This summer Valencia is going to host a STEM camp for high school seniors, and we are going to have 24 students visiting different science labs at West Campus during two days. I may use some portion of this “sample lesson” for the physics portion of the STEM camp. I will start with projecting a […]
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Thanks to Irina Struganova for this physics periodical: News and multimedia related to physics, technology, applications, and social issues. http://blog.physicsworld.com/
This post talks about getting students to write. Many of the postings are associated with science.
Hello Everyone, Here are the links to a few of my favorite FREE resources for STEM: 1. Phet – Great Simulations Developed by the University of Colorado team. All free, can be downloaded anywhere. PHET 2.CWSEI – Carl Weiman Science Educational Initiative – great resources for K-16 STEM educators. In case you do not know, […]
Nice and short video explaining Doppler Effect: Doppler Effect
Hello Everyone, This is a very nice (in my opinion:)) site with animations explaining sound standing waves and resonance in music instruments. Music Acoustics