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written by David Stern
This web page are the lecture notes for a presentation to middle and high school teachers to help teach magnetism.  The lectures includes a brief history of the study of magnetism from its beginnings in ancient Greece and China to the present day, and three classroom demonstrations.
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Electricity & Magnetism
- Magnetic Fields and Forces
- High School
- Middle School
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© 1998 David Stern
currents, history of magnetism, lecture notes, lodestone, magnetism
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Metadata instance created September 30, 2005 by Henry Bradsher
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Stern, D. (2004, September 14). Teaching About Magnetism. Retrieved June 19, 2024, from
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Stern, David. Teaching About Magnetism. 1998. 14 Sep. 2004. 19 June 2024 <>.
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@misc{ Author = "David Stern", Title = {Teaching About Magnetism}, Volume = {2024}, Number = {19 June 2024}, Month = {September 14, 2004}, Year = {1998} }
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