Modern Electronics for the General Student
I have spent a fair proportion of my teaching career working with nonscience college students, showing them something of my world and connecting with their own experiences. One unusual course I developed is Modern Electronics, an alternative to the typical courses offered these students. In the hope that other teachers of introductory physics want to try this approach, I will share my motivations and some of the details of this course.
“Modern Electronics for the General Student”, The Physics Teacher, 43, 374-377 (2005)
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