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In this video game, students finish the design of a catapult and choose the size of a rock so that when thrown, it will... see more

A huge collection of tutorials, with detailed explanations and applets, all hyperlinked with each other to create what is... see more

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

This inquiry based resource is a designated Learning Fountain, Blue Web'n and Landmark Project and listed in the ISTE and... see more

A resource site for those interested in implementing The Modeling Workshop program, an approach to physics instruction... see more

This is a stand alone rescourse about Light and Mirrors.  Introduces Law of Reflection, how mirrors form images and the... see more

A large collection of tutorials on basic physics principles.

From the author: "The SMILE program is designed to enhance the elementary and high school learning of Science and... see more

A large resource for physics teachers, especiallly at the high school level. Includes news, articles,projects, and a... see more

In this activity students will be constructing roller coasters using the iPad App Coaster Physics that would be a... see more

A complete online course in introductory physics, in PDF format.

Online textbook for beginning physics students, covering introductory mechanics. Includes quizzes with solutions.

A nontechnical resource guide on the life and work of Galileo Galilei, put together to help celebrate the 400th... see more

This lesson was designed to help students understand the meaning of the term acceleration in physics.  As a part of this... see more

This issue of the "Universe in the Classroom" newsletter from the Astronomical Society of the Pacific explores the... see more

Water Screen is a discrepant event, or short experiment, that demonstrates the properties of cohesion and surface... see more