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Physics Education

1997 Volume 32, Number 5

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Number of articles: 2

  1. Production of a Multimedia CAL Package in Basic Physics

    J R. Gregory & M F. Stewart

    Discusses the benefits of using multimedia Computer Assisted Learning (CAL) as an alternative teaching method. CAL packages may provide more flexibility in course design, encourage student-centered... More

    pp. 332-39

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  2. National Physics Syllabi of Secondary Schools in China

    Guangzhou Li

    Describes the evolution of the seven major physics syllabi used in all secondary schools in China and analyzes the shifts of these syllabi in terms of objectives, content, instructional hours and... More

    pp. 361-65

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