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Jochen Kuhn
Jochen Kuhn
Professor (full), Chair of Physics Education, Faculty of Physics, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität
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Analyzing free fall with a smartphone acceleration sensor
P Vogt, J Kuhn
The Physics Teacher 50 (3), 182-183, 2012
2062012
Effects of augmented reality on learning and cognitive load in university physics laboratory courses
M Thees, S Kapp, MP Strzys, F Beil, P Lukowicz, J Kuhn
Computers in Human Behavior 108, 106316, 2020
1782020
Using Smartphones as Experimental Tools—Effects on Interest, Curiosity, and Learning in Physics Education
K Hochberg, J Kuhn, A Müller
Journal of Science Education and Technology 27 (5), 385–403, 2018
1592018
Analyzing simple pendulum phenomena with a smartphone acceleration sensor
P Vogt, J Kuhn
The Physics Teacher 50 (7), 439-440, 2012
1232012
Authentische Aufgaben im theoretischen Bereich von Instruktions-und Lehr-Lern-Forschung
J Kuhn
Springer-Verlag, 2010
1212010
Smartphones as experimental tools: Different methods to determine the gravitational acceleration in classroom physics by using everyday devices.
J Kuhn, P Vogt
European Journal of Physics Education 4 (1), 16-27, 2013
1192013
Analyzing spring pendulum phenomena with a smart-phone acceleration sensor
J Kuhn, P Vogt
The Physics Teacher 50 (8), 504-505, 2012
1192012
Classical experiments revisited: smartphones and tablet PCs as experimental tools in acoustics and optics
P Klein, M Hirth, S Gröber, J Kuhn, A Müller
Physics Education 49 (4), 412-418, 2014
1112014
Applications and examples of experiments with mobile phones and smartphones in physics lessons
J Kuhn, P Vogt
Frontiers in Sensors 1 (4), 67-73, 2013
992013
Analyzing acoustic phenomena with a smartphone microphone
J Kuhn, P Vogt
The Physics Teacher 51 (2), 118-119, 2013
992013
The use of augmented reality to foster conceptual knowledge acquisition in STEM laboratory courses—Theoretical background and empirical results
K Altmeyer, S Kapp, M Thees, S Malone, J Kuhn, R Brünken
British Journal of Educational Technology 51 (3), 611-628, 2020
952020
Context-based science education by newspaper story problems: A study on motivation and learning effects
J Kuhn, A Müller
Perspectives in Science 2 (1-4), 5-21, 2014
922014
Angular velocity and centripetal acceleration relationship
M Monteiro, C Cabeza, AC Marti, P Vogt, J Kuhn
Smartphones as Mobile Minilabs in Physics: Edited Volume Featuring more than …, 2022
802022
Physics holo. lab learning experience: Using Smartglasses for Augmented Reality labwork to foster the concepts of heat conduction
MP Strzys, S Kapp, M Thees, P Klein, P Lukowicz, P Knierim, A Schmidt, ...
European Journal of Physics 39 (3), 035703, 2018
792018
Analyzing radial acceleration with a smartphone acceleration sensor
P Vogt, J Kuhn
The Physics Teacher 51 (3), 182-183, 2013
732013
Using mobile devices to enhance inquiry-based learning processes
S Becker, P Klein, A Gößling, J Kuhn
Learning and Instruction 69, 101350, 2020
702020
Measurement of sound velocity made easy using harmonic resonant frequencies with everyday mobile technology
M Hirth, J Kuhn, A Müller
The Physics Teacher 53 (2), 120-121, 2015
702015
gPhysics–Using Smart Glasses for Head-Centered, Context-Aware Learning in Physics Experiments
J Kuhn, P Lukowicz, M Hirth, A Poxrucker, J Weppner, J Younas
IEEE Transactions on Learning Technologies 9 (4), 304-317, 2016
692016
Experiments Using Cell Phones in Physics Classroom Education: The Computer-Aided g Determination
P Vogt, J Kuhn, S Müller
The Physics Teacher 49 (6), 383-384, 2011
692011
Smartphone & Co. in Physics Education: Effects of Learning with New Media Experimental Tools in Acoustics
J Kuhn, P Vogt
Multidisciplinary Research on Teaching and Learning, 253-269, 2015
622015
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