Heidelberg 2022 – wissenschaftliches Programm

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DD: Fachverband Didaktik der Physik

DD 36: Postersession 2: Praktika und neue Praktikumsversuche

DD 36.1: Poster

Dienstag, 22. März 2022, 17:00–18:00, P

DigiPhysLab: Digital Physics Laboratory Work for Distance Learning — •Simon Z. Lahme1, Pekka Pirinen2, Bruno Tomrlin3, Antti Lehtinen2, Ana Sušac3, Andreas Müller4, and Pascal Klein11U Göttingen, Germany — 2U Jyväskylä, Finland — 3U Zagreb, Croatia — 4U Geneva, Switzerland

Integral part of studying physics are lab courses in which students learn how to link theory with practice, acquiring experimental and problem-solving competencies. Extensive research has shown that these learning goals are difficult to achieve, with multiple causes: (i) instructional (cf. cookbook-styled instructions), (ii) learner-related (e.g. low motivation) and (iii) content-related (i.e. inherent difficulties by e.g. multiple representations). Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the challenges of effective lab courses increased as those needed to be implemented in distance rapidly. Thus, the EU-project DigiPhysLab pursues the development of physics lab tasks suitable for distance learning and tackles the general challenges by a competence-centred didactic concept. Based on a literature review, a framework for designing digital lab tasks is created. Building on it, 15 experiments on several topics of basic physics lectures are developed and evaluated. They enable engaging and authentic lab work both in distance and on-campus learning settings. For that, the wide availability of modern digital media is used as these technologies allow everyday data collection (e.g. with smart- phone sensors) or immersive simulation of real experiments (e.g. with virtual reality). On the poster, we present the project conceptualiza- tion and current findings regarding the framework and experiments.

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