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No magic wand for teaching physics

Abstract : Is it possible to improve our teaching without becoming experts in didactics ? At the physics group of the Université de Savoie, we experimented a few techniques and options, with the help of experts in pedagogy. Among others, we will describe the use of the online teaching platform WIMS [1] that allows random exercises, has a large choice of interaction methods and a formal engine; the use of videos of physics courses to be viewed online; experiments in tutorial classes; the use of audience response devices (clickers), in connection to active learning. We are also experimenting some efficiency measuring tools (concept inventories) [2]. Finally, we will start in the near future experimenting a flipped classroom.
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D. Buskulic. No magic wand for teaching physics. 14th International Symposium "Frontiers of Fundamental Physics" (FFP14), Jul 2014, Marseille, France. ⟨in2p3-01053052⟩



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