Outside Sources on Physics Pedagogy
This page is intended to be a resource list on sources for
developments in physics teaching.
Right now it is just Joel Shapiro's list of things that should be
PhysicsEd: Physics Education Resources by Alan Cairns.
NO LONGER EXISTS
ANDES: An intelligent tutoring system for physics.
- CyberProf [NO LONGER RELEVANT, I THINK] Old home page,
New home page,
Eric Mazur Project Galileo.
- Eric Mazur's Physics 11 home page
NO LONGER DISTINCT FROM ABOVE
Classtalk mechanics questions U Mass Physics 161. NO LONGER EXISTS,
but now try
- U. Mass Physics Education Research
- Rose-Hulman Maple Workshop,
1995. Results of a workshop on Maple projects in physics education.
NO LONGER EXISTS. But see
Mike Moloney's Home Page.
intro physics demos. NCSU Physics Lecture Demonstration Facility.
A large collection of demonstation suggestions for
elementary physics courses, by book. MOVED TO BELOW
- NCSU Physics DemoRoom
- Mark Sutherland's
fun@learning, an on-line course on dynamics: the study of
Physics Courseware Evaluation Project North Carolina State University.
Software Teaching of Modular Physics, "a computer-based resource intended
for teaching first-year university-level Physics."
- UniServe Science,
Johnston's organization "UniServe Science publishes reviews, criticism and
ideas related to teaching and learning materials for tertiary science."
- Virtual Prof.
gives tutorial help free/pay. Help for high school physics teachers.
U Oregon virtual lab Simulations on P&A, substitute for real labs for
non-majors. [2001: function seems to have changed - has physics applets.]
Joel A. Shapiro <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Last modified: Wed Mar 10 08:40:37 2010