Publication detail

TEACHING PHYSICS AS A SUPPORT SUBJECT FOR STUDENTS OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING AND COMMUNICATION

Karel Liedermann

Original Title

TEACHING PHYSICS AS A SUPPORT SUBJECT FOR STUDENTS OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING AND COMMUNICATION

English Title

TEACHING PHYSICS AS A SUPPORT SUBJECT FOR STUDENTS OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING AND COMMUNICATION

Type

abstract

Language

en

Original Abstract

The paper deals with physics teaching for students of electrical engineering and communication under two general constraints – shortening of the university studies for BSc degree and a massive implementation of information technologies in teaching. These changes present a number of serious challenges, to be mastered in the near future by staff and students alike. Within the framework of the paper presented, three topics will be dealt with. The first issue is the substantial reduction of the time assigned to physics with the amount of the material included in the course remaining almost the same as before. The second issue is the presentation of lectures in relation to the advance of information technologies and, in particular, the spread of internet. The third issue is the preparation of students for the exam, under the conditions of information technologies being available everywhere, and the associated impact on the structure of students’ knowledge and experience. Some possible approaches to tackle the arising problems are discussed.

English abstract

The paper deals with physics teaching for students of electrical engineering and communication under two general constraints – shortening of the university studies for BSc degree and a massive implementation of information technologies in teaching. These changes present a number of serious challenges, to be mastered in the near future by staff and students alike. Within the framework of the paper presented, three topics will be dealt with. The first issue is the substantial reduction of the time assigned to physics with the amount of the material included in the course remaining almost the same as before. The second issue is the presentation of lectures in relation to the advance of information technologies and, in particular, the spread of internet. The third issue is the preparation of students for the exam, under the conditions of information technologies being available everywhere, and the associated impact on the structure of students’ knowledge and experience. Some possible approaches to tackle the arising problems are discussed.

Keywords

výuka fyziky, redukce výuky, zavádění počítačové podpory, příprava na zkoušku

Released

01.07.2005

Publisher

European Physical Society

Location

Brno

ISBN

2-914771-28-2

Book

4th International Conference PTEE 2005

Edition

Europhysics Conference Abstracts, Volume 29G

Pages from

3-9

Pages count

1

URL

knihovna ÚFYZ FEKT VUT v Brně

BibTex


@misc{BUT60455,
  author="Karel {Liedermann}",
  title="TEACHING PHYSICS AS A SUPPORT SUBJECT FOR STUDENTS OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING AND COMMUNICATION",
  annote="The paper deals with physics teaching for students of electrical engineering and communication under two general constraints – shortening of the university studies for BSc degree and a massive implementation of information technologies in teaching. These changes present a number of serious challenges, to be mastered in the near future by staff and students alike. Within the framework of the paper presented, three topics will be dealt with. The first issue is the substantial reduction of the time assigned to physics with the amount of the material included in the course remaining almost the same as before. The second issue is the presentation of lectures in relation to the advance of information technologies and, in particular, the spread of internet. The third issue is the preparation of students for the exam, under the conditions of information technologies being available everywhere, and the associated impact on the structure of students’ knowledge and experience. Some possible approaches to tackle the arising problems are discussed.",
  address="European Physical Society",
  booktitle="4th International Conference PTEE 2005",
  chapter="60455",
  edition="Europhysics Conference Abstracts, Volume 29G",
  institution="European Physical Society",
  year="2005",
  month="july",
  pages="3-9",
  publisher="European Physical Society",
  type="abstract"
}