David E. Pritchard,
John Belcher, and
This collection of mechanics problems provide real-world examples of applications of physics. Each problem contains a description of an event or experiment with data. Students are asked questions to explore and explain the situation. Each of the problems in the collection are described by their topic, concept, and difficulty.
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A link to the Context Rich Problem web site developed by University of Minnesota. Included is an on-line archive of context-rich problems, how to create and use such problems in the classroom, and related research on student outcomes.