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Description:

In teaching mathematics or science, understanding how to incorporate instructional technology and evaluate its impact is of great importance. We report on how we are using physics education research both as a guide to the way we develop computer-based curriculum and as a means of assessment. The context of our study is modern physics, which is a subject being taught in a growing number of classes from high school through graduate school. We focus on a computer tutorial on the photoelectric effect and its implementation in a university modern physics course for engineers and scientists.

Subjects:

  • Education > General

Education Levels:

  • Grade 1
  • Grade 6
  • Grade 8
  • Grade 9

Keywords:

NSDL,computer-aided-instruction,Education Foundations,Undergraduate (Lower Division),photoelectric-effect,Curriculum Development,physics-education,Physics Education Research,General,Assessment,Graduate/Professional,General Physics,instructional-technology,teaching,computer-based-curriculum,Higher Education,Undergraduate (Upper Division),Computers,oai:nsdl.org:2200/20061003065547941T,physics-computing,research-based-instructional-software,Physics,Computing and Information,Instruments,Education Practices,Course,university-modern-physics-course,NSDL_SetSpec_439869,Vocational/Professional Development Education,Education,Technology,educational-courses

Language:

English

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Public - Available to anyone

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Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial Share Alike

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