PODCAST #12: Christine Lindstrøm - Improving physics instruction through researched based practice.
Christine Lindstrøm leads the Physics Education Research for Evidence Centred Teaching (PERfECT) @ UNSW. It is an education research and teaching group at the University of New South Wales. Their focus is on improving physics teaching practices in Australia and conducting research on effective teaching methods for Australian and international students. In this interview we discuss her work, what motivates her in science education, and gives salient advice to both students and educators of physics
See https://www.perfect.physics.unsw.edu.au for more information, including resources.
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