Different approaches to research and innovation in physics education at college and university

J. Guisasola, D. Zolman, L. Bollen, P. Van Kampen, C. Baily, M. De Cock, T. Dreef, J. Buning, D. Fokkema, T. Hijmans, G. Kuik, C. Fazio, O. R. Battaglia, K. Zuza

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Abstract

In this article we report a Symposium organized by GTG-Physics Education Research at University (PERU) with different proposals that includes innovative educational approaches and research on problems of teaching-learning physics at university. In the second section, two research projects are described on teaching specific curriculum topics that present special difficulties for students. In the next section the third project on a work experience in the laboratory that takes into account the characteristics of scientific work, is presented. Finally, the fourth project presents a way to investigate the types of student reasoning. In the discussion, the importance of research projects that include not only conceptual understanding but also those areas such as laboratory work or "on-line physics courses" that involve practicing skills of scientific work, is highlighted.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationGIREP-ICPE-EPEC 2017 Conference, Proceedings
EditorsEilish McLoughlin, Paul van Kampen
PublisherInstitute of Physics Publishing
Pages1-12
Number of pages12
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 16 Aug 2019
EventGIREP-ICPE-EPEC 2017 Conference - Dublin City University, Ireland
Duration: 3 Jul 20177 Jul 2017
http://www.girep2017.org/ehome/girep2017/294761/

Publication series

NameJournal of Physics: Conference Series
PublisherIOP Publishing Ltd.
Number1
Volume1286
ISSN (Print)1742-6588
ISSN (Electronic)1742-6596

Conference

ConferenceGIREP-ICPE-EPEC 2017 Conference
Abbreviated titleGIREP-ICPE-EPEC
Country/TerritoryIreland
CityDublin City University
Period3/07/177/07/17
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