Editor selections by Topic and Unit

The Physics Front is a free service provided by the AAPT in partnership with the NSF/NSDL.

Search Results

You may use the options below to change your display:
Alter display preferences

The following options can help you tailor your search display:

results per page
Restricted to General Topic: Classical Mechanics
Restricted to Specific Topic: Newton's Third Law
Close your folders

Refine your search


Narrow your results

By Subject:

By Resource Type:

By Course Type:

By Physics Front Category:

By Context:
  • (9)
  • (21)
  • (38)
  • (22)

By Collection:


|  Next >>   
Results #1-#10 of 42
sort by: relevance | subject | date | title | author
  
Match Score:
100
Byline:
T. Henderson; Publisher: The Physics Classroom
Item Types:
Activity
Material for a New Teacher
Post a comment | Relations | Standards
This interactive tutorial from The Physics Classroom offers a detailed exploration of Newton's Third Law of Motion. The two-part resource also provides an in-depth look at…
  
Match Score:
100
Byline:
L. Dukerich and J. Jackson
Item Types:
Activity
Assessment
Laboratory
Material for a New Teacher
Post a comment | Relations
This item is an educator's guide for teaching a unit on the topic of Newton's First and Third Laws. It is intended to give high school teachers support for developing a…
  
Match Score:
100
Byline:
R. Hake
Item Types:
Activity
Laboratory
Assessment
Material for a New Teacher
Post a comment | Relations | Standards
This page contains a full lab procedural on the topic of Newton's First and Third Laws of motion and force-motion-vector diagrams. Special attention is focused on the "touch-body"…
  
Match Score:
100
Byline:
Editor: R. Teese; Publisher: Rochester Institute of Technology
Item Types:
Activity
Lesson Plan
Laboratory
Material for a New Teacher
Post a comment | Relations
This is a short Quicktime video of a cart moving from left to right colliding with a stationary cart. Mass is varied in each video so that three elastic collisions and three…
  
Match Score:
100
Byline:
E. Redish; Publisher: University of Maryland Physics Education Research Group
Item Types:
Assessment
Material for a New Teacher
Post a comment | Relations
This is a collection of introductory physics problems on topics in forces and dynamics. The questions are designed for active learning classrooms and are built around research on…
  
Match Score:
100
Byline:
Publisher: University of Calgary
Item Type:
Activity
Post a comment
This web page contains an interactive simulation on conservation of momentum. Users may choose from two views: a pair of ice skaters pushing off from each other or a model of two…
  
Match Score:
100
Byline:
G. Gladding; Publisher: University of llinois Physics Education Research Group
Item Types:
Activity
Assessment
Material for a New Teacher
Post a comment | Relations
This interactive problem for introductory physics features two blocks of differing mass connected by a string over an ideal pulley located at the edge of a table. Students must…
  
Match Score:
100
Byline:
F. Hwang
Item Type:
Activity
Post a comment
In this applet, a frictionless ramp of mass m2 is initially at rest on a horizontal frictionless surface. A small box of mass m1 is placed at the top of the ramp and then released…
  
Match Score:
100
Byline:
G. Elert
Item Types:
Activity
Assessment
Material for a New Teacher
Post a comment
This item is a high school-level assessment to gauge understanding of using diagrams to predict outcomes in systems set to collide. It is intended for use within a unit on the…
  
Match Score:
100
Byline:
D. Stern
Item Types:
Lesson Plan
Activity
Laboratory
Material for a New Teacher
Post a comment | Relations
This series of web pages, part of "From Stargazers to Starships," describes Newton's three laws of motion and the two concepts on which they are based, force and inertia. A lesson…
|  Next >>   
Results #1-#10 of 42