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Physics Teacher

March 2009 Volume 47, Number 3

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Innovative Uses of Video Analysis

    Douglas Brown & Anne J. Cox

    The value of video analysis in physics education is well established, and both commercial and free educational video analysis programs are readily available. The video format is familiar to... More

    pp. 145-150

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  2. Cellular Phones Helping to Get a Clearer Picture of Kinematics

    A E. G. Falcao, R A. Gomes, J M. Pereira, L F. S. Coelho & A C. F. Santos

    The main purpose of this paper is to add to the list of examples of how cell phones may be used as teaching tools in the classroom. One very interesting example of this comes from the study of... More

    pp. 167-168

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  3. Instructor-Designed Tutorials--Meeting the Needs of Our Students

    J P. Brichta, K Bizheva, J H. Sanderson & J Holbrook

    We have developed an easy-to-use online tutorial generator designed to allow instructors to make tutorials quickly and with a minimal learning curve. The motivation was to create a generator that... More

    pp. 169-174

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