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Title: Learn from history : Lessons from early modern Japanese physics experiment textbooks
Authors: Takahashi, Hiroshi
Akabane, Akira
Shozawa, Jun
Tamaki, Toyomi
Keywords: physics experiment
Meiji era
simple experiment
history of physics education
Issue Date: 5-Aug-2013
Citation: ICPE-EPEC : The International Conference on Physics Education 2013 Conference Proceedings, 228-234. (2013)
Abstract: The aim of our study is to explore the early history of the education of physics experiments in the Meiji era of Japan (1868 - 1912). In this paper, we examine three Japanese physics experiment textbooks which were published during 1880s. One characteristic feature is that the most of the experiments could be performed using simple handmade apparatuses. We consider what can be learned from the ingenuity of physics education pioneers of the late 19th century.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10087/8644
ISBN: 978-80-7378-266-5
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