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Car Race Model  [ Computer Program ]
  
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The Car Race model is a Java-based simulation that will help students visualize the difference between constant velocity and constant acceleration. It features the classic physics…
Sliding Down an Incline Plane Model  [ Computer Program ]
  
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This interactive simulation shows a stone block lying at rest on an inclined plane. Initially, the component of gravity along the plane surface is exceeded by the force of static…
  
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This page contains a set of 21 problems (with solutions) on motion and forces, designed to support an introductory physics curriculum. Topics encompass kinematics, vector algebra,…
  
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C. Cyr; Editor: C. Viger; Publisher: Collegial Centre for Educational Materials Development
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This item is an experiential learning activity for introductory physics relating to conservation of energy and gravitational potential energy. In this scenario, students are given a…
  
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This item is Part 2 of a two-part experiential learning activity for beginning physics students relating to Newton's Second Law and net force. The problem presents a mock space…
  
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This item is an experiential learning activity for beginning physics students relating to the universal law of gravitation. This scenario involves Spacecraft Galilei, which is…
  
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C. Sandifer, PERC 2004 Proceedings, 141-144.
This study investigated small-group discussions in an inquiry-based middle school science classroom. The purpose of the study was to determine the teacher and curriculum factors that…
  
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In this interactive simulation, users collide two balls traveling along a line to investigate whether momentum and kinetic energy are conserved in the collision. Values for mass,…
  
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This simulation offers users the opportunity to sketch free-body diagrams relating to a one-dimensional situation. Two boxes are stacked one atop the other. The bottom box rests on…
  
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This item is a chapter on Newton's First Law and inertia from "The Book of Phyz," a free educator's guide to teaching introductory high school physics. It features easily-understood…
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