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1. Solar Learning Activities
Many of these activities teach you about the Sun itself. Others teacha physical concept, like rotation, using the Sun as an example.
http://solar.physics.montana.edu/YPOP/Classroom/
The YPOP Solar Classroom is filled with hands-on, solar related activities. There is something for everyone. Many of these activities teach you about the Sun itself. Others teach a physical concept, like rotation, using the Sun as an example. We invite teachers, students, parents and children of all ages to experiment with the activities below. Enjoy!
##### Hands-On Solar Learning Activities
SOLAR CYCLES: Investigate the cycles of the Sun with 250 years of data! Learn to recognize common features and match x-ray images of the sun with visible light images from the same day. This lesson has been adapted into an exciting ICEBREAKER ACTIVITY as well! IMAGE FILTERING: Build your own inexpensive, color, filter wheel and use it to study an image of the Crab Nebula! Discover why scientists use different filters to study astronomical images. View several images of the Sun as seen through different solar filters. SATELLITE ORBITS: Have you ever seen a satellite passing overhead at night? Did you wonder how high up it was? In this lesson you will obtain the period of the Yohkoh satellite from an image of its orbital path which is updated regularly. With this information you will calculate the height of the satellite above the Earth's surface.
FUN WITH PIXELS:
Magnify images of your school or yourself and see what happens. Learn about the pixels that make up all images. Use pixels to create secret messages to your friends, or uncover a mystery picture!

2. Instructional Materials In Physics
TOYS to teach physics This site is a collection of demonstrationsand lab activities contributed by physics teachers. The acronym
http://www.cln.org/subjects/physics_inst.html
 Instructional Materials in Physics Below are the CLN "Theme Pages" which focus on specific topics within Physics. CLN's theme pages are collections of useful Internet educational resources within a narrow curricular topic and contain links to two types of information. Students and teachers will find curricular resources (information, content...) to help them learn about this topic. In addition, there are links to instructional materials (lesson plans) which will help teachers provide instruction in this theme. Bubbles Theme Page Electricity (Concepts) Theme Page Electronics (Circuitry) Theme Page Hot Air Balloons ... Sound General Physics Resources The WWW sites linked to from this page provide practical assistance for Physics teachers wanting to use the Internet as part of their classroom planning/instruction. Aeronautics Related Activities, Experiments, and Lesson Plans From Nasa - lesson plans that will help explain some of basic principles of aeronautics. See also their Aeronautics Classroom Activities Applied Technology Projects Lesson plans for over 20 projects for K-7 students in which students learn to apply science linked to BC Curriculum Guides. This site is part of a larger site (Mr. G's Applied Technology Site) that has been developed by Paul Grey of Coal Tyee Elementary School in Nanaimo, B.C. AskERIC Lesson Plans - Science: Physical Science Over 50 lesson plans organized alphabetically and covering various grade ranges in K-12.

 3. Particle Physics Education Sites Classroom activities Particle physics activities a set of seven, each with a worksheet and "Top" University Scientists Do teach - a New York Times article showing thathttp://particleadventure.org/other/othersites.html

4. WiP: Other Activities: Purdue University
Information on WiP's activities. Women in physics holds an HTML Workshop during theFall Semester each year The goal of the workshop is to teach anyone who is
http://www.physics.purdue.edu/wip/activities.html
What Is WiP?
• What is Women in Physics?
• Constitution Who Is WiP?
• Officers and Members Join WiP
• Why Should I Join? Meetings
• Next Meeting
• Meeting Minutes Activities
• What Is ScienceScape?
• Physics FunFests
• Other Activities Resources
• WiP Links
• WiP Office
• The WiP T-shirt!
• HTML Resource ...
• Spotlight Scientist
##### Women in Physics Activities
What Activities Does Women in Physics Perform? W omen in Physics is involved in a variety of activities throughout the year. Each activity has its own distinct goal, but they all serve to benefit the community in some fashion. They include ScienceScape , an HTML Workshop , the Holiday Drive for the Needy Imagination Station Expanding Your Horizons , and the traveling Physics FunFests Information on WiP's Activities
##### ScienceScape
ScienceScape is held each year during the summer at Purdue University. The program is open to girls ages 11 through 14. The camp teaches some of the basic fundamentals of physics, and it gives the girls women in physics role models, making physics more accessible. For more information, go to the ScienceScape page
##### HTML Workshop
Women in Physics holds an HTML Workshop during the Fall Semester each year, generally sometime in Ocotober. The goal of the workshop is to teach anyone who is interested how to create their own personal home page on the World Wide Web. HTML, which stands for HyperText Mark-up Language, is the script that creates the Web pages. Instructors teach the beginnings of creating pages with HTML.
•  5. ELibrary.com - Vol 33 Science Activities 01-01-1997 Pp 8(4), 'Toying ELibrary Is Mass Academy Chemistry, physics, Engineering and Their activities. Hi, I am Jacklyn Bonneau, At Mass Academy, I currently teach physics, Research Seminar, Introduction to Engineeringhttp://redirect-west.inktomi.com/click?u=http://ask.elibrary.com/getdoc.asp%3Fpu

6. Physics 290 Guide To Webpage Project
an addition to the course syllabus for physics 290 teacher background includes informationneeded to teach concepts and how to set up activities or present
http://www.physics.purdue.edu/old/phys290e/Fall2002/Webpage_projects.shtml
Physics 290E Fall 2002 Dr. Cooper
Course Information Syllabus
Performance Assessment

Children's Books

FAQ's
...
Standards

Other Resources Physics Homepage
All Physics Courses

Phys 290 Guide to Webpage Project Definitive Guide to the PHYS 290 Webpage Project This guide is an addition to the course syllabus for Physics 290. In fact, some of the same information was merely restated, and in some cases recopied from the syllabus. Pay special attention to those blurbs with asterisks. Those are things that I have added in addition to the original information given. This guide is merely that, a guide. Unfortunately, not every scenario could possibly be covered and every question answered. However, it should help give you some direction. Also, this guide is explicitly for PHYS 290.
##### CONTENT AND LEARNING ACTIVITIES
In this course you will use the topics of: Waves: Sound and Light; Electro-magnetic Phenomena ; and Energy: Motion, Momentum, and Simple Machines

7. Cartoons And Paper Aeroplanes Teach Physics
Cartoons and paper aeroplanes teach physics. for all school subjects and extracurricular activities. The Institute of physics has two novel resources for
http://www.iop.org/Physics/News/0471p
 All Journals Online Services Members Books Education Careers Magazines Industry/ business Physics Policy Branches Groups var javascript_version = 1.0; Institute Media Relations Press releases Contact us Publications Cutting edge research ... Public awareness of physics Cartoons and paper aeroplanes teach physics Wednesday 18 September 2002 Physics Life interactive cartoon web site, and its innovative magazines SciTec and Crunch Physics Life SciTec and Crunch Top five ways for scientific subversion in school: 1. Making a paper plane Students can test their knowledge of aerodynamics by attempting to create the optimum craft. 2. Drinking a fizzy drink in class Students can study the effect of pressure on the dissolved gas contained in a carbonated drink. 3. Having a skateboard at school Skateboarding is a very valuable exercise in understanding, harnessing and controlling forces, in particular friction and gravity. 4. Playing Tetris on a mobile phone 5. Flicking elastic bands at things Students can investigate how stored elastic energy can be converted into kinetic energy, which can in turn exert a force on a stationary target, causing the target to move, in agreement with Newton's laws of motion. Physics Life is part of the physics.org web site, a search facility that answers your questions about physical science with a list of relevant web sites from its database. The animation begins with a street in which you can explore the buildings, areas and objects that you see. The graphics become animated and make noises when you hover your mouse over them, and you can click to zoom in and enter buildings and places. You can try the playground, where clicking a football activates a pop-up box that tells you about curling a football in flight. Each pop-up box contains general information about the activity, written informally, as well as links for more information from physics.org.

8. Daily Activities Related To The Subject You Teach
Question of the Day from PhysLink, physics and astronomy online education and AcademicStandards are listed as well as overviews, activities, procedures and
http://www.internet4classrooms.com/subject_area.htm
 Daily Dose of the Web Links for K-12 Teachers On-Line Practice Modules Health ... suggest a site Links verified 02/23/03 Something for Everyone!- Go shopping at the Cornerstore! Today Only, Brain Food, Fact Snack, Animal Crackers, Words by the Pound and more! Health Daily Nutrition Tips from the American Dietetic Association, your link to nutrition and health. Language Arts Analogy of the Day - From FactMonster. Hints and answers are provided A Word A Day - Each week a different theme on daily vocabulary words and their definitions. This site provides a pronunciation of the word via a wav file or a RealAudio file. You can also subscribe to the daily word by email. Challenging Hangman - A new puzzle each day. Actually, you don't have to wait until the next day for a new puzzle. Play as many times as you like, just don't get addicted. Daily Buzzword - Come see what all the buzz is about at the Daily buzzword Daily Grammar - a free service of Word Place. Daily Grammar sends you e-mail messages with a grammar lesson five days of the week and a quiz on the sixth day. You can look at all the lessons in their

9. POSITION TITLE PHYSICS INSTRUCTOR (Tenure-Track Appointment)
light and modern physics at the calculusbased level, in an active engagement environment,which may include the use of MBL activities. Ability to teach to non
http://www.delta.edu/humres/PhysicsInstr.html
 Position Vacancy Notice POSITION TITLE: PHYSICS INSTRUCTOR (Tenure-Track Appointment) Contingent Upon Budget Approval Delta College is a community college serving Bay, Midland and Saginaw Counties in the east-central portion of Michigan. Residing in the district are 400,000 people, including communities of 70,000, 40,000 and 38,000 residents. The campus was opened in 1961 and two major additions have opened since Fall, 1978, a major \$26 million renovation project was just completed, and an additional \$42 million renovation project is on going. The College is especially proud of its forty year history of shared governance. The College is a charter member of the National League for Innovation in the Community College, in recognition of the range of creative programs offered. The College seeks creative and innovative employees who will join us as active leaders and contributors to our vision as a learning-centered institution of the 21st Century. Delta is a learning centered institution that focuses on the diverse post-secondary learning needs in our community. Delta provides quality learning opportunities and recognizes learning can take place 24 hours a day, every day, in and out of the classroom, and on and off campus. Learning is our primary measure of success.

10. Preparing Future Physics Faculty (PFPF): Overview
activities activities will include designing and developing the participant is planningto teach, implementing that course with a mentor physics faculty member
http://www-ctd.ucsd.edu/programs/pfpf/
##### Preparing Future Physics Faculty (PFPF)
Sponsored by the American Association of Physics Teachers
Funded by the National Science Foundation CTD Home CTD Programs On This Page (Below) Other Pages
##### PFPF Program
• Overview of UCSD's PFPF Program
##### PFPF Components
• Seminars Activities / Competency Checklist Internship and Training Assessment Partner Institutions ... Participants Service Projects
##### Overview of UCSD's PFPF Program
Program Description
The university teaching assistant (TA) experience is the major avenue for the training of the future professoriate. However, too often it involves training in leading small-group discussion sections or assisting an instructor with grading or other specific tasks related to the instructor's class, but does not provide an opportunity for the graduate TA to design and present his/her own class, nor does it provide actual preparation for the many and varied roles of the academic scholars. This program is designed to provide an opportunity for graduate students in Physics to explore many of the issues involved in college and university teaching and to develop the competencies required of effective college instructors. In addition to developing experience and expertise in college teaching, participants will be introduced to a wide range of faculty responsibilities. This approach to the training of college instructors is based on classroom experience and feedback from experienced teachers in a variety of institutional settings, supplemented by research and theories of how people learn and process information.

11. Preparing Future Physics Faculty (PFPF): Activities/Competency Checklist
Home CTD Programs Preparing Future physics Faculty (PFPF activities, Comments/ Evaluation, Date / Initial. or visiting lectureship, or coteach course with
http://www-ctd.ucsd.edu/programs/pfpf/activities.htm
##### Preparing Future Physics Faculty (PFPF)
CTD Home CTD Programs Preparing Future Physics Faculty (PFPF)
##### Competency 1: Course Development/Curriculum and Syllabus Design
Course Description (summarize): Requirements:
• Readings Seminar
• Course Development/Curriculum and Syllabus Design
Documentation
• Course Syllabus Sample Lesson Plan
Activities Comments/
Evaluation Date/
Initial seminar participation develop rationale for the course
review domain of knowledge in the area
investigate student characteristics
check appropriate previous courses and requirements for subsequent courses
consult with colleagues who have taught similar courses
consult with departmental mentor at partner institution or UCSD
draft initial course plan
select relevant themes list subjects analyze importance, difficulty level define and delimit course content prepare course objectives develop syllabus develop assignments, sample lesson plans determine criteria for selecting text and teaching materials prepare evaluation items based on previously-stated objectives
##### Competency 2: Effective Implementation of Course
Requirements:
• Readings Seminars
• Cognitive Strategies/Information Processing Effective Implementation of Course Assessment, Grading, and Evaluation

12. Psychology, Science Search Results
teachers with over 20 student research projects that teach independent learning skills 26,HandsOn physics activities with Real-Life Applications (Grades 8 - 12
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 13. Curriculum Planning, Educational Innovation, Educational minilabs, and other activities uses everyday examples to make physics concepts easyto Use the 100 activities in this book to teach students how to readhttp://teachervision.com/tv/tvsearch/term=80200000000|80700000000|80800000000|82

14. Archived: Physics Resources And Instructional Strategies For Motivating Students
High interest activities involving cars, bicycles, balloon rockets, dart guns,sailboats, etc., are utilized to teach the major concepts in physics.
http://www.ed.gov/pubs/EPTW/eptw7/eptw7m.html
##### A r c h i v e d I n f o r m a t i o n
Educational Programs That Work - 1995
##### Physics Resources and Instructional Strategies for Motivating Students (PRISMS)
Physics Resources and Instructional Strategies for Motivating Students (PRISMS). A comprehensive physics program that stimulates students to develop reasoning and problem-solving skills while providing learning activities about practical applications of physics for grades 10-12. Audience Approved by PEP for students in grades 10-12 with backgrounds in beginning algebra, especially for those students who need additional motivation to learn the concepts and practical applications of physics. Description Physics Resources and Instructional Strategies for Motivating Students (PRISMS) blends exploratory activities, concept development and application activities into a learning cycle. The concepts addressed in the PRISMS Teacher Resource Guide are those typically included in most high school physics courses including kinematics, dynamics, work and energy, internal energy and heat, wave phenomena, electricity and magnetism, and atomic and nuclear physics. High interest activities involving cars, bicycles, balloon rockets, dart guns, sailboats, etc., are utilized to teach the major concepts in physics. Exploration activities encourage students to observe relationships, identify variables, and develop tentative explanations of phenomena. Concepts are introduced through the experiences in this exploration phase. The student tests the generalization through observations in the application stage.

15. Sea World Physics
These activities will teach you how to use the tools and begin your training incollecting and analyzing data. Your mission is to understand how the physics
http://www.seaworld.org/Physics/pre.html
##### Pre-Activities
SeaWorld Physics Mission Student Mission: Each of you will be placed on a scientific research team of four or five members. Each team will be given an assignment to visit specific habitats, shows and rides at SeaWorld and make observations and gather data. Since each team's assignment may vary, it is important that you carry out your mission precisely, so that the group picture will be complete. It is critical that your research group work together as a team comparing answers, taking turns making the measurements and asking questions of each other. Before your visit to SeaWorld, your team will be involved with pre-activities to prepare you for your mission. These activities will teach you how to use the tools and begin your training in collecting and analyzing data. Your mission is to understand how the physics concepts of velocity, acceleration, free fall and buoyancy apply to SeaWorld. In the post-activities, you will have an opportunity to compare your abilities to those of the animals you observed in the park activities. You will also be combining your data and observations made at Sea World with those of other teams who had the same assignment. The analysis which will then follow will give your team a chance to show what you have learned. The better your data and the more observant you are, the easier the analysis will be.
##### Pre-Activities
Velocity
Acceleration
Goals and Objectives SeaWorld Planning Options ... SeaWorld Physics Pre/Post Assessment SeaWorld/Busch Gardens Animal Information Database

16. The Science House
Using CalculatorBased Laboratory (CBL) Equipment to teach Math and Science Graphingcalculators and calculator It covers activities from physics From the
http://www.science-house.org/workshops/
 Teacher Training Workshops for Math and Science Offered by The Science House, North Carolina State University The Science House provides one or two-day programs to update and refresh teachers' mathematics, science, and Internet skills. These workshops have been taught many times in schools across North Carolina. Our workshop participants learn skills and activities that they can immediately use in their own classrooms. We especially emphasize programs to help meet teacher technology competencies. Each workshop can be tailored to fit local needs. Open Registration Workshops BioTechnology Workshop This workshop will be an introduction to DNA basics and electrophoresis analysis techniques. Instructor: Dr. Sherri Andrews Participants will be paid a stipend of \$75 for attendance. A certificate showing 6 hours of attendance (0.6 CEU) will be issued to each participant. Each participant will also receive enough Relating Genetics to Everyday Life laboratory manuals for each biology teacher in their high school. Teachers who attend will be able to borrow a kit containing electrophoresis gel boxes and micropipettes from The Science House so that the electrophoresis lab can be replicated in their classrooms. To register visit the

17. The Physics Teacher: Learning Cycles For A Large-Enrollment Class
1986). See Ref. 1. Dean Zollman, The physics activities centeraminiexploratorium, Phys. teach. 12 213 (1974). Jacqueline D
http://www.phys.ksu.edu/perg/papers/concepts/LC-TPT.html
 The Physics Teacher: Learning Cycles for a Large-Enrollment Class Citation: Dean Zollman, "Learning cycles for a large-enrollment class," The Physics Teacher 28, 20-25 (1990). Recent attention to precollege science education has once again emphasized two important conclusions: Children are frequently "turned-off" from science in elementary school and are unlikely to change that attitude in later years, and Elementary school teachers are seldom adequately prepared to teach science. Most physicists will accept these conclusions without documentation. Their reactions are frequently to admonish colleges of education with, "Too many methods courses; not enough hard science." Yet, when we look at the average physics course taken by elementary-education majors and other nonscience majors, we can see our contribution to the problem. Introductory physics courses are generally regarded by students as a collection of facts. While we try to teach reasoning skills and understanding in a survey course, we present such a large quantity of information that most students react by memorizing. They view science as knowledge to be recalled. We should not be surprised, then, that school teachers frequently feel inadequately prepared to teach science. How can they possibly recall all they need to remember to teach physics, chemistry, biology, earth science, and so on? The answer is that they do not need to recall it. Science is not a collection of facts but a way of observing, collecting data, critically thinking, building models, and comparing with nature. Teachers who understand this concept should be much more comfortable with science.

18. KSU Physics Education Group On-line Publications
Do Students Learn When We teach? Contemporary physics for Nonscience StudentsCombining Visualization with Hands-on activities.
http://www.phys.ksu.edu/perg/papers/
 Papers Abstracts of Dissertations and Theses Talks KSU Physics Education Program: Building on the Past, Looking to the Future Overview Dean Zollman Presented at Physics Faculty Meeting, March 30, 1999 (Download) Do Students Learn When We Teach? Dean Zollman, KCEPT Meeting, June 18, 1999 Visualizing with Video and Virtual Reality Dean Zollman, San Antonio AAPT Meeting, 1999 Do Students Learn When We Teach? Strategies That Enhance Student Learning: Building on the Past, Looking to the Future Overview Dean Zollman Presented at the APS Centennial March 24, 1999 Hands-On Quantum Mechanics Dean Zollman, to be published in the Proceedings of Hands-On Experiments in Physics Education, GIREP, 1998. Dean Zollman, Soenke Schaal, and Manfred Euleer, Proceedings of Hands-On Experiments in Physics Education, GIREP, 1998. Remember When? The past 25 yearsof interactive, instructional media Dean Zollman, Denver AAPT Meeting, 1997 K. Zollman and D. Zollman, AAPT Summer Meeting, 1996 ("Slides" with links) Papers Quantum Mechanics for Everyone: Hands-On Activities Integrated with Technology American Journal of Physics The Effect Of Distracters On Student Performance On The Force Concept Inventory Model Analysis of Fine Structures of Student Models: An Example with Newton's Third Law American Journal of Physics - PER Supplement (to be published) Physik in der Schule

19. Science Lesson Plans Page
physicsA vocabulary list of common physics terms and gopher menu of several earthscience activities and projects Day Night- teach the concept of the earth
http://www.luc.edu/schools/education/csipdc/scilsn.htm
##### Biological Rhythms -For grades 3-12, activities to teach the ups and downs of body temperature, built-in stop watch, and more. -http://faculty.washington.edu/chudler/clock.html Brain Injury -For grades K-6, an experiment that teaches children how to protect the brian against injury. -http://faculty.washington.edu/chudler/injury.html Hearing -For grades K-12, auditory activities on sound localization. - http://faculty.washington.edu/chudler/chhearing.html -Various activities on chunking, visualization, and chaining. - http://faculty.washington.edu/chudler/chmemory.html Modeling the Nervous System -For grades K-12, various activities on making models of neurons and the brain. - http://faculty.washington.edu/chudler/chmodel.html Reflexes -For grades K-12, reflex activities including the knee jerk reaction and quick thinking. - http://faculty.washington.edu/chudler/chreflex.html -For grades 3-12, have students keep sleep journals and diaries. http://faculty.washington.edu/chudler/chsleep.html Senses Working Together -For grades K-3, activities involving a sense chart and sensory stations. - http://faculty.washington.edu/chudler/chtoget.html

20. Applications Of CoachLab Probeware In Physics
Use video analysis to teach concepts of motion; Experiment with gas and science conceptsusing Seibun Mind Development Kits and Conceptual physics activities;
http://www.harris-educational.com/Probeware/disciplines/physics.htm
Resources and Information for Educators who use Probeware Science * Mathematics * Technology Education
##### Introduction
Physics teachers probably do experiments involving collecting data more often than any other kind of teacher. Coach probeware is designed with educators needs in mind. Coach is great at quantitative experiments but it also helps students with hands-on conceptual physics. Coach is unique in that it can easily control variables in an experiment as well as recording data. This is used in a very thought provoking experiment about resonance. On this page you will find information about using CoachLab software and hardware (as well as TI-CBL) in Physics and Physical Science.
##### Benefits of Coach Probeware for Physics Teachers
• Coach can record data for milliseconds thus allowing you to perform many time sensitive physics experiments. Coach can record data from up to six sensors at a time. Coach can graph one sensor vs. another one thus allowing experiments such as voltage vs. current or temperature vs. pressure. Video Analysis lets you present physics concepts in a concrete way that students can easily understand.

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