Dr R K Galloway
Ross is a member of the following School research institute and research group:
I am a member of the Edinburgh Physics Education Research group (EdPER) and my research activity is related to the learning and teaching of physics. I have interests in a wide range of pedagogic research areas, including the development of student problem solving skills, diagnostic testing, Peer Instruction, and flipped classroom pedagogies.
I am the Pre-Honours Co-ordinator for the Physics and Astronomy programmes at Edinburgh, and am Course Organiser for and teach on the Physics 1A and Physics 1B courses. I supervise on the Science Education Placement course and in Senior Honours projects, MPhys projects, and Group & Team projects. I am also a Personal Tutor.
- Learning from peer feedback on student-generated multiple choice questions: Views of introductory physics students DOI, Physical review physics education research, 14, 1, p. 010119-1
- Teaching in Higher Education, p. 1-17
- Can dual processing theory explain physics students' performance on the Force Concept Inventory? DOI, Physical review physics education research, 12, 2
- Physical review physics education research, 12, 1
- Physical review special topics-Physics education research, 10, 2