Teaching Physics: Figuring Out What Works
E.F. Redish, and R.N. Steinberg 1999 Physics Today. v52(1), p24-30
The authors assert that physics education research, a growing subfield of physics, helps educators understand what students learn in physics courses and how to make sense of what physics students do in a way that will help instructors improve their courses. Examples of physics education research investigations are provided and ways to improve instruction are discussed.
Subject: Education:Assessment, Physics:Education Practices:Pedagogy, Curriculum Development, Instructional Material Design, Physics:Education Foundations:Achievement, Assessment of Students Resource Type: Scientific Resources:Overview/Reference Work, Journal Article Research on Learning: Assessment:Meta-Analysis, Instructional Design
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