Contributor: John Mark Kuhns | File type : Curricular
John Mark outlines forty objectives, five requirements, and the materials and methods for a class focusing on the physical earth and a Christian orientation towards it.
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Contributor: Caleb Martin | Length : 13 | File type : Video
What can you learn about clouds with a water bottle and a bit of smoke? Watch as Caleb demonstrates adiabatic cooling and heating, and recommends a $10 device every science teacher should have.
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Contributor: Erikson Lehman | File type : Teaching Material
A test for Apologia General Science Module 4. Students are tested on simple machines and must find the mechanical advantage.
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Contributor: Brian J Martin | File type : Curricular
Brian prepared this syllabus for to guide the use of A Beka's Physics and several additional materials. However, the document provides a wealth of ideas and structure for any high school physics class... Read More
Contributor: John Goering | Length : 9 | File type : Video
In this demonstration, science teacher John Goering explains how you can build and use a classic device to demonstrate basics of voltage, positive and negative charges, and resistance. To reproduce th... Read More
Contributor: John Goering | File type : Teaching Material
In this study guide, students experiment with an aluminum pie pan, a foam plate, a foam cup, and a straw. The document includes steps for reproducing the experiment and questions to assist student... Read More
Contributor: John Goering | File type : Curricular
This program demonstrates the physics of frictionless disks sliding across a frictionless surface. In the program, press F1 to see the help file which contains a number of tutorials that show how to d... Read More
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Contributor: Ray Krass | Length : 111 | File type : Audio
Ray, a physicist who worked with relative theory professionally, discusses the principles of general and special relativity and their possible implications.