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written by Steven J. Pollock, Stephanie Chasteen, Edward Kinney, Michael Dubson, and Rachel E. Pepper
supported by the National Science Foundation
published by the Science Education Initiative
This web site contains the research-based curricular materials on junior-level Electricity and Magnetism developed by the University of Colorado Science Education Initiative group. This course is the first semester of a two-semester course covering electro- and magneto-statics and closely follows the standard text by David Griffiths, "Introduction to Electrodynamics." The materials provided include concept tests, homework questions, tutorials, lecture notes, instructor guides, and the results of studies of student difficulties with the class.
All of the materials for this course are available in a single large zip file on the web site. Materials can also be downloaded by individual topic and type at http://www.compadre.org/psrc/items/Relations.cfm?ID=7891.
To help hide sensitive materials from students, these online materials do not include the assessments developed as part of the course: Midterm and final exams, solutions to homework and exams, etc. If you would like access to those materials, please email Steven Pollock at email@example.com.
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SEI: Junior E&M I Course Materials:
Contains SEI: Junior E&M I Course Materials - Concept Tests/Clicker Questions
These concept tests were developed as part of the SEI Junior Level E&M Course reform.relation by Bruce Mason
Contains SEI: Junior E&M I Course Materials - Tutorials
These student tutorials were developed as part of the SEI Junior Level E&M Course reform. They are research-based student activities designed to be used in student study/recitation sections.relation by Bruce Mason
Contains SEI: Junior E&M I Course Materials - Student Difficulties
This is the result of research on student difficulties in junior-level E&M.relation by Bruce Mason
Contains SEI: Junior E&M I Course Materials - Electrostatics
This is the material on electrostatics developed as part of the SEI Junior E&M Course.relation by Bruce Mason
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