I’ve been making major updates and changes to my materials in the intro physics course this year. It is the first year we are teaching a yearlong physics class to everyone (10th graders) in my school as the result of a big curriculum redesign in science, and the first time back to teaching a course like this in a few years for me. I will try to update this blog with each of the new activities and changes as I have time. First up: the kinematics stacks of curves.
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Source: Stacks of Kinematics Curves as a Card Sort
University of Waterloo professor Donna Strickland has received her Nobel Prize in Physics during a ceremony Monday in Sweden.
Source: Guelph native, U of W prof Donna Strickland collects Nobel Prize | CBC News
November 26 – 30th the Department of Physics at the University of Guelph in conjunction with the Guelph Civic Museum will be hosting STEM week. A week full of interactive STEM activities that tie into the current Ontario curriculum. We’ll see you there! EDIT: Sign up is now LIVE with limited spaces available! Continue reading
Physicist and best-selling author of A Brief History of Time captured the public imagination with his brilliant mind and his determination to live despite ALS Continue reading