written by Edward F. Redish, Richard N. Steinberg, and Michael C. Wittmann
The materials on this web site are a set of resources for instructors of introductory quantum mechanics and modern physics. An emphasis is placed upon concepts and applications. Material includes tutorials, suggested software, homework, and exam questions. Information on understanding how students learn the physics and materials for use in the classroom are included. This material is not meant as a stand-alone curriculum. The material is available on CD.
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A New Model Course in Applied Quantum Physics:
Contains Understanding How Students Learn
This website contains the major part of the body of research upon which the model course is based.relation by Bruce Mason
Contains A New Model Course in Applied Quantum Physics: Examination Questions
These examination questions were designed to be a part of the model course.relation by Bruce Mason
Contains Quantum Mechanics Tutorials
These tutorial activities were designed as a part of the model course.relation by Bruce Mason
Contains Essay Assignment System
The model course includes regularly assigned essays. This page contains essay examples as well as suggestions for use.relation by Bruce Mason
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