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Educational physics applets designed to be scripted in JavaScript for use in quizzes, homework problems, and Just in Time... see more

The Assessing-to-Learn Physics (A2L) web site contains a library of questions and problems for classroom use. Questions... see more

Resources for Advanced Placement Physics: Lesson plans, syllabus, tutorials, interactive problem solving, simulations,... see more

This web page contains a collection of 36 physics experiments and activities that can all be performed using inexpensive... see more

The Open Source Physics (OSP) project seeks to create and distribute curricular material for physics computation and... see more

The PADs are a set of Java applets that allow students to respond to questions on the web by drawing a diagram or making... see more

This web site contains a series of online presentations of physics topics that include videos, animations, and tutorial... see more

This extensive collection of scripted physlets covers introductory physics materials from kinematics through electricity... see more

This page links to collections of physics problems created for teachers and education researchers by the University of... see more

'NBC Learn and NBC Sports, in partnership with the National Science Foundation, explore the engineering and technology... see more

This web site has hundreds of physics related Java Applets on topics in mechanics, thermodynamics, electricity and... see more

A collection of guides to various Aeronautic principles including Aerodynamics, Model Rockets, Kites, Airfoils, Aircraft,... see more

Aimed at creating laboratory and computer-based materials to support a learning environment where students take primary... see more

The Fear of Physics Web site contains more than twenty interactive physics related activities. Everything from things... see more

This site contains a collection of Introductory and Advanced Java Applets for primarily physics topics.

A set of more than 20 scientifically accurate, easily understandable, user friendly educational applets. These applets... see more

A collection of downloadable simulation software for physics, for both the PC and the MAC.

PIRA (the Physics Instructional Resource Association) exists to serve the needs of Physics Instructional Support... see more

This is the beginning of a collection of drawings that are free for educational uses. The drawings are designed to be... see more

Educational and entertaining items pertaining to physics, to the mathematical sciences, and to mathematics in general.... see more

MIT Open Courseware materials in physics. Courses provided cover all levels from introductory to advanced graduate.  

A collection of links to educational science sites, sorted by grade level, starting with Kindergarten.

The Science of Information Technology (ScIT) is a course taught at Rensselaer since 1999 which adresses the scientific... see more

Exhibits and other online resources for history of physics and allied fields.