Online Teaching Resources
The American Association of Physics Teachers shares these resources for physics educators to facilitate remote teaching during the COVID-19 pandemic.
As many physics educators move to online teaching, The Physics Teacher (TPT) and American Journal of Physics (AJP) teams have compiled a collection of specialized articles that focus on remote learning. These new articles highlight how to teach lessons, the use of mobile and smartphones for lab experiments, and other activities that can be adapted for use by students at home. The articles have been made free to read, download and share for a limited time.
From The Physics Teacher
Recommendations for emergency remote teaching based on the student experience, by Bethany Wilcox and Michael Vignal
Redesigning assessments for remote learning, by Dolores Gende
Virtual labs and simulations: Where to find them and tips to make them work, by James Lincoln
Practical Conronavirus Physics: Face masks & ventilation, by Dan MacIsaac
Practical online physics teaching productivity resources: CamScanner and FlipGrid, by Dan MacIsaac
From American Journal of Physics
Two-penny physics: Teaching 2D linear momentum conservation, by Lorenzo Galante and Ivan Gnesi
Computer-based learning in an undergraduate physics course: Interfacing a mobile phone and matlab to study oscillatory motion, by Ernesto Momox and Charby Ortega De Maio
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