Teaching Electricity Between Pedagogy and Technology
Published: 1 January 2020
by IGI Global
Designing, Constructing, and Programming Robots for Learning pp 304-314; https://doi.org/10.4018/978-1-7998-1492-4.ch015
Abstract: Moroccan high school students find major difficulties in understanding the concepts related to electricity. The problem lies not only in the knowledge itself but also in the teaching practices. Even worse, in the Moroccan educational system, the lack of experimental activities and the low rate of integration of educational technologies hinder an effective teaching of these concepts. Indeed, the lack of these experimental activities is the main cause of the introduction of the erroneous conceptions. This lack can be remedied through simulation. The simulation is the one-off solution for the phenomena invisible to the human eye. In this chapter, the authors review the literature of the main pedagogical approaches used to facilitate the acquisition of phenomena of electricity and specially the historical investigation approach based on collaborative learning. Also, they highlight the added value of the combination of the investigation and simulation of phenomena of electricity.
Keywords: technologies / teaching / Moroccan / concepts / simulation / experimental activities / phenomena of electricity
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