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This website provides hands-on classroom activities reviewing and studying Newton's laws. It also links physics studies with other subjects, such as language arts and mathematics. The site also includes links to physics...
This page, authored by Robert Hatch of the University of Florida, provides a lesson plan for middle or high school students studying Newton's laws and its corollaries. The page provides, foremost, a series of activities...
These lesson plans were developed by Thirteen Ed Online master teachers. Starting with tried-and-true lessons that work in the classroom, web-savvy teachers have built web-based activities that use the rich resources of...
Modern physics can be a curious beast indeed, and it is "full of ideas that are weird, counterintuitive and wondrous." So goes the introduction to this most engaging online course site provided by the Tufts...
On this interactive site, visitors with a penchant for velocity-time graphs, kinematics, and the world of motion will be well-served. Created as part of "The Physics Classroom" portfolio of educational materials, this...
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