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Discussion on Physics Curricula HST 2002. Generalities about some different Physics Syllabus (HST) Contemporary Physics (Particle Physics) in different countries The case of each country represented at HST02 General Discussion Conclusions. Generalities.

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Discussion on physics curricula hst 2002

Discussion on Physics CurriculaHST 2002

  • Generalities about some different Physics Syllabus (HST)

  • Contemporary Physics (Particle Physics) in different countries

  • The case of each country represented at HST02

  • General Discussion

  • Conclusions


Generalities

Generalities

  • Big differences from one country to another and even in the same country (local syllabus)

  • Different approaches in Teaching Physics: classical, related to the daily life and applications of Physics

  • IT as a resource in a lot of countries

  • Nuclear Physics, Quantum Mechanics, Special Relativity, (General Relativity in Slovak and USA) Cosmology and Particle Physics at different levels (more or less Maths, more or less experimental work)


Portugal

Portugal

  • Classical Mechanics

  • A little of Quantum Mechanics at the Chemistry Syllabus

  • No Modern or Contemporary Physics in the present syllabus

  • http://teachers.web.cern.ch/teachers/archiv/HST2001/syllabus/syllabus.htm#Portugal.


Spain

Spain

  • Topics on Modern Physics: Nuclear Physics at 17, Particle Physics, Special Relativity and Quantum Mechanics before University

  • http://teachers.web.cern.ch/teachers/archiv/HST2001/syllabus/HST2001Spain.ppt


France

France

  • Classical Mechanics, including oscillators and differential equations to solve, the same in electrical oscillators and with approximations molecular or atomic oscillators.

  • Spectroscopy and quanta of energy, therefore E = h n

  • Recommended experiences of modern physics in French high schools:

  • http://www.eduscol.education.fr/D0017/II_D_ouverture_quantique_meca_de_Newton.doc

  • http://www.ac-reims.fr/datice/sc_physiques/sites/adress.htm


Italy

Italy

  • Some Modern Physics, including Particle Physics, but, most the time never reached

http://teachers.web.cern.ch/teachers/archiv/HST2001/syllabus/syllabus.htm#Italy.


Greece

Greece

  • Some Particle Physics and Nuclear Physics (15-18)

  • http://teachers.web.cern.ch/teachers/archiv/HST2001/syllabus/syllabus.htm#Greece


Bulgaria

Bulgaria

  • All the topics of Modern Physics at the last year (18)

  • http://teachers.web.cern.ch/teachers/archiv/HST2001/syllabus/bulgari.ppt


Hungary

Hungary

  • Quantum Mechanics and Nuclear Physics but nothing about

  • Relativity or Particle Physics

  • http://www.om.hu/


Romania

Romania

  • Modern Physics with some Mathematical development


Slovak republic

Slovak Republic

  • Modern Physics, but not Particle Physics

  • http://teachers.web.cern.ch/teachers/archiv/HST2001/syllabus/syllabus.htm#Slovakia


Czech republic

Czech Republic

  • Modern and Particle Physics at 18 for all Physics Students

  • http://teachers.web.cern.ch/teachers/archiv/HST2001/syllabus/czech.htm


Poland

Poland

  • Contemporary Physics including Particle Physics and Cosmology

  • http://teachers.web.cern.ch/teachers/archiv/HST2001/syllabus/syllabus.htm#Poland1


Germany

Germany

  • It’s possible to teach all kinds of modern Physics, even in special courses.

  • But it’s also possible to teach a very small version of Physics.

  • Syllabus contains too many very different possibilities.

  • http://teachers.web.cern.ch/teachers/archiv/HST2001/syllabus/syllabus.htm#Germany


Austria

Austria

  • All Physics students learn Particle Physics, Quantum Mechanics, Nuclear Physics and Cosmology and do some experimental work from 17 to 19

  • http://www.bmuk.gv.at/eu/epages/index.htm


Netherlands

Netherlands

  • Students learn Quantum Mechanics and Nuclear Physics

  • No Particle Physics or Relativity

  • Lots of experimental work

  • http://teachers.web.cern.ch/teachers/archiv/HST2001/syllabus/nedprog.htm


Belgium

Belgium

  • A little bit of Special Relativity, Quantum Mechanics and Nuclear Physics

  • http://www.argo.be/

  • http://www.vsko.be/


Discussion on physics curricula hst 2002

UK

  • Particle Physics at Secondary School since the 1990’s!

  • Advancing Physics

  • Salters

  • http://post16.iop.org/advphys/


Ireland

Ireland

  • Particle Physics and Nuclear Physics are optional from 16 – 18

  • Experimental work and applications of Contemporary Physics

  • http://teachers.web.cern.ch/teachers/archiv/HST2001/syllabus/syllabus.htm#Ireland


Norway

Norway

  • All topics of Contemporary Physics at 18 with experimental work

  • http://skolenettet.nls.no/


Sweden

Sweden

  • A little of Particle Physics, Quantum Mechanics and Relativity but a lot of Nuclear Physics (16-17 and 19-20)

  • Experimental work as often as possible

  • http://www3.skolverket.se/ki/eng/comp.pdf


Finland

Finland

  • All the topics of Modern and Contemporary Physics (18-19)

  • Cloud Chamber experiment

  • Medical Applications


Russia

Russia


Discussion on physics curricula hst 2002

USA

  • Different Syllabus from State to State

  • http://teachers.web.cern.ch/teachers/archiv/HST2001/syllabus/syllabus.htm#US


Discussion points

Discussion Points


Conclusions

Conclusions


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