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The Physics

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1-D Kinematics

Newton's Laws

Vectors - Motion and Forces in Two Dimensions

Momentum and Its Conservation

Work, Energy, and Power

Circular Motion and Planetary Motion

Static Electricity

Current Electricity

Waves

Sound Waves and Music

Light Waves and Color

Reflection and the Ray Model of Light

Refraction and the Ray Model of Light

 

 

 

Your feedback concerning this resource is extremely valued. An effort is made to keep up with all user feedback via electronic mail. Suggestions and constructive criticism is pondered and evaluated and often leads to the revision of pages. Any corrections which need to be made are always eventually made.

 

I am frequently inundated with electronic mail from students from other schools seeking help concerning physics. I teach nearly 150 students and find it difficult keeping up with that load of students. As such, it is not possible for me to address student questions concerning physics, physics projects, and other resources on the web. There are likely answers to all these student questions (and in many instances, they can be found in the pages of The Physics Classroom Tutorial), there just isn't enough time in a day for me to respond to student requests for information and futher explanations.

 

On occassion, I receive email from teachers wanting to know more about this resource and its use in the physics classroom. I am always interested in sharing my experiences, though on occassion am limited in regards to time. I do respond to such requests and I am also able to direct such teachers to the Glenbrook South physics site to witness first hand how the internet is being effectively used in the physics classroom.

 

 

Email: thenderson@glenbrook.k12.il.us

 

 

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