Community-based development of the Quantum Concept Inventory

H.K.E. Stadermann, Andreas Woitzik, Aurél Gábris, Avraham Merzel, Caterina Foti, Daria Antilla, Erica Andreotti, Franziska Greinert, Gesche Pospiech, Henk J. Pol, Kim Krijtenburg-Lewerissa, Maria Bondani, Leon Jurčić, Marilu Chiofalo, Malte Ubben, Massimiliano Malgieri, Mieke De Cock, Pasquale Onorato, Philipp Bitzenbauer, Rainer MüllerRenaat Frans, Simon Goorney, Zdenka Koupilová

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For the improvement of quantum physics education at the secondary level, it is important to develop a flexible assessment tool, which is suitable for evaluating the numerous existing teaching concepts that have emerged from physics education research over the last decades. We therefore give an overview of the plans of the QTEdu pilot project ‘Community-based development of the Quantum Concept Inventory’ to create such an assessment tool. Additionally, we will present the results of a Delphi study aiming to identify the community’s perspective on key topics for teaching quantum physics at the secondary school level.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationGIREP 2022
Subtitle of host publicationBook of abstracts
Publication statusPublished - 2022
EventGIREP Conference 2022: Effective learning in physics from contemporary physics to remote settings - Ljubljana, Slovenia
Duration: 4 Jul 20228 Jul 2022


ConferenceGIREP Conference 2022
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