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Physics Teacher

January 2007 Volume 45, Number 1

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Number of articles: 3

  1. CD Rainbows

    P J. Ouseph

    Several papers have been published on the use of a CD as a grating for undergraduate laboratories and/or for high school and college class demonstrations. Four years ago "The Physics Teacher" had a... More

    pp. 11-13

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  2. Using Spreadsheets to Assess Learning

    Judson E. Wagner

    Spreadsheets can be a powerful tool when it comes to teaching physics. From data analysis and graphing to animated simulations, Excel[R] is a very versatile program for the educator and learner... More

    pp. 34-37

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  3. An Inquiry-Based Course Using "Physics?" in Cartoons and Movies

    Michael Rogers

    Books, cartoons, movies, and video games provide engaging opportunities to get both science and nonscience students excited about physics. An easy way to use these media in one's classroom is to... More

    pp. 38-41

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