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Publication Date: June 5, 2104
Tracker video analysis that looks at Flash from the TV series and Quicksilver from the X-Men movie to estimate which one is faster. A discussion of the kinematics of the two…
  
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W. Christian, AAPT 2018 Summer Meeting (2018).
Copyright: January 1, 2018
Science is a universal activity and interdisciplinary and international collaborations are common in traditional research but less so in education because teaching material is…
JavaScript Physlets  [ Conference Proceedings ]
  
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W. Christian, NC AAPT Fall Section Meeting 2018 (2018).
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Physlets are a widely used teaching resource developed at Davidson College consisting of scriptable Java applets designed to simulate a wide variety of physical phenomena. Within the…
  
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W. Christian, APS April Meeting 2017 (2017).
Copyright: January 1, 2017
This presentation in the Online Communities Supporting Physics Education Session describes open source curricular material for students and teachers who have different skills and…
Next Generation Open Source Physics Simulations  [ Conference Proceedings ]
  
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W. Christian, AAPT Summer Meeting 2017 (2017).
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This talk describes innovative uses of the Easy Java/JavaScript Simulations (EJS) modeling and authoring tool to enable students, teachers and curriculum developers to bridge the gap…
  
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W. Christian, GIREP 2016 (2016).
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This presentation describes open source curricular material for students and teachers who have different skills and varying levels of preparation. Learning how to run the “software…
  
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A weak spring is connected at one end to a rotor turning at constant angular velocity. The spring extends to a stretched length as determined by the spring mass, rest length, spring…
  
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D. Brown and W. Christian, Edulab@AST Workshop (2015).
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Material from a 4-day hands-on Edulab@AST workshop that introduced teachers to the Tracker video analysis and modeling tool and the Easy Java/JavaScript Simulations (EjsS) authoring…
Making Quantum Mechanics Visual and Interactive  [ Conference Proceedings ]
  
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W. Christian, Multimedia in Physics Teaching and Learning (2015).
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This presentation describes class-tested curricular material that use interactive Open Source Physics (OSP) based curricular material in support the teaching of quantum mechanics.…
  
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F. Esquembre and F. Garcia Clemente, XXVI IUPAP Conference on Computational Physics, 28 (2014).
Publication Date: August 14, 2014
Motivation is a powerful tool to help students learn. And being able to simulate Physics phenomena on tablets can be a great motivation for Computational Physics students. We…
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