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Maksim Alexandrovich Bychkov

Associate Professor
Unit: College of Arts and Sciences
Department: Department of Physics
Office location and address
214 JBL
382 McCormick Rd
Charlottesville, Virginia 22903
Education
PhD, 2005, University of Virginia
PHYS 1429: General Physics I Workshop
Credits: 1
A required two-hour workshop accompanying PHYS 1425, including laboratory and tutorial activities. Corequisite: PHYS 1425.
PHYS 2030: Principles of Physics 1 Workshop
Credits: 1
Group problem solving, data acquisition and analysis, and application of physics to real life scenarios in the framework of classical mechanics and thermodynamics. The course satisfies the requirements for pre-health students. Co-requisites: PHYS 2010
PHYS 2040: Basic Physics Laboratory II
Credits: 1
Selected experiments in the different branches of physics are carried out and written up by the student. One two-hour exercise per week. Prerequisite: 2030; corequisite: PHYS 2010, 2020 or 2310, 2320. Premedical and pre-dental students should elect this course along with PHYS 2010, 2020; it is an option for others.
PHYS 2419: Introductory Physics 2 Workshop
Credits: 1
Group problem solving, data acquisition and analysis, and application of physics to real life scenarios in the framework of electricity and magnetism. The course is geared towards STEM majors and required for engineering and physics majors. Co-requisites: PHYS 2415 or 2410. Prerequisite: PHYS 1429
CHEM 7011: Teaching Science in Higher Education
Credits: 1
This STEM teaching course will help graduate TAs integrate learning theory and effective student engagement practices into their teaching. GTAs will participate in guided discussions to relate recommendations from the education literature to their classroom experiences. Assignments will include learning activities, such as teaching observations & reflections, and designing interventions to assist students with difficult topics/skills.
BIOL 7110: Teaching Science in Higher Education
Credits: 1
This STEM teaching course will help graduate TAs integrate learning theory and effective student engagement practices into their teaching. GTAs will participate in guided discussions to relate recommendations from the education literature to their classroom experiences. Assignments will include learning activities, such as teaching observations & reflections, and designing interventions to assist students with difficult topics/skills.
PHYS 9030: Teaching Science in Higher Education
Credits: 1
This STEM teaching course will help graduate TAs integrate learning theory and effective student engagement practices into their teaching. GTAs will participate in guided discussions to relate recommendations from the education literature to their classroom experiences. Assignments will include learning activities, such as teaching observations & reflections, and designing interventions to assist students with difficult topics/skills.