I have spent roughly the last 6 weeks distilling the entire AP Physics C: Mechanics curriculum down to 12 review videos. My goal is to get them all filmed and published before the exam in May. I have written the lecture notes and scripts and published them on my Quality Control page. If you would like to help in this endeavor by making suggestions, checking for mistakes, or would just like access to the lecture notes and "not-yet-published" YouTube Videos, please visit. Wish me luck!
I found an air hockey table to demonstrate conservation of momentum in two dimensions!!
Sometimes I peruse the videos posted by people who leave comments on my videos. Gives me a sense of who is watching my videos. For some reason, this one made me happy. This was the comment left on my video: "The best physics channel I came across. A thumps up continue the work 😀" Siddharth Nag
Jan Wery and Judi Lintott of the Ann Arbor Prom Dress Project were patient and kind enough to let me try on numerous prom dresses and borrow four of them to help me have “Prom Dress Day” during Spirit Week! Please support them and “Find your dream dress for less than $25.” Thanks Jan and Judi!
My 14 year old wrote and performed a speech she would like to deliver at The Women’s March on Washington on 2017.01.21. Please enjoy, like and share!!
On many occasions I have been asked about my approach to physics labs. Considering I don’t feel any particular philosophy is the “best” one, I asked other physics teachers to join me in this video. Therefore today’s video is a collaboration with five physics teachers: “Six Teacher Approaches to Physics Labs”. Thank you very much to Laura Zeller, Shaun Thomas, Will Segal, Janel Morris, and Nick Sourvelis for collaborating with me on this project!
Yep, I make physics videos in the hope that you can learn physics. If you are a physics teacher, I am very hopeful that you will want to use them to help flip your physics class.