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Physics Education

May 2015 Volume 50, Number 3

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Number of articles: 2

  1. Scratch as a Computational Modelling Tool for Teaching Physics

    Victor Lopez & Maria Isabel Hernandez

    The Scratch online authoring tool, which features a simple programming language that has been adapted to primary and secondary students, is being used more and more in schools as it offers students... More

    pp. 310-316

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  2. Special Relativity in the School Laboratory: A Simple Apparatus for Cosmic-Ray Muon Detection

    P Singh & H Hedgeland

    We use apparatus based on two Geiger-Müller tubes, a simple electronic circuit and a Raspberry Pi computer to illustrate relativistic time dilation affecting cosmic-ray muons travelling through the... More

    pp. 317-323

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