Meetings/Workshops on Didactics of Scientific Disciplines in Slovakia
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PTEE 2017 — Physics Teaching in Engineering Education
18 May 2017 - 19 May 2017
PTEE 2017 conference will focus on all aspects of physics teaching in engineering education. It will provide a broad exchange forum of ideas and experiences of physics teachers. PTEE conferences are organized by the Working Group on Physics of Société Européenne pour la Formation des Ingénieurs (SEFI) in cyclic periods. PTEE 2017 will be organized by University of Zilina in Zilina, Slovakia. All physicists concerned with physics teaching in engineering education are invited to contribute to the PTEE conference with their latest achievements and experiences. A broad variety of topics will cover the most up-to-the-date problems such as activating students, hands-on teaching, simulation and modelling in physics, virtual and real labs, project-based learning, multi-disciplinary approach, physics education research, interface with industry and more.
Prof. P. Hockicko, University of Zilina, Slovakia; Email: email@example.com
physics teaching experience, activating students, hands-on teaching, simulation and modelling in physics, virtual and real labs, project-based learning, engineering education
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Last updated: 26 June 2015