Difficulties in teaching electromagnetism: an eight year experience at Pierre and Marie Curie University

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H. Roussel
M. Hélier

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We will begin by outlining the details of how electromagnetics are taught in the  electrical engineering program offered at Pierre and Marie Curie University (a French example) from the undergraduate to the Masters degree levels.  We will also discuss how our methods are and should be adapted to teach waves propagation without discouraging students.

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Roussel, H., & Hélier, M. (2012). Difficulties in teaching electromagnetism: an eight year experience at Pierre and Marie Curie University. Advanced Electromagnetics, 1(1), 65-69. https://doi.org/10.7716/aem.v1i1.59
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M. Hélier, UPMC, Univ. Paris 6

Difficulties in teaching electromagnetism: an eight year experience\\ at Pierre and Marie Curie University

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