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This AAPT Lesson Plan for Grades 6-9 explores pitch, frequency, amplitude, and resonance phenomena through hands-on activities. It blends digital modeling of wave phenomena with…
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L. Kasper, P. Vogt, and C. Strohmeyer; Publisher: American Association of Physics Teachers, Phys. Teach., 53 (1), 52-53 (2014).
The opportunity to plot oscillograms and frequency spectra with smartphones creates many options for experiments in acoustics, including several that have been described in this…
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M. Hirth, J. Kuhn, and A. Müller; Publisher: American Association of Physics Teachers, Phys. Teach., 53 (3), 120-121 (2015).
Recent articles about smartphone experiments have described their applications as experimental tools in different physical contexts. They have established that smartphones facilitate…
Sound: An Interactive EBook  [ Book ]
  
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This ComPADRE ebook consists of 33 interactive simulations which require the reader to click buttons, move sliders, etc. in order to answer questions about the behavior of waves and…
Creating Electronic Books with JavaScript Simulations  [ Conference Proceedings ]
  
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L. Wee, 20th International Conference on Multimedia in Physics Teaching and Learning (2015).
This paper describes the tools, design principles, and modeling pedagogy used to create an electronic book in ePub 3 format using the Easy Java/JavaScript Simulations modeling tool.…
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L. Wee, T. Lee, C. Chew, D. Wong, and S. Tan, Phys. Educ., 50 (2), 189-196.
This paper reports a computer model- simulation created using Easy Java Simulation (EJS) for learners to visualize how the steady-state amplitude of a driven oscillating system…
  
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The driven harmonic oscillator is a standard physics model and the Driven Simple Harmonic Oscillator Comparison JavaScript Model displays 51 such oscillators with different natural…
  
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L. Wee, The World Conference on Physics Education, 26 (2012).
A paper from the 2012 World Congress on Physics Education that describes how Singapore teachers have benefited from the OSP community's work. The article describes computer models…
  
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L. Wee, 2012 Winter Meeting Ontario, 4 (2012).
A paper from the 2012 Winter Meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers that describes how Easy Java Simulations is used in Singapore to promote computer-based…