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Physics didactics in Salzburg

The website “Physikdidaktik-Salzburg” is an information site for students, pupils and teachers. It contains publications, projects, useful teaching materials and further links in the fields of physics and physics in schools. Responsible is Assoz. Prof. Dr. Alexander Strahl, the head of the AG Didaktik der Physik.

Published here is the journal Delta Phi, which with its diverse, current content from physics and physics didactics is aimed at a broad audience interested in physics and especially at (prospective) teachers.In the subcategory  Delta Phi B mainly contributions of students to didactical research as well as to teaching methods are published. In  Delta Phi C , contributions on freehand experiments and physics shows are published. Here you can find the student project  “Freihandkoffer Physik”. It is a collection of instructions and materials for various freehand experiments from all areas of physics, practically packed in a suitcase. Four different versions have been developed and compiled by students of the University of Salzburg over the last years. The finished scripts are made available online here, so that readers can recreate their own freehand cases.


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Physics teaching materials for students and teachers

The internet portal milq is aimed at all those who teach quantum physics at school and/or would like to deal with it in more detail. Here you will find conceptual background knowledge adapted to the classroom as well as teaching concepts and materials.

Delta Phi offers useful links and further content on the topics of physics and physics in school, such as “Experimenting”, “Online Experiments”, “Physics on the Internet”, “Teaching Media”, “Journals”, “Textbook Publishers”, … The freehand case published in Delta Phi C contains a wide selection of freehand physics experiments that can be replicated at home and at school with the simplest materials.

Associations of Austrian physicists and physics didacticians

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