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  • Contemporary Physics Education Project (CPEP)
    Presents the current understanding of particle physics and fusion research. Intended as an introduction for high-school and college students, and as a teacher resource.
    www.cpepweb.org
  • Physical Sciences Resource Center (PSRC)
    PSRC, a collection of information and resources for physical sciences education.
    www.compadre.org/psrc
  • Science Education at Jefferson Lab
    The Jefferson Lab offers science resources for teachers and students along with games and puzzles exploring the nature of matter.
    education.jlab.org/index.html
  • Wonders of Physics
    Physics demonstrations chosen to be entertaining as well as educational. Presentations for the general public on the UW-Madison campus in mid-February each year.
    sprott.physics.wisc.edu/wop.htm
  • Visual Quantum Mechanics
    Instructional units that introduce quantum physics to high school and college students who do not have a background in modern physics or higher level math.
    phys.educ.ksu.edu
  • Math and Physics Help Home Page
    Features a collection of papers that the author and others have written to explain various concepts in math and physics.
    www.ncsu.edu/felder-public/kenny/home.html
  • Physics Demonstration Resources
    Physics demonstration resources online with URLs and brief descriptions. A must-see resource for anyone interested in learning how to do physics demonstrations.
    www.ph.utexas.edu/~phy-demo/resources/resources.html
  • PhysicsTutor.com
    Posts solutions to physics problems. Online help is available.
    www.physicstutor.com
  • Map-Based Motion at Any Speed
    Resources to empower students familiar with only classical kinematics, in the solution of relativistic acceleration problems graphically and/or with help from Galileo's equations.
    www.umsl.edu/~fraundor/a1toc.html
 




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