The learning process involves theory, task solving, testing and training. In short, T-physics.
When teaching we use the "Physics + Computer" paradigm.
Contains 138 problems in general physics for colleges on topics:
mechanics, molecular physics, electricity, magnetism, optics.
The problem can be solved formally using the proposed formulas.
For a deeper understanding of the solution to the problem, the examples show the derivation of these formulas.
All tasks have a computer application.
When solving problems, there is no need to use additional aids.
Checking the correct answers.
All the necessary information for solving the problem is contained in the condition and examples.
Can be used when working with a group in the classroom and for individual work.
We have set the goal of teaching students problem-solving skills by standard methods as well as computer modeling and simulation. All problems in the book have a common structure: clearly defined problem conditions, formulas and solution examples. Most of the problems described, have computer models for demonstrating the physical processes described.
The dataset for the problems is randomly generated, allowing for the effective training of students. It is our sincere opinion that when properly used and applied, our book will increase the ability of students' problem solving skills in physics.,