Research-oriented Physics Program
A unique program for students who were selected and approved by the Chief Inspector of Physics and is aimed at nurturing research skills
This novel, unique and prestigious program will expose students majoring in physics to the world of scientific research, while fostering the students’ personal responsibility for their own studies, encouraging creativity and promoting each student’s own initiative and imagination. The research project allows students to develop their skills in the areas of scientific research and web content, connects physics with modern culture and allows integration of physics with other fields of knowledge. For this program, each pair of students will perform a 5-matriculation-unit research project, in addition to the regular 5-unit physics curriculum they will learn in school.
More about the program
Learning how to enquire requires expertise in web content and understanding of physical processes and principles, together with learning specific topics and other skills. The topics covered will include unique chapters in physics and mathematics, according to the subject of research; research methods and statistics; scientific writing, reading and analyzing academic papers; advanced computer skills; the history of physics with an emphasis on experiments, discoveries, inventions and studies that were milestones in the history of science; and more. The exercises and the methods of evaluation throughout the three-year duration of the program, starting ןמ 10th grade, will be diverse. At the end of the program, students will submit a research portfolio and take an external exam supervised by an examiner from the office of the Chief Inspector of Physics at the Ministry of Education.
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