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This resource is an interactive student tutorial on electricity designed to support secondary physical science courses. It is organized into sequenced headings that each contain…
Coulomb's Law and Electric Field Package  [ Computer Program ]
  
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This resource is a collection of EJS (Easy Java Simulation) models of electrostatics. Students can move charges around and see the force, observe the electric field generated by…
  
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This web site contains a set of 12 inquiry-based modules for grades 8-12 on materials science, chromatics, electricity, and season changes. Each module is aligned with national…
  
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This Java simulation allows users to explore resistance in a simple circuit. Variables such as resistance and voltage can be adjusted to see the effect on the amp and power output…
  
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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 electric circuits, appropriate for high school introductory physics. The problems will give students practice…
  
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This interactive java application gives students a virtual circuit simulator for building ac and dc circuits. Wires, batteries, resistors, light bulbs, capacitors, inductors, and…
  
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This item is a lesson plan for grades K-2 on the topic of energy. As children probe the importance of turning off battery-operated objects, they build understanding of consumption of…
  
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This web page contains links to 17 science Units developed for grades 4-8. Included are such diverse topics as astronomy, electricity, sound and music, energy, light, magnets, simple…
  
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This item is a simple interactive simulation that depicts voltage amplitude in a simple direct current generator. By using the mouse to change the frequency of the current, the user…
  
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This item is a beginning tutorial on generators and motors, appropriate for introductory high school physics. Fully illustrated, it explains how current flows through a conductor and…
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