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This site has links to a series of applets relating to physics. The subjects include topics in mechanics, oscillations and waves, electrodynamics, optics, thermodynamics, relativity,…
  
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This outline of a presentation given by Paul Doherty describes the history and phenomena of magnetism. It covers information from the basics of magnetic materials through geo- and…
  
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This web site provides technology-based resources and information for physics education. Simulations on a wide range of topics are available, including Newton's Laws, electricity,…
  
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Crocodile Clips physics tools have been discontinued, and replaced by Yenka simulation and modeling software. Yenka tools can open some of the legacy Crocodile files.
  
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This Exploratorium collection provides simple experiments, or "snacks", on electricity, magnetism, circuits, and motors. Students can explore electrostatics, current, magnetism,…
  
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This is an online physics course on electricity and magnetism for elementary and middle school teachers. The course covers circuits, magnetic materials, and magnetic fields. This is…
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This lesson for high school physics introduces the concept of energy in magnetic fields through use of a phone app and NASA video and image sets. Students use the magnetometer in the…
The Physics Teacher
  
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C. Wieman, W. Adams, T. Loeblein, and K. Perkins, Phys. Teach., 48 (4), 225-227 (2010).
PhET Interactive Simulations (sims) are now being widely used in teaching physics and chemistry. Sims can be used in many different educational settings, including lecture,…
  
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This lesson plan for Grades 8-12 promotes understanding of Ohm's Law. It combines hands-on circuit construction with data capture and best-fit data plotting tasks. It was…
  
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This module for Grades 5-9 asks students to apply knowledge of electric circuits in designing a system where one switch can turn on multiple lights. It provides a hands-on…
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