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Richard N. Steinberg
Position: Professor
Campus Affiliation: City College of New York
Phone: (212) 650-5617
Degrees/Diplomas: Ph.D. Applied Physics, Yale University
Research Interests: Physics education research

“Targeted courses in inquiry science for future elementary school teachers,” R.N. Steinberg, Y. Wyner, G. Borman, and I. Salame, Journal of College Science Teaching 44, 48-53 (2015).
“Making sense of how students interpret atomic representations,” I.I. Salame, S. Sarowar, S. Begum, and R.N. Steinberg, Journal of Academic Perspectives 14 (2014).
“Understanding and affecting science teacher candidates’ scientific reasoning in introductory astrophysics,” R.N. Steinberg and S. Cormier, Phys. Rev. ST Phys. Educ. Res. 9, 020111 (2013).
“An inquiry into science education, where the rubber meets the road,” R.N. Steinberg, Rotterdam, NL: Sense Publishing (2011).
“The twin twin paradox: Exploring student approaches to understanding relativistic concepts,” S. Cormier and R.N. Steinberg, Phys. Teach. 48, 598-601 (2010).
“CLUSTER: University-Science Center Partnership for Science Teacher Preparation,” L.J. Saxman, P. Gupta, and R.N. Steinberg, The New Educator 6, 280-296 (2010).

“Probing student understanding of scientific thinking in the context of introductory astrophysics,” R.N. Steinberg, S. Cormier, and A. Fernandez, Phys. Rev. ST Phys. Educ. Res. 5, 020104 (2009).