Arbeitsgruppe Prof. Kuhn

Publikationen von Michael Thees



  • Thees, M., Kapp, S., Lukowicz, P., & Kuhn, J. (2019). Smartglasses as assistive tools for higher science education: Towards a descriptive model of AR-based science laboratories. In J. Bastiaens (Ed.), Proceedings of EdMedia + Innovate Learning (pp. 5362). Amsterdam, Netherlands: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE).
  • Kapp, S., Thees, M., Strzys, M. P., Beil, F., Kuhn, J., Amiraslanov, O., . . . Wehn, N. (2019). Augmenting Kirchhoff's laws: Using augmented reality and smartglasses to enhance conceptual electrical experiments for high school students. The Physics Teacher, 57(1), 562563.


  • Thees, M., Becker, S., Rexigel, E., Cullman, N. & Kuhn, J. (2018). Coupled Pendulums on a Clothesline. The Physics Teacher 56 (2018), accepted.
  • Strzys, M. P., Thees, M., Kapp, S., Klein, P., Knierim, P., Schmidt, A. Lukowicz, P., & Kuhn, J. (2018). Smartglasses as assistive tools for undergraduate and introductory STEM laboratory courses. In I. Buchem, R. Klamma & F. Wild (Eds.), Perspectives on Wearable Enhanced Learning: Current Trends, Research and Practice (accepted). Heidelberg: Springer.
  • Thees, M., Klein, P., Kuhn, J. & Wilhelm, T. (2018). Beschleunigung und Winkelgeschwindigkeit verständlicher mit NCSU MyTech. Physik in unserer Zeit, 49(4).
  • Strzys, M.P., Kapp, S., Thees, M., Klein, P., Lukowicz, P., Knierim, P., Schmidt, A. & Kuhn, J. (2018). Physics holo.lab learning experience. Using smartglasses for augmented reality labwork to foster the concepts of heat conduction. European Journal of Physics, 39(3).


  • Thees, M., Hochberg, K., Kuhn, J. & Aeschlimann, M. (2017). Adaptation of acoustic model experiments of STM via smartphones and tablets. The Physics Teacher, 55(7), 436-437.
  • Strzys, M.P., Kapp, S., Thees, M., Lukowicz, P., Knierim, P., Schmidt, A. & Kuhn, J. (2017). Augmenting the thermal flux experiment. A mixed reality approach with the HoloLens. The Physics Teacher, 55(6), 376-377.


  • Prescher, T. & Thees, M. (2015). Memes als moderne Bildungsmedien. Humor als Medium pädagogischer Interaktion zur Wissenskonstruktion im Physikunterricht. Bildungsforschung, 12 (1), 147-178.



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