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PublishedOn: 2001-11 ISBN: 9781402002748
EAN: 9781402002748 Publication Year: 2001
Type: Textbook Format: Trade Paperback
Language: English Publication Name: Reasoning in Physics : the Part of Common Sense
Item Length: 9.3in. Publisher: Springer
Item Width: 6.1in. Item Weight: 27.9 Oz
Number of Pages: Xvi, 230 Pages

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For a meaningful understanding of physics, it is necessary to realise that this corpus of knowledge operates in a register different from natural thought. This book aims at situating the main trends of common reasoning in physics with respect to some essential aspects of accepted theory. It analyses a great many research results based on studies of pupils and students at various academic levels, involving a range of physical situations. It shows the impressive generality of the trends of common thought, as well as their resistance to teaching. The book's main focus is to underline to what extent natural thought is organised. As a result of this mapping out of trends of reasoning, some suggestions for teaching are presented; these have already influenced recent curricula in France. This book is intended for teachers and teacher trainers principally, but students can also benefit from it to improve their understanding of physics and of their own ways of reasoning.
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PublisherSpringer
ISBN-101402002742
ISBN-139781402002748
eBay Product ID (ePID)2707641
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AuthorLaurence Viennot
Publication NameReasoning in Physics : the Part of Common Sense
FormatTrade Paperback
LanguageEnglish
Publication Year2001
TypeTextbook
Number of PagesXvi, 230 Pages
Dimensions
Item Length9.3in.
Item Width6.1in.
Item Weight27.9 Oz
Additional Product Features
Number of Volumes1 Vol.
Lc Classification NumberL1-991
Reviews'Viennot and colleagues at Université Denis Diderot (France) clearly demonstrate the value of didactics--the science of teaching, or pedagogy. Their book is based on surveys involving students at various education stages, from secondary school to the university. They carefully chronicle the many twists and turns of common sense or natural reasoning and seek out how best to cultivate a habit of scientific thought. Among many other results, they find a strong natural tendency for students to materialize the objects of physics, to consider quantities as intrinsic characteristics of objects, to apply causal linear reasoning, and to spuriously neglect extra variables. Viennot and colleagues analyze such reductionist tendencies in detail and recommend that multifunctional dependencies be introduced early. They indicate that less emphasis on formulae, combined with a better balance of qualitative and quantitative reasoning skills, would cultivate ways of thinking that provide greater coherence and reliability. They end the book with a plea for the teaching of reasoning in physics. Graduate students through professionals.' T. Eastman, formerly University of Maryland in Choice, April 2002, ' Viennot and colleagues at Université Denis Diderot (France) clearly demonstrate the value of didactics--the science of teaching, or pedagogy. Their book is based on surveys involving students at various education stages, from secondary school to the university. They carefully chronicle the many twists and turns of common sense or natural reasoning and seek out how best to cultivate a habit of scientific thought. Among many other results, they find a strong natural tendency for students to materialize the objects of physics, to consider quantities as intrinsic characteristics of objects, to apply causal linear reasoning, and to spuriously neglect extra variables. Viennot and colleagues analyze such reductionist tendencies in detail and recommend that multifunctional dependencies be introduced early. They indicate that less emphasis on formulae, combined with a better balance of qualitative and quantitative reasoning skills, would cultivate ways of thinking that provide greater coherence and reliability. They end the book with a plea for the teaching of reasoning in physics. Graduate students through professionals. ' T. Eastman, formerly University of Maryland in Choice, April 2002
Table of ContentAcknowledgements. About the Author. Preface. Introduction. Part One: The Main Lines. 1. Physics: what is essential, what is natural? 2. A Trend in Reasoning: materialising the objects of physics. 3. The Real World: intrinsic quantities. 4. Essentials: laws for quantities 'at time t'. 5. Quasistatic or Causal Changes in Systems. Part Two: The Impact of Common Sense Some Investigations. 6. Quantities, Laws and Sign Conventions. 7. Changing Frames of Reference at Eleven. 8. Common Reasoning About Sound. 9. Constants and Functional Reduction. 10. Rotation and Translation: simultaneity? 11. From Electrostatics to Electrodynamics: historical and present difficulties. 12. Superposition of Electric Fields and Causality. Conclusion. Bibliography. Subject Index. Name Index.
Copyright Date2001
Target AudienceScholarly & Professional
TopicProfessional Development, Ethics & Moral Philosophy, Study & Teaching, Physics / General
Dewey Decimal530/.01
Dewey Edition21
IllustratedYes
GenreEducation, Science, Philosophy

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