The Minds On Physics Internet Modules utilize a collection of carefully crafted questions to improve students' conceptions of physics. Interactive Shockwave files have been combined with web-based instructional resources to engage students in an exercise in thinking, reflecting and learning. Students will enjoy using these for practice and teachers can use them as homework assignments.
Our latest project is just beginning to roll out - an app version of Minds On Physics for mobile devices. Users of smart phones, tablets, and Chromebooks will soon be able to use this awesome program on their devices. It is a redo of our popular Minds On Physics Internet Modules ... on steroids. Learn about our exciting project and purchase and install the apps as they become ready. The Android App is already published for Part 1 of the program.
With problems, answers and solutions, The Calculator Pad offers the beginning student of physics the opportunity to conquer the most dreaded part of a physics course - physics word problems. Each problem is accompanied by a concealed answer which can be revealed by clicking a button. And each audio-guided solution not only explains how to solve the particular problem, but describes habits which can be adopted for solving any problem.
A collection of pages with questions and answers/explanations which serve as reviews or practice. Each review complements a chapter from The Physics Classroom Tutorial.
A variety of question-and-answer pages which target specific concepts and skills. Topics range from the graphical analysis of motion and drawing free body diagrams to a discussion of vectors and vector addition.
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