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  • Elementary laser optics? Yes!
    … diagram and write about discoveries in their individual Science Journals, or on special worksheets which I share … I purchased a classroom set of mirrors , an OSA classroom Optics Kit (Optics Kit 2) which has three concave and convex lenses, polarized filters, optical fibers, and sets of color filters: blue, red, green, cyan, magenta and yellow.
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    … comparison of related processes like pho- tosynthesis, respiration and burning (2) Building the periodic table (3) Summary of lattice structure: Nomenclature, structural diagram, example, symmetry, etc. (4) Image formation in a convex lens or a con- cave mirror (5) Properties of 3 … 1) A worksheet containing the same pictures can be given to the pupils first.
  • The International Handbook of Virtual Learning Environments
    … their static and dynamic, time-varying types (e.g., one can play out different successive states in such a diagram model of a set of conceptual relationships, as in moving an object progres- sively toward a concave mirror and depicting when the … These issues could potentially be resolved by the use of a DIVER worksheet that takes as inputs …
  • Assessing the impact of a tutorial intervention when teaching the ray model of light in introductory physics
    The tutorials have been developed iteratively by optimizing the worksheet and the homework tasks in order to … Students tend to think that the main role of a concave lens (or convex mirror ) is to invert an image rather than to form the image as such [1].
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    … CD-ROM’s ‘Document’ folder, and can be edited to match your own requirements to produce printed worksheets . 87January 2005 straight, curved and concave /convex lenses; diffraction around barriers; sin- gle-slit diffraction; diffraction by an object; two-slit and two-source interfer- ence; and Lloyd’s Mirror interference.
  • Amazing physics: learning about work, energy and projectile motion in a historical context
    … topics another assessment tool, such as a conceptual test in addition to a worksheet , should be constructed. [8] Colicchia G, Waltner C, Hopf M and Wiesner H 2009 The scallop’s eye—a concave mirror in the context of biology Phys.
  • Enhancement of Pre-Service Teachers’ Teaching Interventions with the Aid of Historical Examples
    … only a few of them are specific suggestions for materials to be incorporated into student worksheets provided. modulation of the light beam was done by a vibrating mirror : a thin mirror would alternate between concave and convex forms, thus focusing or dispersing the light from the light source.
  • Lessons learned from student outreach: introducing optics to fifth graders
    Design and conduct simple investigations to determine how the shape of a lens or mirror ( concave , convex, flat) affects the direction in which light rays travel. On the left, students making their spectroscopes and on the right, completing their worksheets of findings of …
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