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Physics Education

1997 Volume 32, Number 3

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Number of articles: 2

  1. Developing Students' Physics Problem-Solving Skills

    John Bolton & Shelagh Ross

    Describes a protocol designed to help students taking their first undergraduate physics course acquire the basic skills of physics problem solving. Discusses the evaluation of the educational... More

    pp. 176-84

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  2. Physics with a Car Headlamp and a Computer

    Ian Cooper

    Presents an experiment that investigates the temperature of tungsten filaments using a car headlamp. Uses a spreadsheet program that facilitates extensive data manipulation. Gives students an... More

    pp. 197-200

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