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Video Modeling with Tracker  [ Conference Proceedings ]
  
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D. Brown, AAPT 2009 Summer Meeting (2009).
The Tracker video analysis and modeling program enables students to create simple particle model simulations based on Newton's laws and to compare their behavior directly with that…
  
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D. Brown, AAPT 2007 Summer Meeting (2007).
In Spring 2007, introductory mechanics students at Cabrillo College used Tracker to compare 2D particle models with videos of real-world motion. After doing a traditional motion…
Computation in the Classroom  [ Conference Proceedings ]
  
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A. Cox, APS March Meeting (2009).
Abstract: There are many resources available to instructors who wish to better integrate computational physics into the undergraduate curriculum, but it is difficult find and sort…
The Physics Teacher
  
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D. Brown and A. Cox, Phys. Teach., 47 (3), 145-150 (2009).
The paper Innovative Uses of Video Analysis describes several new video analysis and computational modeling experiments in mechanics, optics and thermal physics made possible by…
Physics Today
  
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C. Singh, M. Belloni, and W. Christian, Phys. Today, 59 (8), 43-49 (2006).
This paper describes the current educational research on the teaching and learning of quantum mechanics.
EJS and Java Concepts  [ Book Section ]
  
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In order to study the relation between Ejs and Java, we build time in-dependent and time dependent function plotters from scratch. We introduce common data types including objects…
EjsS Manual Ch 02: Exploring Java EjsS  [ Book Section ]
  
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Chapter 02 of the EjsS Manual provides a step-by-step overview of EjsS for Java-based modeling. We first load, inspect, and run an existing simple harmonic oscillator simulation. We…
Ejs Intro 1D Motion Lab Model  [ Computer Program ]
  
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The Introductory Physics 1D Motion Lab program asks students to develop a model for a ball moving vertically under the influence of gravity. It is distributed as a ready-to-run…
Computing in Science and Engineering
  
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M. Belloni, W. Christian, and D. Brown, Comp. Sci. Eng., 9 (4), 24-31 (2007).
The Open Source Physics Curricular Material paper describes the interactive curricular material created as part of the Open Source Physics project for the teaching and learning of…
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W. Christian and F. Esquembre, Phys. Teach., 45 (10), 475-480 (2007).
The paper Modeling Physics with Easy Java Simulations describes the use of the Easy Java Simulations (Ejs) modeling and authoring tool and shows how this tool can be used to teach…
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