Teaching Physics

Teaching Physics

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This book seeks to narrow the current gap between educational research and classroom practice in the teaching of physics. It makes a detailed analysis of research findings derived from experiments involving pupils, students and teachers in the field. Clear guidelines are laid down for the development and evaluation of sequences, drawing attention to qcritical detailsq of the practice of teaching that may spell success or failure for the project. It is intended for researchers in science teaching, teacher trainers and teachers of physics.In the case of the drive wheel, the engine torque ensures that the resulting moment with respect to the centre of the wheel ... confirming the a€œBottomTop effecta€ introduced by Caldas (1994), according to which more studentsa#39; answers mention the action of the surface ... As Besson stresses, this effect is mitigatedin the case in question (A2), and in that case alone, by the need to find a reason why ... The written questionnaire was in fact confined to the case of the car accelerating forwards.

Title:Teaching Physics
Author: Laurence Viennot
Publisher:Springer Science & Business Media - 2011-06-28

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