Associate professor Giovanni Organtini: Innovating physics laboratory with new digital technologies

New trends in physics education stress the importance of an inquiry based learning. Arduino and smartphones make it possible for every student to perform quantitative, precise and instructive experiments, even at home. Both tools can be exploited at universities as well as in high schools and are complementary to each other.

In this terminal I will give an overview of the potentialities offered by these new pervasive digital technologies, discussing the value added to traditional laboratory activities.

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Giovanni Organtini, associate professor of experimental physics at the Sapienza University of Rome. He works with teaching for biotechnologists and the calculation laboratory for physicists.

Published Oct. 30, 2019 10:46 AM - Last modified Oct. 31, 2019 4:02 PM