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Jordan, Connor; Dunn, Amy; Armstrong, Zachary; Adams, Wendy K. – Physics Teacher, 2018
Projectile motion is a common phenomenon that is used in introductory physics courses to help students understand motion in two dimensions. Authors have shared a range of ideas for teaching this concept and the associated kinematics in "The Physics Teacher" ("TPT"); however, the "Hoop Challenge" is a new setup not…
Descriptors: Physics, Motion, Introductory Courses, Science Instruction
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Maltese, Adam V.; Tai, Robert H.; Sadler, Philip M. – Physics Teacher, 2010
Laboratory experiences play a substantial role in most high school science courses, and many teachers believe the number of labs they offer is a measure of the quality of their curriculum. While some teachers believe labs are meant to confirm concepts taught during lectures, others feel labs should address students' everyday beliefs about the…
Descriptors: Scientific Methodology, Physics, Science Laboratories, Science Instruction