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Some learning objects to explain Kepler's laws

Julio Benítez, Marcos H. Giménez, José L. Hueso, Eulalia Martínez, Jaime Riera
2010 Computer Applications in Engineering Education  
In this paper, we present some learning objects for the study of Kepler's laws that graphically show the orbits and the movements of various planets.  ...  The learning object has been implemented in Matlab.  ...  Files In this section we provide the m files that could serve to explain in a interactive way the three Kepler's laws.  ... 
doi:10.1002/cae.20446 fatcat:syr7ws6rsjcwlo7csu5eunsm7u

The use of physics pocketbook based on augmented reality on planetary motion to improve students' learning achievement

Nadi Suprapto, Handal Setyo Ibisono, Husni Mubarok
2021 Journal of Technology and Science Education  
achievement increase as seen from the results of the pretest-posttest scores with the average Gain score was 0.63 in the moderate category; (3) through the development of an AR-based pocketbook, it resulted in some  ...  Planetary motion in physics learning is an abstract concept and requires high reasoning.  ...  In physics, the order of the universe can be explained based on Kepler's laws and Newton's laws of gravity.  ... 
doi:10.3926/jotse.1167 fatcat:lwzkt2uunzcddj424g7ona62ey

Using Tiered Assignments to Engage Learners in Advanced Placement Physics

Kimberly A. Geddes
2010 Gifted Child Today  
The explorations on Kepler's Laws of Planetary Motion are tiered in content according to readiness and tiered in product according to learning styles.  ...  Kepler's Laws are organized into three main thoughts: (a) Law of Ellipses, (b) Law of Equal Areas, and (c) Harmonic Law.  ... 
doi:10.1177/107621751003300109 fatcat:ueha5qtutrcc7ikwozuk56fhnm

Exploring the explaining quality of physics online explanatory videos

Christoph Kulgemeyer, Cord H Peters
2016 European journal of physics  
(36 YouTube explanatory videos on Kepler's laws and 15 videos on Newton's third law).  ...  In this study, a framework for explaining quality, which has emerged from surveying explaining skills in expert-novice face-to-face dialogues, was used to explore the explaining quality of such videos  ...  At this point, it is important to understand that it is not our objective to find the best explanation among 51 YouTube videos on Kepler's laws and Newton's third law as learning is way too complex a process  ... 
doi:10.1088/0143-0807/37/6/065705 fatcat:jxtmd5bhn5d3vpighsibfb4goe

Analogical Reasoning and Conceptual Change: A Case Study of Johannes Kepler

Dedre Gentner, Sarah Brem, Ronald W. Ferguson, Arthur B. Markman, Bjorn B. Levidow, Phillip Wolff, Kenneth D. Forbus
1997 The Journal of the Learning Sciences  
It must also explain the fact that some analogies and some interpretations of a given analogy are preferred over others, even when no differences in factual accuracy are at stake.  ...  It was in fact crucial to his derivation of the First and Third Laws. The Third Law appears in the Harnwnice Mandl in 1619. 12 However, Kepler's system was not accepted by his contemporaries.  ... 
doi:10.1207/s15327809jls0601_2 fatcat:req7qncgt5cw7btx2jtf67uqay

A historical method approach to teaching Kepler's 2nd law

Wladimir Lyra
2021 Astronomy Education Journal  
Kepler's 2nd law, the law of the areas, is usually taught in passing, between the 1st and the 3rd laws, to be explained "later on" as a consequence of angular momentum conservation.  ...  In doing so, it naturally paves the way to finishing the module with an active learning computational exercise, for instance, to calculate the timing and location of Mars' next opposition.  ...  According to variation theory, for learning to occur, some critical aspects of the object of learning must vary while other aspects remain constant.  ... 
doi:10.32374/aej.2021.1.1.004 fatcat:cpt4t5jokfbgjd2ui6smtrxlnq

Duhem's Analysis of Newtonian Method and the Logical Priority of Physics over Metaphysics

Eduardo Salles de Oliveira Barra, Ricardo Batista Dos Santos
2017 Transversal: International Journal for the Historiography of Science  
It is argued that in General Scholium to the Principia, Newton is not advocating what Duhem suggests in his best-known criticism, but he is proposing something very close to the establishment of a logical  ...  This article offers a discussion of Duhemian analysis of Newton's method in the Principia considering both the traditional response to this analysis (Popper et alii) and the more recent ones (Harper et  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank Dr.  ... 
doi:10.24117/2526-2270.2017.i2.03 fatcat:v677yioezzbbrf3gwiwmyycg4e

The Debate between Whewell and Mill on the Nature of Scientific Induction [chapter]

Malcolm Forster
2011 Handbook of the History of Logic  
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS I would like to thank Elizabeth Wrigley-Field and Daniel Schneider for very helpful comments on an earlier draft. BIBLIOGRAPHY  ...  The consequences that Kepler's laws have concerning the (unobserved) instantaneous accelerations of the planets will be crucial in Newton's higher level colligation of Kepler's three laws, according to  ...  But it gets much larger in the Kepler example because it is not merely a circumnavigation that is inferred, but also the exact path (Kepler's first law) and rate of motion (Kepler's area law).  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-0-444-52936-7.50003-3 fatcat:2cenpzffxjgvrmko46eijyjyfe

A Historical Method Approach to Teaching Kepler's 2nd law [article]

Wladimir Lyra
2020 arXiv   pre-print
Kepler's 2nd law, the law of the areas, is usually taught in passing, between the 1st and the 3rd laws, to be explained "later on" as a consequence of angular momentum conservation.  ...  In doing so, it naturally paves the way to finishing the module with an active learning computational exercise, for instance, to calculate the timing and location of Mars' next opposition.  ...  For the junior class I started with Owen Gingerich celebrated Mars' lab (Gingerich, 1983) to find Kepler's 1st law in an active learning way (Bonwell & Eison 1991) .  ... 
arXiv:2011.13386v1 fatcat:263svk4tcredfmnvm62urv3amy

Suggesting a NOS Map for Nature of Science for Science Education Instruction

Jun-Young Oh
2016 Eurasia Journal of Mathematics, Science and Technology Education  
Additionally, it is valuable to introduce students at the primary level to some of the ideas developed by Kuhn.  ...  The aims of this research are 1) to explore the inter-relationships within the individual elements or tenets of Nature of Science (NOS), based on the dimensions of scientific knowledge in science learning  ...  Newton, in order to explain Galileo's law of falling, which was the rule on natural phenomena and Kepler's empirical law of an elliptical orbit, constructed gravity based on the idea that a planet's revolution  ... 
doi:10.12973/eurasia.2017.00680a fatcat:rnotktc2djagxcwvikemtyq3pi

"Why, and to What Extent, May a False Hypothesis Yield the Truth?" [chapter]

Stefano Gattei
2009 Rethinking Popper  
Abstract Some of Kepler's works seem very different in character.  ...  Nothing is more conducive to progress than criticism of the current situation; nothing is more likely to herald the new than discontent with the old.  ...  Acknowledgments I wish to thank Joseph Agassi, Donald Gillies, Ian Jarvie, Carlo Rovelli and Michael Segre for comments on previous versions of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4020-9338-8_4 fatcat:fvaxs67qq5d33duhpisb4wovmy

Scientific explanation and the troubles with Causal explanations in physics
Inglés

Andrés Rivadulla
2017 Revista Filosofía UIS  
What I intend to do is to focus on the issue of whether the explanation of Kepler's empirical laws of the planetary motions can be a causal explanation.  ...  Since there exist incompatible gravitational theories, it is impossible for the scientific account of Kepler's law to be a causal explanation of the planetary motions.  ...  model learning from experience.  ... 
doi:10.18273/revfil.v16n2-2017008 fatcat:u6b6oybyb5cajghzmuwtick22i

Kepler's Laws of Planetary Motion: 1609–1666

J. L. Russell
1964 British Journal for the History of Science  
This will help to explain the fact that many very competent astronomers who accepted Kepler's first law with enthusiasm, nevertheless rejected the second and substituted some simpler but less accurate  ...  He then explained an approximate method for calculating planetary positions which he claimed to be almost equivalent to Kepler's own.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0007087400001813 fatcat:wnjvjxnv4jhqpdtjq3ibg2bqxq

Religious and Scientific Faith in Simplicity [article]

Don N. Page
2008 arXiv   pre-print
are more probable (Occam's razor or the law of parsimony).  ...  That is, explanations should be made as simple at possible (though no simpler, since then they would not explain what is observed).  ...  As I understand it, the calculations were actually harder to make using Kepler's laws, but even without the improvement that it gave to explain some of Tycho's crucial observations, it was conceptually  ... 
arXiv:0811.0630v1 fatcat:nnreulncxbhkdmsz2ymdae7sv4

Classroom Activity: Kepler's Laws of Planetary Motion

Y. Tsubota
1998 International Astronomical Union Colloquium  
This was used in Earth Sciences in order to develop the students' cognitive skill. Kepler had been trying to analyze Tycho's observations of Mars, fitting them into the Copernican orbital system.  ...  But the objectives of this activity covers Kepler's Law in greater detail.  ...  confirm the Kepler's third law.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0252921100115301 fatcat:savpvzcgujf3jabs5otjmlgqq4
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