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 Newton's Laws This page consists of a lists of activities relating to Newton's Laws. Created by David Willey at the University of Pittsburgh, these activities include a bowling ball pendulum, human air puck, a table cloth and crockery, a sewing hoop, an egg and a sheet and bicycle wheel gyroscope. This is a nice set on interactive lesson plans for physics instructors. Willey provides a brief description of... http://www.pitt.edu/~dwilley/Show/newton.html
 Can You Explain This? - Conceptual Exercises for Physics Students This workbook of conceptual exercises, created by Christopher Wozny of Waycross College, covers the material from introductory physics. It is written to help students understand important physics concepts and principles and to help them develop the problem-solving skills needed to solve conceptual exercises consistently and correctly. Each chapter examines a different topic and has three... http://tycphysics.org/ATE_Major_Projects/ConceptExer_Wozny/D...
 Newton's Second Law of Motion Authored by Cynthia D'Souza of the De La Salle Institute, this lab is intended to verify Newton's Second Law of motion by (a) subjecting a body to multiples of a force; (b) subjecting two bodies to the same force and qualitatively describing what happens; then quantitatively, the acceleration produced by a gentle ramp. Data is collected, analyzed and graphed. This appearance was this website... http://mypages.iit.edu/~smile/ph9527.html
 Physics Demonstrations The teaching of physics is clearly enhanced by the use of demonstrations. Visual examples of abstract concepts aid immeasurably in their mastery. They also provide an opportunity to illustrate the scientific method and to teach the student to relate experimental observation to scientific theory. Experiments represent the means by which scientific knowledge has advanced so rapidly in modern times.... http://sprott.physics.wisc.edu/demobook/INTRO.htm
 Council on Undergraduate Research The Council on Undergraduate Research is a national professional organization with more than 3,500 members representing over 850 institutions in seven academic divisions. Serving faculty and administrators at primarily undergraduate institutions in the sciences, CUR encourages the development of undergraduate research programs by generating awareness and national support. http://www.cur.org/
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