By Tomasz Greczylo, Ewa Dębowska
This publication offers a range of the simplest contributions to GIREP EPEC 2015, the convention of the overseas study staff on Physics educating (GIREP) and the ecu actual Society’s Physics schooling department (EPS PED). It introduces readers attracted to the sector to the matter of determining concepts and instruments to enhance physics instructing and studying so one can show Key Competences and aid scholars collect them.
The major subject of the convention used to be Key Competences (KC) in physics instructing and studying within the kind of wisdom, abilities and attitudes which are primary for each member of society. Given the position of physics as a box strongly attached not just to electronic competence but additionally to numerous different Key Competences, this convention supplied a discussion board for in-depth discussions of comparable issues.
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For biology students, the math is decidedly secondary. Structure/function relationships tend to be the “go to” resource. Part of our goal in teaching physics to second year biologists is to improve their understanding of the potential value of mathematical modelling. This means teaching it rather than assuming it. 8 Conclusion I have presented an analysis of how mathematics is used in physics, including both an unpacking of what professionals do and an analysis of how students respond. I have shown that this can both can give insight into student difﬁculties reasoning with mathematics and potentially provide guidance for how to focus on epistemological issues that might create barriers between what a physics instructor is trying to teach and what the students are learning.
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Looks pretty simple—like a physics 1 problem. The sides cancel so I can just do ~ F ¼ I~ LÂ~ B on the top and bottom where B is constant. F. Redish Student B I’m pretty sure they want us to do the vector line integral around the loop H ~ F ¼ Id~ L Â~ B It’s pretty straightforward The sides do cancel, but I get the top and bottom do too, so the answer is zero What do you think happened next? Student A immediately folded his cards in response to student B’s more mathematically sophisticated reason and agreed she must be right.