Editors: Maria Teresa Caccamo, Salvatore Magazù

Physics Education for Students: An Interdisciplinary Approach

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Library License: US $156
ISBN: 978-981-4998-52-9 (Print)
ISBN: 978-981-4998-51-2 (Online)
Year of Publication: 2021
DOI: 10.2174/97898149985121210101


Physics Education for Students: An Interdisciplinary Approach is a compilation of reviews that highlight new approaches and trends in teaching and learning specific topics on physics to high school and university students. The reviews cover different areas of physics education (laboratory activities, mathematics, philosophy and history) and the ways that learning outcomes can be improved. These distinguished areas can generate complexities and difficulties for students in learning some concepts since the same topics are often presented while following approaches that do not highlight the existing correlations among the involved disciplines. The reviewers discuss an integrated framework for readers with the objective to promote the inclusion of specific laboratory activities and mathematics contents for physics courses addressed to university students, with evidence of the importance of combining a historical and philosophical approach as well. Specific topics in this book include the benefits of active learning in physics education, dialogic best practices in science education, research-based proposals on optical spectroscopy in secondary schools, didactic principles and e-learning in physics and expansive framing in physics laboratories.

Physics Education for Students: An Interdisciplinary Approach, with its selection of expert reviews is an interesting read for academics and researchers involved in STEM education, at the school or college level.


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Maria Teresa Caccamo*, Salvatore Magazù*
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List of Contributors

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Expansive Framing Produces More Vivid Introductory Physics Labs

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Danny J. Doucette*, Chandralekha Singh
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Active Learning in Studying Physics as the First Research Experience of University Students

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Elena Kazakova, Svetlana Kirpu, Marina Kruchek, Elena Moshkina, Olga Sergeeva, Elena Tikhomirova*
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Can Physics Education Support A Self-Responsible Society?

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Gilbert Ahamer*
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Dialogic Best Practice for Dissemination of A Scientific Culture

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Gilbert Ahamer*
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Research-Based Proposals on Optical Spectroscopy in Secondary School

- Pp. 72-86 (15)
Daniele Buongiorno*, Marisa Michelini
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Normal Mode Investigation of a System of Coupled Oscillators: a Physics Lecture

- Pp. 87-112 (26)
Maria Teresa Caccamo*, Salvatore Magazù
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Subject Index

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