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INFORMATICS IN EDUCATION

ISSN 1648-5831

© Vilnius University Institute of Mathematics and Informatics

2014, Vol. 13, No. 1
pp. 51-71

Interactive Methods of Teaching Physics
at Technical Universities

Ľuboš KRIŠŤÁK1, Miroslav NĚMEC1, Zuzana DANIHELOVÁ2

1 Department of Physics, Electrical Engineering and Applied Mechanics
Faculty of Wood Sciences and Technology, Technical University in Zvolen, Slovakia

2 Institute of Foreign Languages, Technical University in Zvolen, Slovakia

Abstract

The paper presents results of "non-traditional" teaching of the basic course of Physics in the first year of study at the Technical University in Zvolen, specifically teaching via interactive method enriched with problem tasks and experiments. This paper presents also research results of the use of the given method in conditions of Slovak universities and its comparison with traditional methods.

Keywords:

technical university, physics, interactive teaching process, problem tasks, experiments, FCI.


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