The fundamental aspect of the theory in quantum physics education
Most educational presentations of quantum physics show interpretative difficulties dating back to the early ‘900 and lacking a suitable analysis of the meaning of “reality” that emerges from the theory. No wonder, therefore, that school paths derived from them often leave students confused, at all age levels. The main problem stems from the lack of awareness of the nature of physical theories and their relationship with the outcome of possible experiments. We will discuss this nature both, from the epistemological and the educational point of view and give indications to provide an increasingly solid foundation for the educational reconstructions of the content, for quantum as well as for classical physics, and therefore, to contribute to create conditions for a better teaching of physics in general.
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