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View Resource Transition Mathematics Project

The Transitions Math Project (TMP) aims to transition students in high school math to college-level math, without having to take remedial level math courses once they get to college. According to their site, "Twenty-two percent of college freshman need a remedial course in mathematics. In 2- year colleges the problem is even more acute." Visitors will learn in the "History" section of the "About...

View Resource Physics To Go Videos

Physics can be taught in a number of ways, and these short videos are a nice way to hook students into the discipline. These particular videos were created by the Physics in Society team at the Institute of Physics, and their goal is "to inspire people of all ages about physics." There are nineteen videos here, and each one features a demonstration, along with information about the required...

View Resource The Institute of Physics: Content Tailored for Teachers

The Institute of Physics, based in London, has created this page for teachers looking for high-quality resources to help students learn about the basic principles and laws of physics. First-time visitors should click on the Resources for the Classroom section in the middle of the page. Here they will find interactive web-based activities and teaching tools like Practical Physics, SimPhysics, and...

View Resource Teaching Advanced Physics

Maintained by staff members at the Institute of Physics, the Teaching Advanced Physics (TAP) website provides a wealth of resources designed to help teach physics to advanced high school and college students. The materials here are divided into seven sections, including Electricity, Mechanics, Vibrations and waves, and Energy. Within each of these sections, visitors will find smaller "episodes"...

View Resource Institute of Physics: Education

The Institute of Physics (IOP), which boasts a worldwide membership of over 50,000, has put together an excellent Education section on its website. Here readers will find curriculum development initiatives, professional development courses, and other helpful resources. Readers may like to start by choosing one of the categories on the landing page, which are broadly divided by career level or...

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