Tamar Plotzker, sporting a Flipping Physics Women's Chiffon Top. You made my day Tamar!!
A bike wheel turns, angular velocity is calculated, three common mistakes are made.
I recently received a donation from a teacher along with this comment.
"Your videos are helping me change the way I teach physics. Thank you" - Jim Lipstick.
Thank you Jim. I can't think of a higher compliment from a fellow physics teacher.
Thank you to everybody who attended my webinar, to AAPT for hosting, and to Dolores Gende for being my moderator. I loved being able to talk for an hour about what I do in my classroom. Yes, I absolutely loved it.
That's right, I convinced several extended family members to "volunteer" to help with a Flipping Physics video. Thank you all!
"Would you like to know what it really means to flip a physics classroom?" Yep, I'm returning to the webinar scene to help people flip their physics classrooms. Would you like to join?
Using gum stuck in the treads of a rotating bike tire to demonstrate arc length.
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.