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Physics Education

March 2014 Volume 49, Number 2

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Number of articles: 2

  1. Learning Physics in a Water Park

    Cecilia Cabeza, Nicolás Rubido & Arturo C. Martí

    Entertaining and educational experiments that can be conducted in a water park, illustrating physics concepts, principles and fundamental laws, are described. These experiments are suitable for... More

    pp. 187-194

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  2. Using Computational Simulations to Confront Students' Mental Models

    R Rodrigues & P Simeão Carvalho

    In this paper we show an example of how to use a computational simulation to obtain visual feedback for students' mental models, and compare their predictions with the simulated system's ... More

    pp. 195-200

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