An Investigation of prime indicators of current teaching methodologies and students’ perceptions in Quantum physics for quality knowledge delivery system at the University of Rwanda College of Education

Pascasie Nyirahabimana

Abstract


With the growing revolution in the education system, imparting quality education has become a priority for instructors and students in any educational institution. The challenge grows high when it comes to teaching advanced subjects like quantum physics. The proposed study considers the case study of Rwanda educational institutions. It investigates the impact of current teaching methodologies and students’ perceptions in quantum physics for a quality knowledge delivery system. The students’ suggested that the intervention of multimedia tools in teaching and learning quantum physics improves the understanding of concepts and help solve the complex mathematical problems of quantum physics. Likewise, the teaching staff finds it more comprehensive and more effective when appropriate multimedia tools are used. The investigation outcome is meant to improve quantum physics’ teaching and learning experience at Rwanda educational institutions.

Keywords


Indicators of current teaching methodologies; Students perceptions; Multimedia; Quantum Physics



DOI: http://doi.org/10.11591/ijere.v11i3.22078

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