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Teaching Energy in Introductory Physics
Grade Level: Grades 10-12

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Squishy Circuits
Squishy Circuits
HUGELY fun activity to introduce younger kids to electric circuits. "Squishy" dough is quickly made from scratch. Start with a simple series circuit and go…

Technology Tools

Mobile Device Models
Mobile Device Models
Turn your smartphone into a robust tool for data collection! This resource provides 8 simulations that use a mobile device accelerometer to sense motion.

Teaching Modules

Physics for the 21st Century: Gravity
In many ways the dominant force in the universe, gravity is also the weakest of the four forces known in nature. This multimedia module for high school explores gravity through video clips, animations, written text, and interactive tutorial.

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