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written by Edward F. Redish
This website contains a series of peer instruction problems on kinematics, designed to be solved in a classroom setting. The problems are presented with a qualitative (usually multiple choice) question that is carefully constructed to engage student difficulties with fundamental concepts.  Students consider the problem individually and contribute their answers using personal response systems (clickers).  Students then confer with their cooperative groups and vote again on the correct response.  Topics covered include displacement, velocity, average velocity, speed, and interpreting position and velocity graphs.

This problem set is part of the Physics Suite collection, containing sample problems, peer instruction problems, and alternative homework sets.  See Related Materials on this page for a link to the author's free online book that explains the principles and pedagogy behind The Physics Suite and provides in-depth instructions for the physics teacher.
Subjects Levels Resource Types
Classical Mechanics
- General
- Motion in One Dimension
= Acceleration
= Position & Displacement
= Velocity
Education Practices
- Active Learning
= Cooperative Learning
= Peer Instruction
- Technology
= Audience Response
- Lower Undergraduate
- High School
- Collection
- Instructional Material
= Activity
= Best practice
= Problem/Problem Set
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© 2004 University of Maryland PERG
Keywords:
PIPs, acceleration, average velocity, classroom questions, clicker questions, displacement, graph interpretation, graphing, graphs, in-class questions, speed, velocity
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Metadata instance created July 15, 2008 by Christopher Allen
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March 5, 2010 by Lyle Barbato
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July 15, 2007
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E. Redish, (2004), WWW Document, (http://www.physics.umd.edu/perg/role/PIProbs/K.htm).
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E. Redish, Physics Suite Peer Instruction Problems: Kinematics, (2004), <http://www.physics.umd.edu/perg/role/PIProbs/K.htm>.
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Redish, E. (2007, July 15). Physics Suite Peer Instruction Problems: Kinematics. Retrieved November 28, 2014, from http://www.physics.umd.edu/perg/role/PIProbs/K.htm
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Redish, Edward F.. Physics Suite Peer Instruction Problems: Kinematics. July 15, 2007. http://www.physics.umd.edu/perg/role/PIProbs/K.htm (accessed 28 November 2014).
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Redish, Edward F.. Physics Suite Peer Instruction Problems: Kinematics. 2004. 15 July 2007. 28 Nov. 2014 <http://www.physics.umd.edu/perg/role/PIProbs/K.htm>.
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This is a freely accessible online book by the author that explains the  principles and pedagogy behind The Physics Suite and in-depth instructions for its use in the introductory physics classroom.

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