Multiple Representations in Physics Education

Multiple Representations in Physics Education

Fischer, Hans E; Treagust, David F.

Springer International Publishing AG






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This volume is important because despite various external representations, such as analogies, metaphors, and visualizations being commonly used by physics teachers, educators and researchers, the notion of using the pedagogical functions of multiple representations to support teaching and learning is still a gap in physics education.
Chapter 1 Multiple Representations in Physics And Science Education - Why Should we Use Them? Maria Opfermann, Annett Schmeck and Hans E. Fischer.- Section A. Multiple Representations: Focus on Models and Analogies, Reinders Duit.- Chapter 2 Teaching and Learning Representations in Upper Secondary Physics, Per Morten Kind, Carl Angell, Oystein Guttersrud.- Chapter 3 Integrating Computational Artifacts into the Multi-Representational Toolkit of Physics Education, Brian E. Gravel, Michelle H. Wilkerson.- Chapter 4 Evaluating Multiple Analogical Representations from Students' Perceptions, Jing-Wen Lin, Mei-Hung Chiu.- Section B Multiple Representations: Focus on Multiple Modes, Hans Fischer.- Chapter 5 Social Semiotics in University Physics Education, John Airey, Cedric Linder.- Chapter 6 Learning Optics with Multiple Representations: Not as Simple as Expected, Yen-Ruey Kuo, Mihye Won, Marjan Zadnik, Salim Siddiqui, David Treagust.- Chapter 7 Enacting a Representation Construction Approach to Teaching And Learning Astronomy, Peter Hubber, Russell Tytler.- Chapter 8 Learning about Forces using Representations, Pasi Nieminen, Antti Savinainen, Jouni Viiri.- Chapter 9 The Conceptual elements of Multiple Representations: A Study of Textbooks' Representations of Electric Current, Chee Leong Wong, Hye-Eun Chu.- Section 3: Multiple Representations: Focus on Reasoning and Representational Competence, David Treagust.- Chapter 10 Representational Competence, Understanding of Experiments, Phenomena and Basic Concepts in Geometrical Optics: A Representational Approach, Andreas Muller, Rosa Hettmannsperger, Jochen Scheid, Wolfgang Schnotz.- Chapter 11 Understanding and Promoting Effective Use of Representations in Physics Learning, Pat Kohl, Noah Finkelstein.- Chapter 12 The Role of Representations in Students' Explanations of Four Phenomena in Physics : Dynamics, thermal physics and electromagnetic induction and superposition, Jennifer Yeo, John K. Gilbert.- Chapter 13 Cross Referencing to Co-Construct Knowledge about Global Heat Transfer in an Online Learning Environment: Learning with Multiple Visualizations, Florence R. Sullivan, W. Richards Adrion, Dave Hart, Christopher N. Hill, K.C. Nat Turner, Jeff Xavier, Youngkwan Cha, Sangchil Lee, Bradford Wheeler.- Index.
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