First Name
Joss
Last Name
Ives
Position
Instructor 1
Office Room
Hennings 280
Tel (Office)
(604) 827-2633
Email
joss@phas.ubc.ca



Bachelor's Degree
University of Saskatchewan, 2000

Master's Degree
University of Saskatchewan, 2003

Doctoral Degree
University of British Columbia, 2008

Employment History

University of Brisitish Columbia - Instructor 1 (2013 - Present)
University of the Fraser Valley - Instructor (2009 - 2013)


Awards

University of the Fraser Valley Faculty of Science Teaching Award (2013)


Citizenship
Canadian

Research Area
Physics & Astronomy Education

Research Field
Physics Education Research

Research Topics
Assessments that support learning, including two-stage group exams; development of laboratory, communication and computational skills throughout the undergraduate curriculum

Selected Publications

J.Ives, M. van Lier, N. Sumah, J. Stang, “Examining Student Participation in Two-Phase Collaborative Exams through Video Analysis”, accepted for publication in PERC 2016 Proceedings (arXiv: 1607.03960)

J. Stang, J. Ives, M. Barker, S. Perez and I. Roll, “Active learning in pre-class assignments: Exploring the use of interactive simulations to enhance reading assignments”, accepted for publication in PERC 2016 Proceedings (arXiv: 1607.04588)

L. Strubbe, J. Ives, N.G. Holmes, D. Bonn and N. Sumah, “Active learning in pre-class assignments: Exploring the use of interactive simulations to enhance reading assignments”, accepted for publication in PERC 2016 Proceedings (arXiv: 1607.04588)

J. Ives, “Measuring the Learning from Two-Stage Collaborative Group Exams”, PERC 2014 Proceedings, AIP Press (arXiv: 1407.6442v2)

N.G. Holmes, J. Ives, D.A. Bonn, “The Impact of Targeting Scientific Reasoning on Student Attutudes about Experimental Physics”, PERC 2014 Proceedings, AIP Press.

J. Ives, “Weekly Quizzes as Learning Experiences”, Physics in Canada Special Issue (2014).

N. Holmes, M. Martinuk, J. Ives and M. Warren, “Teaching Assistant Professional Development by and for TAs”, The Physics Teacher, Volume 51, Issue 4, pp. 218 (April, 2013).

M. Martinuk and J. Ives, “Do Prescribed Prompts Prime Sensemaking During Group Problem Solving?”, PERC 2011 Proceedings, AIP Press (arXiv:1111.5400v1).