The educational environment in general physics at a technical university should be organized in such a way that students acquire a complete and deep understanding of the fundamental laws of nature that determine the behavior of matter and energy in our universe.
It is important to provide students with access to modern technologies and equipment so that they can conduct experiments and observations that help them understand the theoretical concepts they study in the classroom. Such experiments may include measuring physical parameters, creating models, and predicting the behavior of a system in accordance with physical laws.
It is also important to provide students with access to up-to-date educational materials, including textbooks, articles, journals, and video lectures. The materials should be available in both print and electronic formats so that students can use them in their academic work wherever they are.
Teachers should be experienced and competent, with a deep understanding of the theory and practice of general physics. They should use various teaching methods, including lectures, discussions, group work, and practical sessions. It is also important to stimulate students to conduct independent research, encouraging them to study additional materials and conduct experiments on their own.
Finally, the university should have a developed infrastructure that supports learning in general physics. This may include laboratories, classrooms, computers and other equipment, as well as libraries and online resources for research and learning.