This work is aimed at presenting an ongoing physics education project based at the Museum of Physics of the University of Turin. The goal of this project is studying the educational significance of the history of physics by leveraging on the collections of scientific instruments preserved by the Museum of Physics and by the former Physics Cabinets of a selected sample of old secondary schools in northwestern Italy.

The dust catcher: transforming dusty collections of scientific instruments into tools of education

Rinaudo M.;Leone M.
2019

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This work is aimed at presenting an ongoing physics education project based at the Museum of Physics of the University of Turin. The goal of this project is studying the educational significance of the history of physics by leveraging on the collections of scientific instruments preserved by the Museum of Physics and by the former Physics Cabinets of a selected sample of old secondary schools in northwestern Italy.
IHPST 2019 - 15th International History Philosophy & Science Teaching Conference: "Re-introducing science: Sculpting the image of science for education and media in its historical and philosophical background"
Thessaloniki (Greece)
15-19 July 2019
Re-introducing science: Sculpting the image of science for education and media in its historical and philosophical background - IHPST2019 Conference Proceedings
Grafima Publications
190
198
978-618-5271-79-4
Rinaudo M., Leone M.
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