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D. Wong, P. Sng, E. Ng, and L. Wee, Phys. Educ., 46 (2), 178 (2011).
We describe an example of learning with multiple representations in an A-level revision lesson on mechanics. The context of the problem involved the motion of a ball thrown…

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T. Henderson
This interactive tutorial explains how to resolve a force into force components. Numerous examples are combined with a simple language and informative graphics to provide students…

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This interactive tutorial explains how to approach two-body force problems involving pulleys and strings. Several examples are presented with simple explanations and informative…

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This collection by features interactive Shockwave activities that simulate a variety of physical situations. Students manipulate variables and observe the outcome on the physical…

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C. Bakken
These materials are written to supplement the book Amusement Park Physics, 2nd Edition by Clarence Bakken. They include descriptions of contests, projects, and demonstrations related…
Rocking Semicircular Hoop Model  [ Computer Program ]

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The Rocking Semicircular Hoop model shows the dynamics of a simple object rocking without slipping on a horizontal surface. It is a supplemental simulation for an article by Leaf…

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D. Rosengrant, A. Van Heuvelen, and E. Etkina, Phys. Rev. ST Phys. Educ. Res., 5 (1), 010108 (2009).
Physics education literature recommends using multiple representations to help students understand concepts and solve problems. However, there is little research concerning why…

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R. Teese, P. Laws, D. Jackson, K. Koenig, and M. Willis
This interactive video tutorial allows students to explore collisions and the implications of Newton's Third Law. This vignette features “person-on-the-street” interviews about…

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D. Meredith
This web page provides a list of textbooks suitable for the Introductory Physics for Life Science Students course.

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C. Singh
This web site contains a suite of web-based tutorials for introductory mechanics and electricity and magnetism courses. The tutorials are self-paced and can be used as a self-study…
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