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TIPERs

TIPERs Author C. J. Hieggelke
ISBN-10 0132854589
Release 2013-12-17
Pages 427
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TIPERs: Sensemaking Tasks for Introductory Physics gives introductory physics students the type of practice they need to promote a conceptual understanding of problem solving. This supplementary text helps students to connect the physical rules of the universe with the mathematical tools used to express them. The exercises in this workbook are intended to promote sensemaking. The various formats of the questions are difficult to solve just by using physics equations as formulas. Students will need to develop a solid qualitative understanding of the concepts, principles, and relationships in physics. In addition, they will have to decide what is relevant and what isn't, which equations apply and which don't, and what the equations tell one about physical situations. The goal is that when students are given a physics problem where they are asked solve for an unknown quantity, they will understand the physics of the problem in addition to finding the answer.



Teaching introductory physics

Teaching introductory physics Author Arnold B. Arons
ISBN-10 0471137073
Release 1997
Pages 816
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This book is an invaluable resource for physics teachers. It contains an updated version of the author's A Guide to Introductory Physics Teaching (1990), Homework and Test Questions (1994), and a previously unpublished monograph "Introduction to Classical Conservation Laws".



Five Easy Lessons

Five Easy Lessons Author Randall D. Knight
ISBN-10 UOM:49015002930130
Release 2002
Pages 330
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Five Easy Lessons: Strategies for Successful Physics Teaching is a paperback book packed with creative tips on how instructors can enhance and improve their physics class instruction techniques. It's an invaluable companion to Randy Knight's Physics for Scientists and Engineers — or for any physics course.



Interactive Lecture Demonstrations Active Learning in Introductory Physics

Interactive Lecture Demonstrations  Active Learning in Introductory Physics Author David R. Sokoloff
ISBN-10 0471487740
Release 2006-09-18
Pages 374
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Interactive Lecture Demonstrations (ILDs) are designed to enhance conceptual learning in physics lectures through active engagement of students in the learning process. Students observe real physics demonstrations, make predictions about the outcomes on a prediction sheet, and collaborate with fellow students by discussing their predictions in small groups. Students then examine the results of the live demonstration (often displayed as real-time graphs using computer data acquisition tools), compare these results with their predictions, and attempt to explain the observed phenomena. ILDs are available for all of the major topics in the introductory physics course and can be used within the traditional structure of an introductory physics course. All of the printed materials needed to implement them are included in this book.



Homework and Test Questions for Introductory Physics Teaching

Homework and Test Questions for Introductory Physics Teaching Author Arnold B. Arons
ISBN-10 0471309311
Release 1994-02-21
Pages 279
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This collection is confined to an extremely fundamental level of subject matter common to the great majority of introductory physics courses. Questions range from simple to fairly sophisticated, extending over a variety of modes that emerge as essential components in the learning and understanding of physics. These modes include forming and applying basic concepts, operational definition, verbalization, connection of abstractions to everyday experience, checking for internal consistency and interpreting results.



C Programming From Problem Analysis to Program Design

C   Programming  From Problem Analysis to Program Design Author D. S. Malik
ISBN-10 9781337514491
Release 2017-05-24
Pages 50
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Learn how to program with C++ using today’s definitive choice for your first programming language experience -- C++ PROGRAMMING: FROM PROBLEM ANALYSIS TO PROGRAM DESIGN, 8E. D.S. Malik’s time-tested, user-centered methodology incorporates a strong focus on problem-solving with full-code examples that vividly demonstrate the hows and whys of applying programming concepts and utilizing C++ to work through a problem. Thoroughly updated end-of-chapter exercises, more than 20 extensive new programming exercises, and numerous new examples drawn from Dr. Malik’s experience further strengthen the reader’s understanding of problem solving and program design in this new edition. This book highlights the most important features of C++ 14 Standard with timely discussions that ensure this edition equips you to succeed in your first programming experience and well beyond. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.



Turning the World Inside Out and 174 Other Simple Physics Demonstrations

Turning the World Inside Out and 174 Other Simple Physics Demonstrations Author Robert Ehrlich
ISBN-10 0691023956
Release 1990
Pages 216
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Presents a collection of physics demonstrations that illustrate key concepts using easily accessible materials, with information providing a theoretical background for each demonstration



Ranking Task Exercises in Physics

Ranking Task Exercises in Physics Author Thomas L. O'Kuma
ISBN-10 013144851X
Release 2003
Pages 218
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This book features Ranking Task exercises - an innovative type of conceptual exercise that challenges readers to make comparative judgments about a set of variations on a particular physical situation. Two-hundred-and-eighteen exercises encourage readers to formulate their own ideas about the behavior of a physical system, correct any misconceptions they may have, and build a better conceptual foundation of physics. Covering as many topic domains in physics as possible, the book contains Kinematics Ranking Tasks, Force Ranking Tasks, Projectile and Other Two-Dimensional Motion Ranking Tasks, Work-Energy Ranking Tasks, Impulse-Momentum Ranking Tasks, Rotation Ranking Tasks, SHM and Properties of Matter Ranking Tasks, Heat and Thermodynamics Ranking Tasks, Electrostatics Ranking Tasks, DC Circuit Ranking Tasks, Magnetism and Electromagnetism Ranking Tasks, and Wave and Optics Ranking Tasks. For anyone who wants a better conceptual understanding of the many areas of physics.



Chaos and Nonlinear Dynamics

Chaos and Nonlinear Dynamics Author Robert C. Hilborn
ISBN-10 0198507232
Release 2000
Pages 650
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This is a comprehensive introduction to the exciting scientific field of nonlinear dynamics for students, scientists, and engineers, and requires only minimal prerequisites in physics and mathematics. The book treats all the important areas in the field and provides an extensive and up-to-date bibliography of applications in all fields of science, social science, economics, and even the arts.



Teaching Physics for the First Time

Teaching Physics for the First Time Author Jan Mader
ISBN-10 1931024103
Release 2008
Pages 396
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Hands-on activities (labs, demos, etc.) for the classroom, with lesson plans and teacher notes.



Physlet Physics

Physlet Physics Author Wolfgang Christian
ISBN-10 UCSD:31822033542333
Release 2004
Pages 326
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By now it is hard to imagine an instructor who has not heard the call to "teach with technology," as it has resounded through educational institutions and government agencies alike over the past several years. However, teaching with technology has often resulted in the use of technology for technology's sake and also often resulted in the development of tools that are not pedagogically sound. For example, consider PowerPoint lectures, which are a popular response to the "teach with technology" push. While PowerPoint lectures are more colorful, they are generally no more interactive than chalkboard lectures. The physics community has, to its credit, worked to use technology in a variety of highly interactive and effective ways including wireless classroom response systems that allow for in-class quizzing of students and MBLs (microcomputer-based laboratories) that free students from the drudgery of data collection so that they can spend more time understanding the underlying physical concepts. Into this we offerPhyslet Physics,a collection of ready-to-run interactive computer simulations designed with a sound use of pedagogy in mind. The aim ofPhyslet Physicsis to provide a resource for teaching that enhances student learning and interactive engagement. At the same time,Physlet Physicsis a resource flexible enough to be adapted to a variety of pedagogical strategies and local environments. Content Physlet Physicscontains a collection of exercises spanning the introductory physics sequence. These exercises use computer animations generated in Java applets to show physics content. We call these Java applets Physlets (Physics content simulated with Java applets). Every chapter ofPhyslet Physicscontains three quite different Physlet-based exercises:Illustrations, Explorations,andProblems. Illustrationsare designed to demonstrate physical concepts. Students need to interact with the Physlet, but the answers to the questions posed in the Illustration are given or are easily determined from interacting with it. Many Illustrations provide examples of physics applications. Other Illustrations are designed to introduce a particular concept or analytical tool. Typical uses of Illustrations would include "reading" assignments prior to class and classroom demonstrations. Explorationsare tutorial in nature. They provide some hints or suggest problem-solving strategies to students in working problems or understanding concepts. Some Explorations ask students to make a prediction and then check their predictions, explaining any differences between predictions and observations. Other Explorations require students to change parameters and observe the effect, asking students to develop, for themselves, certain physics relationships (equations). Typical uses of Explorations would be in group problem-solving and homework or pre-laboratory assignments. Explorations are also often useful asJust-In-Time Teachingexercises. To aid in the assignment of the Explorations, Exploration Worksheets are included on thePhyslet PhysicsCD. The Worksheets provide students with extra structure to aid in the completion of the Exploration and provide instructors with an easy way to assign Explorations. Problemsare interactive versions of the kind of exercises typically assigned for homework. They require the students to demonstrate their understanding without as much guidance as is given in the Explorations. They vary widely in difficulty, from exercises appropriate for high school physics students to exercises appropriate for calculus-based university physics students. Some Problems ask conceptual questions, while others require detailed calculations. Typical uses for the Problems would be for homework assignments, in-class concept questions, and group problem-solving sessions. Conditions of Use Instructors may not post the exercises fromPhyslet Physicson the Web without express written permission from the Publisher for the English language and from Wolfgang Christian and Mario Belloni for all other languages. As stated on the Physlets website, Physlets (that is, the applets themselves) are free for noncommercial use. Instructors are encouraged to author and post their own Physlet-based exercises. In doing so, the text and script of Physlets-based exercises must be placed in the public domain for noncommercial use. Please share your work! Authors who have written Physlet exercises and posted them on the Internet are encouraged to send us a short e-mail with a link to their exercises. Links will be posted on the Physlets page:http://webphysics.davidson.edu/applets/Applets.html. More details can be found on the Conditions of Use page on the CD. Web Resources In addition to the interactive curricular material in this book and CD, instructors may also wish to view thePhyslet Physics Instructor's Guideby Anne J. Cox and Melissa H. Dancy.The Physlet Physics Instructor's Guideas well as theExploration Worksheetsby Thomas M. Colbert are available for download from Prentice Hall's Teaching Innovations in Physics,TiP,website. Instructors can access the official Prentice Hall Web page forPhyslet Physicsby visiting theTiPwebsite athttp://www.prenhall.com/tiponline, then click on thePhyslet Physicslink. Before You Start AssigningPhyslet Physicsmaterial without properly preparing the class can lead to frustration. Although Physlet problems often appear to be simple, they are usually more challenging than traditional problems because novice solution strategies are often ineffective. In addition, small technical problems are bound to occur without testing. We use Physlets extensively in our introductory courses at Davidson College, but we always start the semester with a short laboratory whose sole purpose is to solve a Physlet problem in the way a physicist solves a problem; that is, to consider the problem conceptually, to decide what method is required and what data to collect, and finally to solve the problem. As a follow-up, we then assign a simple Physlet-based exercise that must be completed in one of the College's public computer clusters. This minimal preparation allows us to identify potential problems before Physlet-based material is assigned on a regular basis. In response to these possible difficulties, we have written Chapter 1Introduction to Physlets. This chapter provides students and instructors with a guided tutorial through the basic functionality of Physlets. After completing the exercises in Chapter 1, students and instructors alike should be in a position to complete the exercises in the rest of the book. Before you begin, or assign material to students, you should also read the section on Browser Tests and System Requirements.



String and Sticky Tape Experiments

String and Sticky Tape Experiments Author R. D. Edge
ISBN-10 OCLC:10164199
Release 1983
Pages 448
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String and Sticky Tape Experiments has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from String and Sticky Tape Experiments also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full String and Sticky Tape Experiments book for free.



Tutorials in Introductory Physics Homework

Tutorials in Introductory Physics  Homework Author
ISBN-10 OCLC:49515931
Release 2002
Pages 179
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Tutorials in Introductory Physics Homework has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Tutorials in Introductory Physics Homework also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Tutorials in Introductory Physics Homework book for free.



Tutorials in introductory physics

Tutorials in introductory physics Author Lillian C. McDermott
ISBN-10 0139546375
Release 1998
Pages 215
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This landmark book presents a series of physics tutorials designed by a leading physics education researcher. Emphasizing the development of concepts and scientific reasoning skill, the tutorials focus on the specific conceptual and reasoning difficulties that students tend to find the most difficult. This is a Preliminary Version offering tutorials for a range of topics is Mechanics, E & M, Waves & Optics. The complete tutorials will be published in 1999.



The Complete Stick Figure Physics Tutorials

The Complete Stick Figure Physics Tutorials Author Sarah Allen
ISBN-10 1508768005
Release 2015-03-15
Pages 426
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This volume contains all the problem-solving based Stick Figure Physics tutorials: Kinematics Electric Circuits Basic Fluid Mechanics Basic Rotational Dynamics Momentum Rates of Change Springs Work, Energy, and Power



Principles Practice of Physics

Principles   Practice of Physics Author Eric Mazur
ISBN-10 0321961595
Release 2014-04-02
Pages 2050
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ALERT: Before you purchase, check with your instructor or review your course syllabus to ensure that you select the correct ISBN. Several versions of Pearson's MyLab & Mastering products exist for each title, including customized versions for individual schools, and registrations are not transferable. In addition, you may need a CourseID, provided by your instructor, to register for and use Pearson's MyLab & Mastering products. Packages Access codes for Pearson's MyLab & Mastering products may not be included when purchasing or renting from companies other than Pearson; check with the seller before completing your purchase. Used or rental books If you rent or purchase a used book with an access code, the access code may have been redeemed previously and you may have to purchase a new access code. Access codes Access codes that are purchased from sellers other than Pearson carry a higher risk of being either the wrong ISBN or a previously redeemed code. Check with the seller prior to purchase. Putting physics first Based on his storied research and teaching, Eric Mazur's Principles & Practice of Physics builds an understanding of physics that is both thorough and accessible. Unique organization and pedagogy allow you to develop a true conceptual understanding of physics alongside the quantitative skills needed in the course. New learning architecture: The book is structured to help you learn physics in an organized way that encourages comprehension and reduces distraction. Physics on a contemporary foundation: Traditional texts delay the introduction of ideas that we now see as unifying and foundational. This text builds physics on those unifying foundations, helping you to develop an understanding that is stronger, deeper, and fundamentally simpler. Research-based instruction: This text uses a range of research-based instructional techniques to teach physics in the most effective manner possible. The result is a groundbreaking book that puts physics first, thereby making it more accessible to you to learn. MasteringPhysics® works with the text to create a learning program that enables you to learn both in and out of the classroom. The result is a groundbreaking book that puts physics first, thereby making it more accessible to students and easier for instructors to teach. Note: If you are purchasing the standalone text or electronic version, MasteringPhysics does not come automatically packaged with the text. To purchase MasteringPhysics, please visit: www.masteringphysics.com or you can purchase a package of the physical text + MasteringPhysics by searching the Pearson Higher Education website. MasteringPhysics is not a self-paced technology and should only be purchased when required by an instructor.



If You Build It They Will Learn

If You Build It  They Will Learn Author Bruce Yeany
ISBN-10 9780873552677
Release 2006
Pages 285
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When you can’t find or afford high-quality equipment from a catalog or wish you could make your gear bigger or smaller or simply find it satisfying to use devices you’ve put together yourself, If You Build It, has your solution.