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Teaching introductory physics

by Arnold B. Arons

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Published by Wiley in New York, Chichester .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Physics -- Study and teaching.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

    StatementArnold B. Arons.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22290085M
    ISBN 100471137073

    ( views) Introductory Physics I by Robert G. Brown, A free textbook for Newtonian mechanics, waves and oscillations, and thermodynamics. This text is intended to be used in the first semester of a two-semester series of courses teaching introductory physics at the college level. ( views) FHSST Physics - Wikibooks, Finally, it should be emphasized that this is a most valuable book. It is in many ways an eye-opener which should be read carefully by all involved in the practice, planning or administration of physics teaching, on any level. It is an ample source of ideas and practical advice for the development of physics by: 1.

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    Abstract This book is an invaluable resource for physics teachers. It contains an updated version of the author's A Guide to Introductory Physics Teaching (), Homework and Test Questions (), and a previously unpublished monograph "Introduction to Classical Conservation Laws". Product Information. This book is an invaluable resource for physics teachers. It contains an updated version of the author's A Guide to Introductory Physics Teaching (), Homework and Test Questions (), and a previously unpublished monograph "Introduction to Classical Conservation Laws.".


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This book is an invaluable resource for physics teachers. It contains an updated version of the author's A Guide to Introductory Physics Teaching (), Homework and Test Questions (), and a previously unpublished monograph "Introduction to Classical Conservation Laws.".

Teaching Introductory Physics gives you access to the cumulative expertise of the world's most dedicated physics instructors-not just Professor Swartz and Miner, but many of the contributors and subscribers to the Physics Teacher. it is sure to enhance your teaching skills, helping you to.

Teaching Physics is a combination of the previous Guide to Introductory Physics Teaching, and Homework and Test Questions for Introductory Physics Teaching. Both works have been edited to incorporate suggestions and feedback received after the first publication.

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