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In this conference presentation, the authors describe two examples of students having difficulty constructing an understanding of quantum mechanics due to an erroneous model of classical physics. For each example, the...
This simulation shows a chain reaction. The visitor can introduce a neutron and observe how it produces an additional reaction or escapes. The chain reaction can be paused in order to analyze the process.
This is the web site home for the Teacher Leaders in Research Based Science Education (TLRBSE) program supported by the National Optical Astronomy Observatory. It is designed to retain and renew middle and high school...
This article describes the need for improved physics education of K-12 teachers and suggests "Curriculum S" as a possible partial solution. "Curriculum S" or Curriculum synthesis intends to serve students who want to...
This essay describes the influence that the pendulum had on Galileo's thinking and science. It also discusses the use of a pendulum to measure time. This is a part of The Galileo Project, an extensive web site on the...
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