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Physics Teaching Diploma Information
Detailed information on the programme at: Link
Educational Science
Course offerings in the category Educational Science are listed under "Programme: Educational Science for Teaching Diploma and TC".
NumberTitleTypeECTSHoursLecturers
851-0242-06LCognitively Activating Instructions in MINT Subjects Restricted registration - show details
Enrolment only possible with matriculation in Teaching Diploma or Teaching Certificate (excluding Teaching Diploma Sport).

This course unit can only be enrolled after successful participation in, or during enrollment in the course "Human Learning (EW 1)".
W2 credits2SR. Schumacher
AbstractThis seminar focuses on teaching units in chemistry, physics and mathematics that have been developed at the MINT Learning Center of the ETH Zurich. In the first meeting, the mission of the MINT Learning Center will be communicated. Furthermore, in groups of two, the students will intensively work on, refine and optimize a teaching unit following a goal set in advance.
Objective- Get to know cognitively activating instructions in MINT subjects
- Get information about recent literature on learning and instruction
Prerequisites / NoticeFür eine reibungslose Semesterplanung wird um frühe Anmeldung und persönliches Erscheinen zum ersten Lehrveranstaltungstermin ersucht.
851-0242-07LHuman Intelligence Restricted registration - show details
Enrolment only possible with matriculation in Teaching Diploma or Teaching Certificate (excluding Teaching Diploma Sport).
Number of participants limited to 30.
This course unit can only be enrolled after successful participation in, or during enrollment in the course "Human Learning (EW 1)".
W1 credit1SE. Stern
AbstractThe focus will be on the book "Intelligenz: Grosse Unterschiede und ihre Folgen" by Stern and Neubauer. Participation at the first meeting is obligatory. It is required that all participants read the complete book. Furthermore, in two meetings of 90 minutes, concept papers developed in small groups (5 - 10 students) will be discussed.
Objective- Understanding of research methods used in the empirical human sciences
- Getting to know intelligence tests
- Understanding findings relevant for education
851-0242-08LResearch Methods in Educational Science Restricted registration - show details
Number of participants limited to 30
This course unit can only be enrolled after successful participation in, or during enrollment in the course "Human Learning (EW 1)".
W1 credit1SP. Edelsbrunner, M. Berkowitz Biran, Z. Lue, C. M. Thurn
AbstractLiterature from the learning sciences is critically discussed with a focus on research methods.
At the first meeting, working groups will be assembled and meetings with those will be set up.
In the small groups students will write critical essays about the read literature. At the third meeting, we will discuss the essays and develop research questions in group work.
Objective- Understand research methods used in the empirical educational sciences
- Understand and critically examine information from scientific journals and media
- Understand pedagogically relevant findings from the empirical educational sciences
851-0242-09LStudent Research Projects: Practical Research on Learning and Instruction Restricted registration - show details
Number of participants limited to 20.

The sucessful completion of both course no. 851-0240-00L "Menschliches Lernen (EW 1)" and course no. 851-0238-01L "Unterstützung und Diagnose von Wissenserwerbsprozessen (EW 3)" is a necessary prerequisite for this course.
W2 credits2SA. Deiglmayr, P. Edelsbrunner, U. Markwalder, S. Peteranderl, E. Stern
AbstractIn teams of two, participants in this seminar conduct their own research project. Each team is advised by one of the researchers serving as lecturers in this course. Basic conceptual and methodological issues are the topic of a series of plenary meetings; however, the major part of the work is done in small-group meetings with the advising researcher, and in self-directed research projects.
ObjectiveThe course is targeted at advanced students who have taken an interest in gathering practical research experience in the field of Learning & Instruction. In teams of two, students conduct their own research projects (planning, conducting, analyzing, interpreting, and presenting research); thus, the course requires a high amount of self-directed working. Students are personally advised, and supported in their research project, by one of the researchers serving as lecturers in this course. During the first half the semester, relevant methodological knowledge and skills are practiced during plenary meetings and in students` independent reading (e.g. generating and testing research questions, designing experiments, and analyzing data in the field of Learning and Instruction)

Learning goals include:
- Participants can illustrate and explain basic methods and concepts for research in the fields of Learning and Instruction, e.g. with the help of practical examples.
- Participants can generate testable research questions for a topic relevant in the fields of Learning and Instruction.
- Participants can design and conduct a study that is relevant for answering their research question.
- Participants can summarize and evaluate the main results from a study in the field of learning and Instruction, with regard to the research question being asked.
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Subject Didactics in Physics
Important: You can only enrol in the courses of this category if you have not more than 12 CP left for possible additional requirements.
NumberTitleTypeECTSHoursLecturers
402-0910-00LPhysics Didactics I: Special Didactics of Physics Teaching Restricted registration - show details
Limited number of participants.
Further information is available from the lecturer via email: Link

Simultaneous enrolment in Introductory Internship Physics - course 402-0920-00L - is compulsory for Teaching Diploma Physic

Information for UZH students:
Enrolment to this course unit only possible at ETH. No enrolment to module 090Phy1 at UZH.
Please mind the ETH enrolment deadlines for UZH students: Link
O4 credits3GM. Mohr
AbstractFachdidaktische Grundlagen des Unterrichtens im Fach Physik auf der Basis von empirischer Lehr-Lernforschung und Best practice: Unterrichtsplanung, Lektionsgestaltung, Unterrichtsmethoden, Medieneinsatz, Experimente, Leistungsbeurteilung, Unterrichtsevaluation.
ObjectiveDie Studierenden verfügen über fachdidaktisches Grundwissen für den Physikunterricht an einer Mittelschule. Sie können eigene Lektionen unter Berücksichtigung der vielfältigen Rahmenbedingungen planen, durchführen und evaluieren. Sie reflektieren ihren Unterricht und sind bestrebt, ihn didaktisch und pädagogisch weiter zu entwickeln.
Die Studierenden kennen die Einsatzmöglichkeiten, Chancen und Schwierigkeiten verschiedener Unterrichtsmethoden und Hilfsmittel. Sie können die Eignung von Unterrichtsformen im Hinblick auf eine Lernsituation beurteilen. Sie bemühen sich in ihrem Unterricht, geeignete Methoden und Medien angepasst an die Klasse und das Thema einzusetzen.
Die Studierenden sind mit Grundlagen des Experimentierens im Physikunterricht vertraut. Sie kennen zahlreiche Experimente zu verschiedenen physikalischen Themen und sind darauf sensibilisiert, Demonstrations- und Schülerexperimente im Unterricht zielgerichtet einzusetzen.
ContentThematische Schwerpunkte
Lektionsplanung und –durchführung: Lehrplan, Stundentafel, Zeitbudget, Artikulationsschema, Berücksichtigung von Vorwissen, Übungs- und Hausaufgaben, Prüfungen und Noten, Verständlichkeit von Lehrtexten, Weiterbildung, Unterrichtsevaluation
Fachspezifisches: Sachstrukturen der gängigen Unterrichtsthemen, Alltagsbezüge, Fehlvorstellungen, Demonstrations- und Schülerexperimente, Arbeitsmittel zu physikalischen Themen des Grundlagen- und Schwerpunktunterrichts
Einsatz verschiedener Unterrichtsmaterialien: Experimente, Computer, Taschenrechner, Video, Simulation
Unterrichtsformen: Lernaufgabe, Werkstatt, Puzzle, Projekt, Gruppenarbeit, Praktikum
Lernformen
Interaktive Lehr-Lernveranstaltung mit Vorträgen und Demonstrationen des Dozenten, studentischer Einzel- und Kleingruppenarbeit, kurzen Präsentationen der Studierenden, Vertiefung der Inhalte durch Bearbeitung von Aufträgen ausserhalb der Kontaktstunden
Lecture notesFolien und weitere Unterlagen werden zur Verfügung gestellt
Literaturewird während der Veranstaltung mitgeteilt
Prerequisites / NoticeDie Veranstaltung ist zusammen mit dem Einführungspraktikum zu belegen
402-0917-00LMentored Work Subject Didactics Physics A Information Restricted registration - show details
Mentored Work Subject Didactics in Physics for TC and Teaching Diploma.
O2 credits4AG. Schiltz, A. Vaterlaus
AbstractIn their mentored work on subject didactics, students put into practice the contents of the subject-didactics lectures and go into these in greater depth. Under supervision, they compile tuition materials that are conducive to learning and/or analyse and reflect on certain topics from a subject-based and pedagogical angle.
ObjectiveThe objective is for the students:
- to be able to familiarise themselves with a tuition topic by consulting different sources, acquiring materials and reflecting on the relevance of the topic and the access they have selected to this topic from a specialist, subject-didactics and pedagogical angle and potentially from a social angle too.
- to show that they can independently compile a tuition sequence that is conducive to learning and develop this to the point where it is ready for use.
ContentThematic Focus
The topics of the mentored work are mostly chosen from the high school curriculum.

Methods
With the help of the mentor the students individually work on a topic and write a thesis about it.
402-0918-00LMentored Work Subject Didactics Physics B Information Restricted registration - show details
Mentored Work Subject Didactics in Physics for TC and Teaching Diploma.
O2 credits4AG. Schiltz, A. Vaterlaus
AbstractIn their mentored work on subject didactics, students put into practice the contents of the subject-didactics lectures and go into these in greater depth. Under supervision, they compile tuition materials that are conducive to learning and/or analyse and reflect on certain topics from a subject-based and pedagogical angle.
ObjectiveThe objective is for the students:
- to be able to familiarise themselves with a tuition topic by consulting different sources, acquiring materials and reflecting on the relevance of the topic and the access they have selected to this topic from a specialist, subject-didactics and pedagogical angle and potentially from a social angle too.
- to show that they can independently compile a tuition sequence that is conducive to learning and develop this to the point where it is ready for use.
ContentFocus of conten
The topics of the mentored work are mostly chosen from the high school curriculum.

Methods
With the help of the mentor the students individually work on a topic and write a thesis about it.
Professional Training in Physics
NumberTitleTypeECTSHoursLecturers
402-0920-00LIntroductory Internship Physics Restricted registration - show details
Simultaneous enrolment in Physics Didactics: Special Didactics of Physics Teaching - course 402-0910-00L - is compulsory.
O3 credits6PM. Mohr
AbstractDuring the introductory teaching practice, the students sit in on five lessons given by the teacher responsible for their teaching practice, and teach five lessons themselves. The students are given observation and reflection assignments by the teacher responsible for their teaching practice.
ObjectiveRight at the start of their training, students acquire initial experience with the observation of teaching, the establishment of concepts for teaching and the implementation of teaching. This early confrontation with the complexity of everything that teaching involves helps students decide whether they wish to and, indeed, ought to, continue with the training. It forms a basis for the subsequent pedagogical and subject-didactics training.
ContentDen Studierenden bietet das Einführungspraktikum einen Einblick in den Berufsalltag einer Lehrperson.
Die Praktikumslehrperson legt Beobachtungs- und Reflexionsaufträge und die Themen der zu erteilenden Lektionen fest. Die schriftlich dokumentierten Ergebnisse der Arbeitsaufträge sind Bestandteil des Portfolios des/der Studierenden. Anlässlich der Hospitationen erläutert die Praktikumslehrperson ihre fachlichen, fachdidaktischen und pädagogischen Überlegungen, auf deren Basis sie den Unterricht geplant hat und tauscht sich mit der/dem Studierenden aus. Zu den Lektionen, die der/die Studierende selber hält, führt die Praktikumslehrperson Vor- und Nachbesprechungen durch.
LiteratureWird von der Praktikumslehrperson bestimmt.
402-0911-00LTeaching Internship Physics Restricted registration - show details O8 credits17PM. Mohr
AbstractThe teaching practice takes in 50 lessons: 30 are taught by the students, and the students sit in on 20 lessons. The teaching practice lasts 4-6 weeks. It gives students the opportunity to implement the contents of their specialist-subject, educational science and subject-didactics training in the classroom. Students also conduct work assignments in parallel to their teaching practice.
Objective- Students use their specialist-subject, educational-science and subject-didactics training to draw up concepts for teaching.
- They are able to assess the significance of tuition topics in their subject from different angles (including interdisciplinary angles) and impart these to their pupils.
- They acquire the skills of the teaching trade.
- They practise finding the balance between instruction and openness so that pupils can and, indeed, must make their own cognitive contribution.
- They learn to assess pupils' work.
- Together with the teacher in charge of their teacher training, the students constantly evaluate their own performance.
ContentDie Studierenden sammeln Erfahrungen in der Unterrichtsführung, der Auseinandersetzung mit Lernenden, der Klassenbetreuung und der Leistungsbeurteilung. Zu Beginn des Praktikums plant die Praktikumslehrperson gemeinsam mit dem/der Studierenden das Praktikum und die Arbeitsaufträge. Die schriftlich dokumentierten Ergebnisse der Arbeitsaufträge sind Bestandteil des Portfolios der Studierenden. Anlässlich der Hospitationen erläutert die Praktikumslehrperson ihre fachlichen, fachdidaktischen und pädagogischen Überlegungen, auf deren Basis sie den Unterricht geplant hat und tauscht sich mit dem/der Studierenden aus. Die von dem/der Studierenden gehaltenen Lektionen werden vor- und nachbesprochen. Die Praktikumslehrperson sorgt ausserdem dafür, dass der/die Studierende Einblick in den schulischen Alltag erhält und die vielfältigen Verpflichtungen einer Lehrperson kennen lernt.
LiteratureWird von der Praktikumslehrperson bestimmt.
Prerequisites / NoticeFindet in der Regel am Schluss der Ausbildung, vor Ablegung der Prüfungslektionen statt.
402-0913-00LTeaching Internship Physics II Restricted registration - show details
Teaching Internship for students upgrading TC to Teaching Diploma.
W4 credits9PM. Mohr
AbstractThis is a supplement to the Teaching Internship required to obtain a Master of Advanced Studies in Secondary and Higher Education in the corresponding subject. It is aimed at enlarging the already acquired teaching experience. Students observe 10 lessons and teach 15 lessons independently.
ObjectiveDie Studierenden können die Bedeutung von Unterrichtsthemen in ihrem Fach unter verschiedenen Blickwinkeln einschätzen. Sie kennen und beherrschen das unterrichtliche Handwerk. Sie können ein gegebenes Unterrichtsthema für eine Gruppe von Lernenden fachlich und didaktisch korrekt strukturieren und in eine adäquate Lernumgebung umsetzen. Es gelingt ihnen, die Balance zwischen Anleitung und Offenheit zu finden, sodass die Lernenden sowohl über den nötigen Freiraum wie über ausreichend Orientierung verfügen, um aktiv und effektiv flexibel nutzbares (Fach-)Wissen zu erwerben.
ContentDas Aufbaupraktikum richtet sich an Studierende, die bereits das Didaktik-Zertifikat in ihrem Fach erworben haben und nun eine Aufbauausbildung zum Master of Advanced Studies in Secondary and Higher Education absolvieren. In diesem zusätzlichen Praktikum sollen die Studierenden vertiefte unterrichtliche Erfahrungen machen. Auf der Grundlage der zusätzlich erworbenen Kenntnisse und mit Hilfe der ihnen jetzt zu Verfügung stehenden Instrumente analysieren sie verschiedene Aspekte des hospitierten Unterrichts. In dem von ihnen selbst gestalteten Unterricht nutzen sie beim Entwurf, bei der Durchführung und der Beurteilung ihrer Arbeit insbesondere die zusätzlich gewonnen Erkenntnisse aus der allgemeinen und fachdidaktischen Lehr- und Lernforschung.
402-0921-01LExamination Lesson I Physics Restricted registration - show details
Simultaneous enrolment in "Examination Lesson II Physics" (402-0921-02L) is compulsory.
O1 credit2PM. Mohr
AbstractIn the context of an examination lesson conducted and graded at a high school, the candidates provide evidence of the subject-matter-based and didactic skills they have acquired in the course of their training.
ObjectiveOn the basis of a specified topic, the candidate shows that they are in a position
- to develop and conduct teaching that is conducive to learning at high school level, substantiating it in terms of the subject-matter and from the didactic angle
- to analyze the tuition they have given with regard to its strengths and weaknesses, and outline improvements.
ContentDie Studierenden erfahren das Lektionsthema in der Regel eine Woche vor dem Prüfungstermin. Von der zuständigen Lehrperson erhalten sie Informationen über den Wissensstand der zu unterrichtenden Klasse und können sie vor dem Prüfungstermin besuchen.
Sie erstellen eine Vorbereitung gemäss Anleitung und reichen sie bis am Vortag um 12 Uhr den beiden Prüfungsexperten ein.
Die gehaltene Lektion wird kriteriumsbasiert beurteilt. Die Beurteilung umfasst auch die schriftliche Vorbereitung und eine mündliche Reflexion des Kandidaten/ der Kandidatin über die gehaltene Lektion im Rahmen eines kurzen Kolloquiums.
Lecture notesDokument: Schriftliche Vorbereitung für Prüfungslektionen.
Prerequisites / NoticeNach Abschluss der übrigen Ausbildung.
402-0921-02LExamination Lesson II Physics Restricted registration - show details
Simultaneous enrolment in "Examination Lesson I Physics" (402-0921-01L) is compulsory.
O1 credit2PM. Mohr
AbstractIn the context of an examination lesson conducted and graded at a high school, the candidates provide evidence of the subject-matter-based and didactic skills they have acquired in the course of their training.
ObjectiveOn the basis of a specified topic, the candidate shows that they are in a position
- to develop and conduct teaching that is conducive to learning at high school level, substantiating it in terms of the subject-matter and from the didactic angle
- to analyze the tuition they have given with regard to its strengths and weaknesses, and outline improvements.
ContentDie Studierenden erfahren das Lektionsthema in der Regel eine Woche vor dem Prüfungstermin. Von der zuständigen Lehrperson erhalten sie Informationen über den Wissensstand der zu unterrichtenden Klasse und können sie vor dem Prüfungstermin besuchen.
Sie erstellen eine Vorbereitung gemäss Anleitung und reichen sie bis am Vortag um 12 Uhr den beiden Prüfungsexperten ein.
Die gehaltene Lektion wird kriteriumsbasiert beurteilt. Die Beurteilung umfasst auch die schriftliche Vorbereitung und eine mündliche Reflexion des Kandidaten/ der Kandidatin über die gehaltene Lektion im Rahmen eines kurzen Kolloquiums.
Lecture notesDokument: Schriftliche Vorbereitung für Prüfungslektionen.
Prerequisites / NoticeNach Abschluss der übrigen Ausbildung.
Spec. Courses in Resp. Subj. w/ Educ. Focus & Further Subj. Didactics
Students who entered the teaching diploma in the spring semester 2014 or later have to pass the Internship in Physics Didactics. All other courses in this area can be chosen individually.

Students who entered the teaching diploma before the spring semester 2014 have to do either a Mentored Work or the Internship in Physics Didactics. Of course it is also possible to complete and count both units for the teaching diploma.

Core courses that counted towards the Bachelor or Master programme in physics or comprised additional admission requirements in subject didactics are not eligible for the teaching diploma.
NumberTitleTypeECTSHoursLecturers
402-0351-00LAstronomyW2 credits2VS. P. Quanz
AbstractAn overview on the important topics in modern astronomy: planets, sun, stars, milky way, galaxies, and cosmology
ObjectiveThis lecture gives a general introduction to main topics in modern astronomy. The lecture provide a basis for the more advanced lectures in astrophysics.
ContentPlaneten, Sonne, Sterne, Milchstrasse, Galaxien und Kosmologie.
Lecture notesKopien der Präsentationen werde zur Verfügung gestellt.
LiteratureAstronomie. Harry Nussbaumer, Hans Martin Schmid
vdf Vorlesungsskripte (8. Auflage)

Der Neue Kosmos. A. Unsöld, B. Baschek, Springer
402-0505-00LPhysics in the SmartphoneW6 credits3GB. Batlogg, M. Sigrist
AbstractPhysics in today's high-tech smartphone. Examples: network topology and scratch proof glass, spin-orbit coupling - brighter displays, GPS and general theory of relativity, electromagnetic response of matter (transparent metals for displays, GPS signal propagation), light-field cameras, CCD and CMOS light sensors, physics stops Moore's law, meta-materials for antennas, MEMS sensor physics, etc.
ObjectiveStudents recognize and appreciate the enormous impact "physics" has on today's high tech world. Abstract concepts, old and recent, encountered in the lectures are implemented and present all around us.

Students are actively involved in the preparation and presentation of the topics, and thus acquire valuable professional skills.
ContentWe explore how traditional and new physics concepts and achievements make their way into today's ubiquitous high-tech gadget : the smartphone.
Examples of topics include:
network topology and scratch proof Gorilla glass,
spin-orbit coupling makes for four times brighter displays,
no GPS without general theory of relativity,
electromagnetic response of matter (transparent metals for displays, GPS signal propagation in the atmosphere),
lightfield cameras replacing CCD and CMOS light sensors,
physical limitations to IC scaling: the end of "Moore's law",
meta-materials for antennas,
physics of the various MEMS sensors,
etc., etc.,
Lecture notesThe presentation material and original literature will be distributed weekly.
Prerequisites / NoticeBasic physics lectures and introduction to solid state physics are expected.

This is a "3 hour" course, with two hours set for <tba>, and the third one to be set at the beginning of the semester.

An introductory event is planed in the first week of the term on Wednesday, September 19th - 17:45 in the room HIT K51. In this meeting we will fix the time of the usual lecture and we will distribute the topics for the presentations during the term. The tutors will briefly present each topics.
402-0737-00LEnergy and Environment in the 21st Century (Part I)W6 credits2V + 1UM. Dittmar
AbstractThe energy and related environmental problems, the physics principles of using energy and the various real and hypothetical options are discussed from a physicist point of view. The lecture is intended for students of all ages with an interest in a rational approach to the energy problem of the 21st century.
ObjectiveScientists and espially physicists are often confronted with questions
related to the problems of energy and the environment.
The lecture tries to address the physical principles of todays and tomorrow
energy use and the resulting global consequences for the world climate.

The lecture is for students which are interested
participate in a rational and responsible debatte about the
energyproblem of the 21. century.
ContentIntroduction: energy types, energy carriers, energy density
and energy usage. How much energy does a human needs/uses?

Energy conservation and the first and second law of thermodynamics

Fossile fuels (our stored energy resources) and their use.

Burning fossile fuels and the physics of the greenhouse effect.

physics basics of nuclear fission and fusion energy

controlled nuclear fission energy today, the different types of
nuclear power plants, uranium requirements and resources,
natural and artificial radioactivity and the related waste problems
from the nuclear fuel cycle.

Nuclear reactor accidents and the consequences,
a comparison with risks from other energy using methods.

The problems with nuclear fusion and the ITER project.

Nuclear fusion and fission: ``exotic'' ideas.

Hydrogen as an energy carrier: ideas and limits of a
hydrogen economy.

new clean renewable energy sources and their physical limits
(wind, solar, geothermal etc)

Energy perspectives for the next 100 years and some
final remarks
Lecture notesmany more details (in english and german) here:

Link
LiteratureDie Energiefrage - Bedarf und Potentiale, Nutzung, Risiken und Kosten:
Klaus Heinloth, 2003, VIEWEG ISBN: 3528131063;

Environmental Physics: Boeker and Egbert New York Wiley 1999
Prerequisites / NoticeScience promised us truth, or at least a knowledge
of such relations as our intelligence can seize:
it never promised us peace or happiness
Gustave Le Bon

Physicists learned to realize that whether they like a theory or
they don't like a theory is not the essential question.
Rather, it's whether or not the theory gives predictions that agree with experiment.
Richard Feynman, 1985
402-0944-00LScience in School (Current Topics for the Classroom) Restricted registration - show details
Does not take place this semester.
Enrolment in Physics Didactics I (402-0910-00L) and Physics Didactics II (402-0910-00L) is mandatory.
W2 credits2GA. Vaterlaus
AbstractIn dieser Veranstaltung geht es um die Frage, wie man moderne Themen der Physik oder neue Forschungsergebnisse in den Unterricht am Gymnasium integrieren kann. Welche Gebiete interessieren die Schülerinnen und Schüler? Welche Unterrichtsmethoden eignen sich für die Umsetzung? Wie soll man das Gelernte überprüfen?
ObjectiveDie Studierenden können eigenständig Lernumgebungen zu
modernen Themen der Astrophysik, Biophysik, Quantenphysik und der Festkörperphysik gestalten, die sich im Unterricht am Gymnasium einsetzen lassen.
ContentAufbau und Struktur von Lernaufgaben
Durchführung von Partner- und Gruppenarbeiten
Aufbau und Durchführung von Projektarbeiten
Betreuung von Maturaarbeiten
Ausarbeitungen von Unterrichtssequenzen zu modernen Themen der Physik.
Lecture notesUnterlagen werden verteilt.
LiteratureWird angegeben.
Prerequisites / NoticeDer Besuch der FD1 sowie der FD2 in Physik wird vorausgesetzt. Zu den Themen der Vorlesung können mentorierte Arbeiten verfasst werden.
402-0922-00LMentored Work Specialised Courses in Physics with an Educational Focus A Information Restricted registration - show details
Mentored Work Specialised Courses in the Respective Subject with an Educational Focus in Physics for TC and Teaching Diploma.
W2 credits4AG. Schiltz, A. Vaterlaus
AbstractIn the mentored work on their subject specialisation, students link high-school and university aspects of the subject, thus strengthening their teaching competence with regard to curriculum decisions and the future development of the tuition. They compile texts under supervision that are directly comprehensible to the targeted readers - generally specialist-subject teachers at high-school level.
ObjectivePractice in the explanation of complex topics in physics as the core competence of the teaching profession

Improvement of the physics education by providing attractive recent topics with regard to future curricular decisions and the public view of physics
ContentChoice of topic by individual arrangement
402-0923-00LMentored Work Specialised Courses in Physics with an Educational Focus B Information Restricted registration - show details
Mentored Work Specialised Courses in the Respective Subject with an Educational Focus in Physics for Teaching Diploma and for students upgrading TC to Teaching Diploma.
W2 credits4AG. Schiltz, A. Vaterlaus
AbstractIn the mentored work on their subject specialisation, students link high-school and university aspects of the subject, thus strengthening their teaching competence with regard to curriculum decisions and the future development of the tuition. They compile texts under supervision that are directly comprehensible to the targeted readers - generally specialist-subject teachers at high-school level.
ObjectivePractice in the explanation of complex topics in physics as the core competence of the teaching profession

Improvement of the physics education by providing attractive recent topics with regard to future curricular decisions and the public view of physics
ContentChoice of topic by individual arrangement
402-0924-00LInternship Physics Didactics Restricted registration - show details
Internship Physics Didactics for Teaching Diploma with Physics as First Subject.
W4 credits9PM. Mohr, A. Vaterlaus
AbstractDuring the Internship Physics Didactics students teach 8 lessons in the classes of an internship teaching person. Students develop, test and analyze teaching arrangement under the guidance of a mentor (one of the lecturers).
ObjectiveBasic knowledge for the design of teaching arrangements is the topic of the Physics Didactics I and II courses. In the subsequent Internship Physics Didactics students combine the theoretical knowledge acquired in the didactics courses with practical aspects of teaching. During the internship students learn to transform their teaching goals into a real live class room setting considering subject specific, didactical and pedagogical aspects.
ContentDas Fachdidaktikpraktikum bietet den Studierenden eine Möglichkeit, Lernumgebungen wirksam zu gestalten und ihr methodisches Repertoire gezielt zu erweitern. In Absprache mit der Praktikumslehrperson und dem Mentor werden die Aufträge für die Gestaltung der Arrangements formuliert. Die schriftlichen Ausarbeitungen und die Reflexionen über die Lektionen sind Bestandteil des Portfolios, welches die Studierenden für diese Veranstaltung anlegen. Zu den Lektionen führt die Praktikumslehrperson Vor- und Nachbesprechungen durch.
Lecture notesWird vom Mentor bestimmt.
Prerequisites / NoticeDas Fachdidaktikpraktikum kann erst nach dem Besuch der FD1 und frühestens mit der FD2 durchgeführt werden (eine gleichzeitige Belegung von Fachdidaktik 2 und Fachdidaktikpraktikum ist möglich).
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