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Teaching and learning physics has been perceived by many as a difficult task largely due to the abstractness of most concepts and inadequate resources required to carry out experiments practically. This has occasioned students' low motivation towards learning physics that has consequently resulted in poor academic achievement. This is despite the subject being a key factor in the technological development of any society. To reverse this trend, there is a need for physics educators to think of ways for enhancing physics teaching and learning. This book explores and gives researched evidence on…mehr

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Teaching and learning physics has been perceived by many as a difficult task largely due to the abstractness of most concepts and inadequate resources required to carry out experiments practically. This has occasioned students' low motivation towards learning physics that has consequently resulted in poor academic achievement. This is despite the subject being a key factor in the technological development of any society. To reverse this trend, there is a need for physics educators to think of ways for enhancing physics teaching and learning. This book explores and gives researched evidence on how interactive multimedia simulations can ease the instruction process and improve students' achievement and motivation to learn physics.
Autorenporträt
Il Dr. David Ngatia è un esperto educatore di fisica ed ex insegnante di fisica al liceo. Attualmente è docente di educazione fisica presso la Scuola di Educazione dell'Università di Kabianga, in Kenya. Ha conseguito un B.Ed. (Scienze), M.Ed. (Educazione scientifica) e PhD (Educazione scientifica) dell'Università Egerton, Kenya.