A collection of classroom ready worksheets for use by teachers with their classes. Pages are synchronized to readings from The Physics Classroom Tutorial and to assignments of The Minds On Physics Internet Modules. And now teachers can purchase the Solutions Guide CD containing complete answers, explanations and solutions to all worksheets. This is a section of great usefulness to teachers and of little interest to students.
Writing good tests and quizzes for your physics class just got a whole lot easier! With The Physics Classroom's Question Bank CD, physics teachers can quickly put together multiple choice and free-response quizzes and tests that target concepts discussed at The Physics Classroom website. The Question Bank is available for purchase as a CD resource. Use of the CD requires the Microsoft Word application.
Our newest section, the NGSS Corner assists teachers of Physics and Physical Science in aligning their curricula with the Next Generation Science Standards. Numerous resources are identified and their alignment with the NGSS is described.
The Teacher Toolkits provide teachers with packages of online resources (simulations, movies, animations, demonstration ideas, etc.) that are organized around a topic and a set of learning objectives. These resources, when combined with the numerous resources on our own site, allow teachers to plan high-quality, engaging instruction and to map out a curriculum that is NGSS-based.
The Science Reasoning Center includes teacher-friendly and classroom-ready resources for culturing your students' science reasoning skills. A resource CD is also offered to assist you in your efforts to develop a plan that both improves and assesses your students' abilities to interpret data, analyze experiments, and evaluate models and theories.
While you explore the approximately 150 labs here at The Laboratory, you will likely generate some questions about how they are used and how you can use them. This page, and the pages it links to, are hoped to provide some answers to those questions.
The Photo Gallery provides teachers a toolbox of physics-relevant photos from the wealth of photos on Flickr. The Photo Gallery offers teachers three things: access to photos, organized by topic; a collection of nearly 30 galleries; and an invitation to join this exciting project of capturing and sharing physics phenomenon with a camera. Of course, students are welcome to participate as well.