Our Top Picks Archive
Electric Circuits: Build Your Unit - Feb 1, 2015
This packaged mini-collection provides lessons, labs, simulations, models, and assessments for teaching a unit on electric circuits in algebra-based high school physics.
Teaching Energy in Introductory Physics - Nov 3, 2014
Understanding energy transfer, transformation, and conservation underpins much of physics education. This mini-collection provides 60+ free resources for teaching energy in the algebra-based physics classroom. It includes sections on interactive problem-solving and modeling energy systems.
Heat & Temperature Units: Physical Science - Oct 3, 2014
Editors' top picks to build conceptual understanding of heat and how it differs from temperature.
Build A Unit: Measurement in Physics - Aug 31, 2014
Editor-selected collection of resources to help students understand the role of precise measurement, standard units, and dimensional analysis in physics.
Get Ready for NGSS: Teaching Energy Using Multimedia - May 1, 2014
Editor-selected unit elements to help your students understand energy as a physical science concept. Includes lessons, simulations and animations, hands-on labs, and tutorials.
Particles & Interactions: Build Your Unit - May 1, 2014
A set of classroom-ready resources for doing a unit on particle physics. Materials are appropriate for high school students, with focus on the conceptual aspects of quantum theory.
Electricity: Build Your Unit - Feb 1, 2014
Editors' top picks to build conceptual understanding of electricity, circuits, and current.
Conceptual Physics: Simple Harmonic Motion - Sep 30, 2013
Editor-selected set of multimedia resources to support the teaching of simple harmonic motion and the sinusoidal nature of periodic motion.
Get Ready for NGSS: Waves Resources - Aug 30, 2013
Editors' top picks will help teachers navigate the new NGSS requirements for teaching about wave interactions in Grades 4-8.
Conceptual Physics: Build A Unit Electrostatics - Jun 20, 2013
Editors' top picks to build conceptual understanding of electrostatics, electric force, and electric field.
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