Rediscovering Optics (Rediscovering Science) ePub download
by Nahum Kipnis
- ISBN: 096367840X
- ISBN13: 978-0963678409
- ePub: 1678 kb | FB2: 1782 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Engineering
- Publisher: B E N A Pr; 1st edition (December 1, 1992)
- Pages: 259
- Rating: 4.7/5
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Analogy in science knew its successes and failures, as illustrated by examples from the eighteenth-century physics. For instance, all experiments described in my Rediscovering Optics were repeated at home
Analogy in science knew its successes and failures, as illustrated by examples from the eighteenth-century physics. At times, some scientists abstained from using a certain analogy on the ground that it had not yet been demonstrated. For instance, all experiments described in my Rediscovering Optics were repeated at home. Galvanic circuits are (chemically) safe if you use lemon juice.
This is an excerpt from Rediscovering Optics, Minneapolis: BENA Press, 1992. It shows how to teach optical concepts by viewing them at the time of their discovery and relying on students' reproduction of historical experiments. ref sr 1 1?s books&ie UTF8&qid 1422923574&sr 1-1&keywords rediscovering+optics This book is for science teachers and advanced students.
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I subordinated the discussion of historical and philosophical issues of science to learning scientific concepts, superimposing them so as to make them inseparable. The topics of units are the same as in regular science courses, such as "electrical conductors and nonconductors," and the goal is the same: to formulate the laws of phenomena. The difference is in the ways the unit is taught. I have found that understanding of a concept improves if it is "rediscovered" with active participation on the part of the learner. Students work in small groups. The instructor shows them.