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MAZANEC, Radim (2014)
Languages: Czech
Types: Master thesis
Subjects: pulley; interactive whiteboard; jednoduché stroje; Physics; páka; Fyzika; inclined plane; didactic test; interaktivní tabule; nakloněná rovina; didaktický test; lever; simple machines; kladka

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ACM Ref: ComputingMilieux_COMPUTERSANDEDUCATION
The thesis deals with the comparison of physics textbooks for primary schools. The purpose of this thesis is to determine the representation of individual sets of textbooks in primary schools in the South Bohemian Region, to develop and test custom teaching concepts revolving around thematic unit of 'Simple Machines'. This work is addressed primarily to teachers as a tool to enhance teaching effectiveness, to support the imagination and to increase interest in physics among pupils. These are the reasons why thematic unit, called Simple Machines, has been developed in form of interactive presentation, whose contribution and efficiency has been practically verified directly during physics classes in few selected primary schools. Benefits have been verified through accredited didactic tests and their evaluation and results are processed at the end of this thesis.
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