Fysik 1 Na2 Växthuseffekt simulering


  • Att jämföra två av solens olika fotoner och hur de påverka Jordens temperatur
  • Designa experiment för att observera hur moln förändrar hur fotoner påverkar Jorden.
  • Designa experiment för att observera hur växthusgaser påverkar Jordens temperatur.
  • Observera Istiden och Industrialisering och hur blandning mellan olika växthusgaser har förändrats genom tiden


Öppna växthuseffekten simuleringen.

Information: När du startar simuleringen eller ställa om simuleringen, kommer Jordens temperatur att ställa om sig till kyla och ljus partiklar kommer ifrån solen.

Du vill kanske ändra på hur snabbt allting rör på sig.  Du kan använda hastighet, paus, och stega igenom verktygen.

Skapa en experiment genom att använda rubrikerna ifrån ”Samhällsperspektivet om hållbarhet och energiresurser” (inklusive peer review) för att skapa en eller fler små experiment som bemöter dem mål som nämns ovan ovan.


I would like to ask you as a student to allow me to use your conversations concerning a simulation developed by the University of Colorado’s PhET project. As a teacher, I will not be looking at the quality of the ideas but at how the learning process happens, analysis if the method chosen as me the teacher, and how student held conceptual models are involved in the learning process. As such this study will not in any way affect your grade within the course and is entirely voluntary.  All participants will remain anonymous.

Each group of two to three people is going to be asked to record their interactions and discussions around a simulation concerning the Greenhouse Effect. Some groups may even be videotaped in order to better read body and situational language. A relative framework to work with will be provided by me as a teacher.

After you as a student have turned in your observations, a number of discussions will be transcribed and translated into English to then be analyzed based on a technique developed by researchers within the field of science education. This analysis will be used to compare and contrast other researchers’ findings in the context of the situation involved.

The report will then be presented both orally and in written form to the members of the Stockholm University’s Natural Science didactics B course. A ‘trusted peer’ will critically review these arguments in detail after having taken part of the lessons materials and results. The ‘trusted peer’ in question is a fellow physics teacher at a high school in the Stockholm area with whom I have previously worked with academically.

The resulting paper will be made available to students etc. who wish to review it after submission.


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