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Improving students' understanding of quantum mechanics by using peer instruction tools 

written by Chandralekha Singh and Guangtian Zhu

Quantum mechanics is a challenging subject, even for advanced undergraduate and graduate students. Here, we discuss the development and evaluation of research-based concept tests for peer instruction as a formative assessment tool in quantum mechanics (QM) courses. The preliminary evaluations show that these tools are effective in helping students develop a good grasp of quantum mechanics.

Published February 6, 2012
Last Modified April 24, 2012

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