists Through Video Analysis,  American Association of Physics Teachers Winter Meet 2015, San Diego, California , USA. 

Video

 Tracker YouTube Playlist for Professional Development  (2014)

Awards

Software Requirements

Java

Credits

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