Bulgarian
Physics Education
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Bulgarian Physics Education (Bulg. Phys. Edu.) published by the Union of the Physicists in Bulgaria in partnership with the Heron Press Ltd. is the journal for everyone involved with the teaching of physics in schools and colleges.

The articles reflect the needs and interests of secondary school teachers, teacher trainers and those involved with courses up to introductory undergraduate level. With a focus on the scholarship of teaching, the journal seeks to generate discussion and promulgate sustainable, long-term changes in educational research, policy and practice. Quite a wide range of pedagogical subject matter is acceptable for publication.

The main criterion for inclusion is that an article be in some way directly and broadly connected to the preparation of high school and/or middle school physics teachers.







CONTENTS vol.1 no.2 (2013)

CURIOUS PHYSICS
Christo Popov: On the Strange Arithmetic of Average Velocities
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METHODS IN TEACHING
Robert Fischer, Elton Fireman, José Renan Gomes: Who Teaches Science in Alagoas? A Quantitative Analysis of Non-Specialist Teaching at Primary and Secondary Schools in Brazil
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Milen Zamfirov: Dynamics in the Preferences of Candidate Students in "St. Kliment Ohridski" University of Sofia in the Faculty of Physics, the Faculty of Biology, and the Faculty of Chemistry and Pharmacy (2005–2013)
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COMPETITIONS IN PHYSICS
Regional Tour of the Physics Olympiad, Shoumen, 24.02.2012 Victor Ivanov: Problems for students of the 7th class
Miroslav Abrashev: Problems for students of the 8th class
Dimitar Marvakov: Problems for students of the 9th class

National Physics Olimpiad, Haskovo, 21.04.2012
Maxim Maximov: Problems for students of the 7th class
Victor Ivanov: Problems for students of the 8th class
Miroslav Abrashev: Problems for students of the 9th class
Miroslav Abrashev, Victor Ivanov, Maxim Maximov, Dimitar Marvakov: Problems for students of the 10-12th class (part I)
Miroslav Abrashev, Victor Ivanov, Dimitar Marvakov: Problems for students of the 10-12th class (part II)
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The Nobel Prize in Physics 2013 was awarded jointly to François Englert and Peter W. Higgs "for the theoretical discovery of a mechanism that contributes to our understanding of the origin of mass of subatomic particles, and which recently was confirmed through the discovery of the predicted fundamental particle, by the ATLAS and CMS experiments at CERN's Large Hadron Collider"