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2014 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings
Millions of dollars and uncounted hours have gone into the development of research-based instructional strategies for the improvement of undergraduate physics. However, many of these instructional strategies have extremely limited impact beyond the developer(s). Peer Instruction is the best-propagated research-based instructional strategy in undergraduate physics. We use case study methodology to construct the story behind how Peer Instruction became widely known and widely used. This casedoi:10.1119/perc.2014.pr.029 fatcat:uapwxpsxrzbbnkw77h6ibkafom