Computer Assisted Learning in Physics Education focuses on the use of computers in learning physics. Organized into six chapters, the book begins with an explanation of the CONDUIT series in physics. Subsequent chapters focus on physics education with or without computers; a computer-based course in classical mechanics; physics in the Irvine Educational Technology Center; and an electronics course using an intelligent video format. The last chapter addresses computation as a physical and intellectual environment for learning physics. The book will be useful for physics students as an aid in the use of computers in this field.In the current configuration the video from the videotape player is presented on a separate nineinch Sony color TV set. ... of all the graphics for the lesson, and a file of instructions that, along with the student answer, determines the lesson flow.
|Title||:||Computer Assisted Learning in Physics Education|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier - 2013-09-11|