Featured Resource Archive
Squishy Circuits - Jun 5, 2015
HUGELY fun activity to introduce younger kids to electric circuits. "Squishy" dough is quickly made from scratch. Start with a simple series circuit and go creative!
Physics for the 21st Century - Apr 1, 2015
Looking for high-quality content support in modern physics? Take a look at this free course, complete with videos and simulations. It is aimed at secondary teachers and AP physics students.
Using Direct Measurement Video to Teach Physics - Apr 1, 2015
Hi-speed videography & robust digital tools are at the heart of these exceptional video-based modules: video analysis without the expense of software.
PhET Simulation: Energy Forms and Changes - Apr 1, 2015
Build your own system to convert mechanical, light, or chemical energy into electrical or thermal energy.
2015 International Year of Light - Feb 25, 2015
Official website to commemorate the International Year of Light features a plethora of resources for all ages and audiences.
Nanoreisen: Adventures Beyond the Decimal - Jan 2, 2015
See the wonder and strange beauty of matter at the smallest known dimensions in our universe in this "nano-journey" formatted in descending powers of 10. View a human cell, an LED, and a laptop microchip.
All About Circuits: Worksheets - Jan 2, 2015
An outstanding set of 50+ worksheets on basic electricity and DC circuits, designed to spark analytical reasoning in your students. The interactive online version will allow students to see answers. For teachers wishing to use them as quizzes, the worksheets can be freely downloaded with the solutions hidden.
NBC Learn: Science of the Olympic Winter Games - Nov 3, 2014
Spark student interest with this collection of 16 short videos that explore the physics behind winter sports. Entertaining AND accurate science.
Circus Physics - Oct 15, 2014
Collection of 8 videos with teacher guides provides a highly visual way to learn about projectile motion, linear and angular momentum, and Newton's Laws.
Concord Consortium: Atomic Structure - Oct 15, 2014
Give your students a powerful way to explore the orbital model of an atom. They can play with mass and charge, create different isotopes, and build atomic models that identify patterns.
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