美国物理教师协会
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作者:Vincent P. Coletta
来源:[J].The Physics Teacher, 2020, Vol.58 (4)
摘要:Adequate sleep is essential for students to be able to solve challenging problems effectively. After many years of advising students to get enough sleep the night before their final exam, two studies were conducted with students in introductory physics classes to investigate...
作者:Vladimir Ivchenko
来源:[J].The Physics Teacher, 2020, Vol.58 (4)
摘要:The point particle is an idealized object where rotational and vibrational motion is ignored. Nevertheless, in many cases such degrees of freedom play a significant role. For example, the rotation and vibration of a molecule is an important “reservoir” of its internal energy...
作者:James Lincoln , Anton Skorucak
来源:[J].The Physics Teacher, 2020, Vol.58 (4), pp.284-285
摘要:Physics experiments powered by a universal serial bus (USB) connection are becoming increasingly common. With teachers going through so many batteries each year, USB-powered physics provides an economical and environmentally friendly alternative. In this article, the authors disc...
作者:C. M. Orban , R. M. Teeling-Smith
来源:[J].The Physics Teacher, 2020, Vol.58 (4), pp.247-251
摘要:Computational thinking” (CT) is still a relatively new term in the lexicon of learning objectives and science standards. The term was popularized in an essay by Wing, who said, “To reading, writing and arithmetic, we should add computational thinking to every child’s an...

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