Key Competences in Physics Teaching and Learning: Selected Contributions from the International Conference GIREP EPEC 2015, Wrocław Poland, 6–10 July 2015
Tomasz Greczyło, Ewa Dębowska
Springer, Sep 22, 2016 - Science - 230 pages
This book presents a selection of the best contributions to GIREP EPEC 2015, the Conference of the International Research Group on Physics Teaching (GIREP) and the European Physical Society’s Physics Education Division (EPS PED). It introduces readers interested in the field to the problem of identifying strategies and tools to improve physics teaching and learning so as to convey Key Competences and help students acquire them.
The main topic of the conference was Key Competences (KC) in physics teaching and learning in the form of knowledge, skills and attitudes that are fundamental for every member of society. Given the role of physics as a field strongly connected not only to digital competence but also to several other Key Competences, this conference provided a forum for in-depth discussions of related issues.
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3 Analysing the Competency of Mathematical Modelling in Physics
Experiences from the Case of Liquid Crystals
5 The Influence of Epistemic Views About the Relationship Between Physics and Mathematics in Understanding Physics Concepts and Problem Solvi...
Educational Research and Development
6 Eyetracking in Research on Physics Education
A Case Study Using Cluster Analysis
11 Preliminary Data Analysis of SSQHOPE Questionnaire on Factors Inspiring Secondary Students to Study Physics
Classroom Ideas and TeachingLearning Practice
12 Representational Issues in Teaching Ideas About Matter
A Threshold to Understanding
Analysis of Changes in Perceptions About Quantum Physics Concepts and NoS Views
15 Teachers Beliefs About Subject Specific Competences and Inquiry Based Learning
16 Hydrogels in the Classroom
17 Teachers Design of Practical Work
8 Classroom Evidence of Teachers PCK of the Interplay of Physics and Mathematics
The Learning Output of a Course for Geometrical Optics for Lower Secondary Students
10 Building the Basic Concepts of Quantum Mechanics with Math and Computer Science Students