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PhysicsClassroom is a specialized web site for learning high school physics. It provides tutorials, animations, study resources, and videos through its main web site, YouTube, and other social networks.
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The Physics Classroom is an online, free-to-use physics website developed primarily for beginning physics students and their teachers. The website features a variety of sections intended to support both teachers and students in the tasks of learning and teaching physics.
The Physics Classroom Tutorial is among the most popular sections of the website. The Tutorial covers basic physics topics using informative graphics and an easy-to-understand language. Each unit is divided into lessons and sub-lessons. A lesson resembles the type and extent of coverage typically given to that topic in class. The sub-lessons are accompanied by Check Your Understanding sections, providing an opportunity to assess one's understanding of the lesson material. The Tutorial, when combined with other sections at this site, provides a student of physics a great opportunity to learn and to test their physics understanding.
Nearly 100 animations, movies, and detailed explanation on these physics topics:
- 1-Dimensional Kinematics
- Newton's Laws
- Vectors and Projectiles
- Momentum and Collisions
- Work and Energy
- Circular, Satellite, and Rotational Motion
- Einstein's Theory of Special Relativity
- Static Electricity
- Waves, Sound and Light
- Ray Optics
A large collection of GIF animations and QuickTime movies designed to demonstrate physics principles in a visual manner. Each animation is accompanied by explanations and links to further information.
A set of instructional pages written in an easy-to-understand language and complemented by graphics and Check Your Understanding sections. An ideal starting location for those grasping for understanding or searching for answers.
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The Physics Classroom. 1,172 likes · 67 talking about this. The Physics Classroom began as a school website in 1996. As the site grew in both size and popularity, the physicsclassroom.com was formed. Today, the website serves a few million users every month with content that is written in an easy-to-understand, everyday language.
The Physics Classroom | The Physics Classroom serves students, teachers and classrooms with easy-to-understand and ready-to-use lessons, activities and curriculum.
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