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Title of the Experience
Ohm's Law in the chain
Name of the teacher
Edgars Geislers
Country where it took place
School typology
Vocational School
Thematic Area
Experience typology
Type of contact
Description of the Experience
Presenting in electrical engineering very often come across students' weak physics knowledge (primary rate), the concept of confusion, and as a result of its outgoing - poor motivation to learn and master the subject.
In order to overcome these problems and to help learners better understand and interest in the learning process a variety of teaching methods izmanotoju combinations.
The given within an hour of Ohm's law in the chain using the principles of practical instruction in combination with ta demonstrating and group work, which in turn allows learners to better understand the given topic.
Imantojot demonstējuma Structure explains the change in voltage in a circuit changes the voltage and phase of the circuit resistance.
Auzdēkņiem are given the opportunity to draw up the same hour of electrical circuits and to verify Ohm's Law principle of operation. Students better understand the electrical resistance of the signs and units; calculated currents, voltages and phase circuit resistance using Ohm's law. Increases the motivation to learn.

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