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2016 Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings
In the Maine Physical Sciences Partnership (MainePSP), we have observed that students improve the way they analyze thermal energy after instruction. Still, many of them continue to use the idea that "coldness" transfers. Past researchers have identified that "cold" is commonly perceived as a separate heat energy. Nevertheless, we have not found specific activities to address this idea. We present analysis of students' conceptual understanding of energy transfer and how the use of coldness as andoi:10.1119/perc.2016.pr.003 fatcat:fuhxhf7ylnhnrddkgvm2xdxwvu