First Name
Jared
Last Name
Stang
Position
Lecturer
Office Room
Hennings 334
Tel (Office)
(604) 822-5527
Email
jared@phas.ubc.ca

Students Wanted
N/A



Bachelor's Degree
University of Toronto, 2009, Mathematics and Physics

Doctoral Degree
University of British Columbia, 2014, Physics

Employment History

Science Teaching and Learning Fellow, Department of Physics and Astronomy, UBC, 2014-2017


Research Area
Physics & Astronomy Education

Research Field
Physics Education Research

Research Topics
Faculty professional development in teaching, assessments that support learning, student engagement

Selected Publications

Active learning in pre-class assignments: Exploring the use of interactive simulations to enhance reading assignments. Jared B. Stang, Megan Barker, Sarah Perez, Joss Ives, and Ido Roll. Physics Education Research Conference 2016. Sacramento, CA: 2016. 332-335 of PER Conference [arXiv:1607.04588 [physics.ed-ph]].

Examining Student Participation in Two-Phase Collaborative Exams through Video Analysis. Joss Ives, Matias de Jong Van Lier, Nutifafa Kwaku Sumah, and Jared B. Stang. Physics Education Research Conference 2016. Sacramento, CA: 2016. 172-175 of PER Conference [arXiv:1607.03960 [physics.ed-ph]].

Paired teaching for faculty professional development in teaching. Jared B. Stang and Linda Strubbe. Discussions on University Science Teaching: Proceedings of the 2015 Western Conference on Science Education (2016) [arXiv:1507.05948 [physics.ed-ph]].

Gender gaps and gendered action in a first-year physics laboratory. James Day, Jared B. Stang, N.G. Holmes, Dhaneesh Kumar, and D.A. Bonn. Phys. Rev. Phys. Educ. Res. 12, 020104 (2016).

Dark matter and gravitational lensing in the classroom. Jes Ford, Jared Stang, and Catherine Anderson. Physics Teacher 53, 557 (2015).

Interactions between teaching assistants and students boost engagement in physics labs. Jared B. Stang and Ido Roll. Phys. Rev. ST Phys. Educ. Res. 10, 020117 (2014) [arXiv:1306.6606 [physics.ed-ph]].