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Incorporating Computation and Modeling into Physics and Astronomy Teaching

AAPT and APS Event
Jun 25, 2012 - Jun 28, 2012 in College Park MD

Presentation at the Workshop for New Physics and Astronomy Faculty
American Center for Physics, College Park, Maryland

Over the past dozen years Davidson College has produced some of the most widely used interactive curricular materials for the teaching of introductory and advanced physics courses.  These materials are based on Java applets called Physlets and the new Open Source Physics (OSP) programs and applications.  Participants are encouraged to bring laptops with a CD drive to the breakout sessions for hands-on explorations of this curricular material.

Partial funding was provided by NSF grant DUE-0442581.

The shared folder with resources for this talk is at:
but if you are logged into ComPADRE, use instead:

The OSP Network:
Open Source Physics - Tracker - EJS Modeling
Physlet Physics
Physlet Quantum Physics