What comes to mind when you hear the word ‘physics’?   Leave a comment

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Enabling Student-Student Interaction in a Large Classroom Setting [visual notes] Alan Slavin, PhD Physics, 3M Fellow, Trent University (Photo credit: giulia.forsythe)

 

 

 

1) What comes to mind when you hear the word ‘physics’?
2) Is physics important?
3) Are you interested in physics?
4) What did you like most and least about physics?
5) Do all physics professors need messy hair and a beard?
6) What do you know about the laws of physics?
7) What do you know about the different branches of physics; e.g. quantum physics, applied physics, nuclear physics, particle physics, etc?
8) What use is physics in our world?
9) Will you become rich if you have a physics degree?
10) Who was the greatest physicist ever?

 

 

 

 

 

1) What is physics?
2) How is your country at physics?
3) Would you like to do physics experiments?
4) What physics formulae do you know? Do you understand them?
5) What do you know about physics that you could teach a child?
6) Why do you think people like physics?
7) What do you know about Nobel Prize winners in physics?
8) What question would you like to ask a physicist?
9) The famous physicist Stephen Hawking said: My goal is simple. It is a complete understanding of the universe, why it is as it is and why it exists at all.” What do you think of this?
10) What is the greatest ever discovery in physics and what will the next one be?

 

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