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University of Minnesota Physics Education Research Group, K. Heller, and P. Heller
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This page provides a set of 6 context-rich physics problems relating to magnetic force and field, appropriate for the second half of a two-year high school physics program. The…
  
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This item is an interactive Java tutorial that simulates the movement of free electrons when voltage is applied across a conductor. As the user adjusts the current flow, the…
  
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This item is an interactive java simulation that demonstrates the relationship among current, voltage, and resistance. As resistance and voltage are adjusted up or down, the current…
  
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This page is a simulation-based tutorial on resistance, the property of a substance that impedes the flow of electric current. It contains three interactive simulations: one allows…
  
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MicroWorlds is a web site containing a set of educational resources highlighting research in materials sciences at Berkeley Lab's Advanced Light Source (ALS). The ALS is a national…
  
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This mobile-friendly computational model lets students explore resistance in a wire. It presents the Resistivity Equation and allows you to change the values for resistivity, length…
  
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This multidisciplinary lesson for Grades 9-12 integrates Biology and Physics as students model signal transmission along an "axon" by sending a small electric current through a vinyl…
  
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This 90-minute activity features six interactive molecular models to explore the relationships among voltage, current, and resistance. Students start at the atomic level to explore…
  
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In this high school lab, students design and build one of the basic circuits of electrical engineering: the voltage divider -- a form of linear circuit capable of producing a wide…
  
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Squishy Circuits was developed to teach K-8 school children about circuit electricity by letting them build circuits from a PlayDoh-like substance. There are two simple recipes for…
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