Archive for November, 2011
Here’s a copy of PhET research associate, Noah Podolefsky’s talk Using PhET Interactive Simulations to Enhance Science Learning.
Using PhET Simulations for Science and Mathematics Inquiry: Free, Researched, Web-Based Resources
Trish Loeblein, PhET K12 Specialist and Evergreen HS Teacher
Noah Podolefsky, Research Associate
Join the room using this URL up to 15 minutes before the webinar starts:
In this webinar, we will:
1. focus on the middle level learner;
2. explore mathematics and science simulations such as Energy Skate Park, Equation Grapher, Estimation, Arithmetic, Density, Circuit Construction Kit, and Build an Atom;
3. investigate productive ways to incorporate PhET sims in your curriculum; and
4. learn about how to access lesson plans that PhET team members and other teachers have used and submitted to our Teaching Ideas database.
This Guide of Concept Questions is from Trish Loeblein, PhET K-12 Specialist and Evergreen High School physics & chemistry teacher. It includes all the physics clicker questions that she uses at Evergreen High in her PhET activities and she updates this activity as she adds questions. So if you’re looking for some great inquiry-based concept questions, this is a great way to find some!