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Java Simulation Design for Teaching & Learning Loo Kang Matthew Sze Yee

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Introduction Abstract Physics Topics Explore topics with simulation

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Open Source Physics With EJS Phenomenon based on Physics Concepts Multiple Representation in the form of data, scientific graphs and symbolic mathematical representations Customization with the use of EJS (Easy Java Simulation)

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Special Thanks to Easy Java Simulation (EJS) Open Source Physics NTNUJAVA Virtual Physics Laboratory

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Project Overview In line with student-centric education, the guided inquiry approach for this project allows students to conduct scientific investigation-inquiry on the computer models and propose/deduce physics concepts in agreement with the evidence/data collected in the computer models and real world. Guided Inquiry Student-Centric Connection to Real-World Reproduce from Loo Kang Sharing During ICTLT http://weelookang.blogspot.com/2012/03/edulabast-learning-journey-for-ictlt.html

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Participating Junior Colleges

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Research Focus The use of guided inquiry approach with customized computer models can improve students’ understanding of abstract Physics concepts.

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Research Questions What are the inquiry learning principles (eg. level of challenging tasks, level of teacher facilitation, types of questions to promote thinking) that can improve students’ understanding of abstract Physics concepts? What are the design features (eg. suitable user interface and design layout, abstract concepts programmed into the model, kinds of representations that support learning, assessment for learning features) of the computer models that address those specific abstract concepts in the respective lesson packages?

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Collective Case Study Case studies of 5 Junior Colleges using Simulations Study several cases to provide insight on an issue. “More compelling and over study is considered more robust (Yin, 2003 , p.46)[1] [1]Yin, R.K. (2003), Case Study Research (3rd ed.) Thousands Oaks, CA: Sage.

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Simulations For this project Collision Cart Ripple Tank Gravitational Field Superposition Wave Electromagnetic Induction

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Collision Carts Derived work based on F. Esquembre (Paco)’s Ejs Example Design features, world view , scientific view, game for learning, impact force during collision Reproduce from Loo Kang Sharing During ICTLT http://weelookang.blogspot.com/2012/03/edulabast-learning-journey-for-ictlt.html

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Ripple Tank Derived work based on A. Duffy’s OSP Model Design features displacement S1,S2 &P Intensity graph Phase difference Coherence Three Dimensional view Reproduce from Loo Kang Sharing During ICTLT http://weelookang.blogspot.com/2012/03/edulabast-learning-journey-for-ictlt.html

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Gravitational Force Derived work based on T. Timberlake OSP Model Contribute back OSP Added Uranus, Neptune, Pluto Reprogram all planets move Wikipedia Reproduce from Loo Kang Sharing During ICTLT http://weelookang.blogspot.com/2012/03/edulabast-learning-journey-for-ictlt.html

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Electromagnetic Induction Derived work based on F. Esquembre (Paco)’s OSP Model Knowledge creation - Probably world-first Long magnet falling through solenoid. Reproduce from Loo Kang Sharing During ICTLT http://weelookang.blogspot.com/2012/03/edulabast-learning-journey-for-ictlt.html

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Lesson Example from Innova JC https://sites.google.com/site/ijcsuperposition/ END ☺ Reproduce from Loo Kang Sharing During ICTLT http://weelookang.blogspot.com/2012/03/edulabast-learning-journey-for-ictlt.html

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Acknowledgment Thanks to Loo Kang for allowing to reproduce and adapt his blog posts/slides for this presentation

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