Overview

Indicates a research-demonstrated benefit

Overview

Supplementary activities for upper-level QM I. All materials are modular and can be mixed and matched with any other teaching strategy or materials.

Type of Method Full curriculum, Curriculum supplement, Tutorials
Level Designed for: Upper-level UndergraduateReferences coming soon
Can be adapted for: Intermediate, Graduate School
Setting Designed for: Lecture - Large (30+ students)References coming soon, Lecture - Small (<30 students)References coming soon, Recitation/Discussion Session, Homework
Can be adapted for: Out-of-class tutorials
Coverage Many topics with less depth, Traditional upper-division Quantum I coverage (e.g. first half of Griffiths text)
Topics Modern / Quantum
Instructor Effort Medium
Resource Needs TAs / LAs, Clickers / polling method, Projector
Skills Designed for: Conceptual understandingReferences coming soon, Problem-solving skills, Using multiple representations
Can be adapted for: Making real-world connections, Metacognition
Research Validation Based on research into: theories of how students learnReferences coming soon
Studied using: student interviewsReferences coming soon, classroom observationsReferences coming soon
Compatible Methods Peer Instruction, PhET, JiTT, CGPS, Physlets, SCALE-UP, OSP, LA Program, CAE TPS, TEFA, CU Modern, QuILTs, Paradigms, PI QM, Tutorials, Clickers
Similar Methods CU Modern, CU E&M, QuILTs, Paradigms, PI QM
Developer(s) Steven Pollock, Stephen Goldhaber, and many others in the CU PER group and the CU Physics department
Website http://www.colorado.edu/sei/departments/physics_3220.htm