What is a Concept Checker? A Concept Checker is an interactive questioning tool designed to allow students to check their understanding of a concept that we hope has emerged from an online activity such as a Physics simulation. But that's just our way of describing it. Why don't you check them out yourself and see what you think of them?

   

Concept Checkers for the Physics Interactives

We currently have Concept Checkers for the following topics:
 

 

 

Kinematics

None available at this time. But we do have two Interactives - Name That Motion and Graph That Motion - with Task Tracker built right into the Interactive. Check them out in the Physics Interactives section.
 


 

Newton's Laws of Motion

Rocket Sled

Force

Skydiving

Elevator Ride

(Additionally, our Free-Body Diagram Interactive has Task Tracker code built right into the Interactive. Check it out at the Physics Interactives section.)
 



 

Vectors and Projectiles


 

Forces in Two Dimensions

None available at this time. But we do have two Interactives - Balance It! and Go For The Gold - with Task Tracker built right into the Interactive. Check them out in the Physics Interactives section.
 


 

Momentum and Collisions


 

Work and Energy

It's All Uphill

Stopping Distance

Roller Coaster Model

(Additionally, our Chart That Motion Interactive has Task Tracker code built right into the Interactive. Check it out at the Physics Interactives section.)
 


 

Circular Motion and Gravitation

 


 

Rotation and Balance

None available at this time.

 


 

Static Electricity

Aluminum Can Polarization

Charging

Coulomb's Law

Electric FIeld Lines

(Additionally, our Name That Charge Interactive has Task Tracker code built right into the Interactive. Check it out at the Physics Interactives section.)




 

Electric Circuits

 


 

Waves and Sound

 


 

Light and Color

RGB Color Addition

Painting With CMY

Stage Lighting

Filtering Away

(Additionally, our Young's Experiment Interactive has Task Tracker code built right into the Interactive. Check it out at the Physics Interactives section.)
 


 

Reflection and Mirrors

Who Can See Who?

Optics Bench - Concave Mirrors

(Additionally, our Name That Image Interactive has Task Tracker code built right into the Interactive. Check it out at the Physics Interactives section.)
 


 

Refraction and Lenses



 







 



 


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