"Biological and Environmental Education" quarterly

ISSN 1643-8779



A „recipe” for experimental lesson

„Physics without experiments is worthless” – says Marcin Zaród, physician from Polish Academy of Science and science populizer. This is why in the artcile Small experiments, great discoveries. The practice of experiential science education he gives a „recipe” for a successful experimental lesson. There should not be missed students-tutors and sometimes even... Robert Kubica.

This article presents various teaching methods that include an experimental approach to the gymnasium and high-school physics curriculum. Various methods of an interdisciplinary approach between physics and other sciences, technology and the students’ everyday life are presented.

A sample laboratory lesson focusing on electrical circuits in the gymnasium curriculum is also included. Cases presented in the article are based on informal education practices, such as academic science encouragement programmes and NGO experiences.

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