*intro classical* Practices

4 Practices are tagged with "*intro classical*"

#### A Welcome to Let's Code Physics

March 17, 2021 by W. Brian LaneThe Let's Code Physics YouTube channel has many tutorials freely available for you to integrate into your physics course. Designed for physics courses of any level, these tutorials introduce physics concepts and computational methods together to help your students explore interesting problems that would otherwise remain inaccessible.

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#### Introducing Computation: A Laboratory Approach

November 4, 2020 by Kevin Adkins & Jennifer BirrielIntroductory physics lectures are generally short on time and finding time to integrate computation isn't trivial. One alternative is to move the computational exercises to the laboratory portion of the course and replace a few traditional labs with computational labs covering the same material. Here, we describe our computational laboratory implementation and present two complete exercises.

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#### Spreadsheet Computation in Introductory Physics Labs

July 24, 2020 by Jennifer Birriel & Ignacio BirrielIntegrating computation into first year physics courses can be a challenge, especially given the students' comfort with programming. One solution is to integrate spreadsheet computation in your labs for data reduction and analysis. You can connect the language of computation with common spreadsheet terminology. Computation with spreadsheets is advantageous because Excel is widely available.

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#### Capture, Code, Compare: Integrating computational modeling with video analysis

March 9, 2020 by W. Brian LaneCapture, Code, Compare activities combine hand-on labs with computer modeling. Students use video tracking to capture the motion of an object, code a model that reproduces the behavior of the physical system, then compare the quantitative results of the video analysis with the results from the computer model. I'll go through an example of one of my activities in an introductory mechanics course.

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