The book “Becoming a STEM Teacher: a Crash Course for People Entering the Profession”, is grounded into the TeachOlogical philosophy of teaching (the book is based on some of the postings listed below). For SED students this book provides a good addition to a standard textbook.
TeachOlogy is a practical philosophy of teaching and learning (Russian philosopher Sergei Gessen, 1887 - 1950, called education an “applied philosophy”; more at http://www.rus-ameeduforum.com/content/en/?task=art&article=1000964&iid=15).
The majority of the publications is available also at https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Valentin_Voroshilov or https://bu.academia.edu/ValentinVoroshilov
Publication listed below were used as a raw material
for the book above
Publications listed below are not related to the book above
(but, hopefully, a raw material for the next one)
To test or not to test? This is NOT the right question! (also was at http://www.edutopia.org , Mar. 2015)
“Project-oriented form of teacher professional development”/ Presentation at 2016 PhysTech conference: http://www.teachology.xyz/pr16.htm
Materials from a one day workshop with Prof. Novak for teachers: “Educational concept mapping”: http://www.teachology.xyz/sciencetalksite/index.htm (Aug. 2014)
An actual level of difficulty of test problems and its subjective perception by students // 2009 AAPT Winter Meeting, Chicago, Feb. 15 (2009).
Making the Transition from Introductory to Upper-Level Courses // 2009 AAPT Winter Meeting, Chicago, Feb. 15 (2009).
On a Definition of Work // The Physics Teacher, Val. 46, May 2008, p. 260.
Energy from nothing? // Physics Teacher, Vol. 45, No. L1, p. L1, July 2007.
“On Putting Physics First” // “Interactions”, March/April 2007, p. 6 -7;
Physics First or Physics in Parallel? // 2007 AAPT Summer Meeting, Aug. 1 (2007)
“The Comparison Between Russian High School And American College Curricula” // 2007 AAPT Winter Meeting, January 2007.
“Constructing Learning Aids for Teaching Algebra-based Physics” / Poster, AAPT summer meeting, 2006
“Classification of Educational Self-Determination of Students” (2001, in Russian)
“On the Necessity of Modeling by a Teacher of His/Her Own Pedagogical Activity” (1997, in Russian)
“Application of Operationally-Interconnect Categories for Diagnosing the Level of Students' Understanding of Physics” (1996, in Russian)
“Quantitative Measures of the Learning Difficulty of Physics Problems” (1996, in Russian)
Presentation at 2016 PhysTEC conference (Baltimore, MD, March 11 – 13)
“Physics as a Door Into STEM Education” (a presentation for the seminar 01/17/17)
Physics related papers => “Doing Physics”
two links to short videos (mostly physics experiments):
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P.S. Please, be advised that I am NOT the only Valentin Voroshilov on the Web, but I am the only one who teaches math and physics, does research in education, writes on education, and consults educators!