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Quantum JumpsQuantum Jumps is a professional development program for high school physics and maths in-service teachers. Using an informational approach related to the exploration of quantum technologies, we aim to help teachers support their students in the transition from classical to quantum world.
Department of Science and High Technology, University of Insubria
Interactive Quantum PhysicsIn our 360° picture of the PhotonLab you will find several interactive books, explaining our (analogy) quantum experiments to school students. We guide you with nice animations, videos and quizzes. Learn more about our quantum random number generator, quantum eraser, quantum cryptography, bomb tester and interferometer.
Max-Planck-Institut für Quantenoptik
Learning quantum concepts with quantum cryptographyA teaching unit was developed with the goal to contribute to general education in quantum physics with the example of a fascinating example, the quantum cryptography. This teaching unit does not require prerequisites and is suitable for high school students. It uses simulations, worksheets and own activities of students. Also school teachers can use it as an introduction into this field.
LearnQMLearnQM is a website that hosts digital games and interactive visualizations for learning quantum and semiconductor physics. It currently hosts three digital artifacts: Particle in a Box, Psi and Delta, and Semiconductor Visualizations. The website was developed by an interdisciplinary team of researchers at Georgia Institute of Technology.
Georgia Institute of Technology
Teaching quantum mechanics at the secondary levelPhD thesis into teaching QM at the secondary, consisting of a review study, an investigation of experts opinions on teaching QM at the secondary level, research into students' difficulties while learning about the infinite 1D potential well and tunneling, and an investigation of the influence of increased understanding of potential energy in classical contexts on the understanding of the 1D potential well and tunneling.
University of Twente
Teaching Science in Today’s Society: The Case of Particle Physics for Primary SchoolsThe rapid changes in science and technology witnessed in recent decades have significantly contributed to the arousal of the awareness by decision-makers and the public as a whole of the need to strengthen the connection between outreach activities of universities and research institutes and the activities of educational institutions, with a central role played by schools. While the relevance of the problem is nowadays unquestioned, no unique and fully satisfactory solution has been identified. In the present paper we would like to contribute to the discussion on the subject by reporting on an ongoing project aimed to teach Particle Physics in primary schools. We will start from the past and currently planned activities in this project in order to establish a broader framework to describe the conditions for the fruitful interplay between researchers and teachers. We will also emphasize some aspects related to the dissemination of outreach materials by research institutions, in order to promote the access and distribution of scientific information in a way suited to the different age of the target students.
University of Birmingham
Warsaw Quantum Computing Group meetupsWe organize meetings of the Warsaw Quantum Computing Group (WQCG). It is a series of meetups for quantum computing enthusiasts in Warsaw, its goal is to facilitate education and collaboration of people interested in quantum computing. Recordings of the lectures are available on our YouTube channel.
Quantum AI Foundation
Quantum digital-experiment kit (Photoeffect)This set of videos cover one of the typical experiments in high school regarding quantum physics, the photoeffect. With this approach we offer the user a different way, closer to research, to understand the experiments around the concept of the photoeffect.
Heidelberg School of education
Playing with a Quantum Computer: teaching approachWe show a direct and straightforward way to use quantum computers in an introductory course on quantum physics. We use an algorithm that solves a simple and easily understandable problem while providing a quantum advantage. The algorithm we propose is a simple game (Quantum Penny Flip) in which the use of quantum physics offers a winning advantage.
Braunschweig Technical University
PhotonLab 3D postersWe offer posters in a 3d-world so that school students can prepare themselves for a visit at the students lab "PhotonLab". We give an overview over selected experiments that can be performed by the students themselves during their visit.
Max-Planck-Institute of Quantum Optics
Quantum Cryptography Educational Kit Teaching MaterialThis manual describes the different steps of the BB84 protocol => how polarization states are prepared, how the key is generated between Alice and Bob and how Eve's presence is always detected. Numerous graphics are included to help in teaching this exciting topic.