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The Physics Source is a collection of resources for introductory college level physics courses. It includes curriculum, curriculum support material, reference material, and pedagogical and physics education research inspired content.
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Using Direct Measurement Video to Teach Physics
SCALE-UP: Student-Centered Activities for Large Enrollment Undergraduate Programs
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Evidence-based methods for teaching physics.
1908: A large fireball exploded above the Stony Tunuska River, Siberia. This explosion caused seismic shock and a firestorm followed by black rain and an illumination that could be seen for hundreds of miles. No one knows cause of the explosion. The explosion i
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