
Information for Teachers of Algebra Based Physics Classes
There are many algebra based physics curricula. Currently I am working on the AP Physics 1 curriculum, however, there is a lot of overlap with the Next Generation Science Standards and the SAT Subject Test in Physics. After I have completed the entire AP Physics 1 curriculum, I will reassess to see which curriculum I should make videos for next.
It makes sense to give my videos a difficultly rating. The level of math necessary to understand the physics is what separates the videos. My Mathematical Degree of Difficulty ratings are from 1 to 5:

A legend for the cryptic notes by the video links
For Example: [3] (9:27) A Three Force Example of Newton's 2nd Law with Components

 [3] Means a Mathematical Degree of Difficult rating of 3.
 (9:27) Means the video is 9 minutes 27 seconds in length.
 "InClass Lecture" means the video does not star Billy, Bobby & Bo, instead it is a video of a lecture I did in my "real" class.
 "Solo mr.p" means it also does not star Billy, Bobby & Bo, it's mr.p, by himself, at the whiteboard.
Patreon
Why hello there teachers. Did you know that I went parttime in the classroom so I could dedicate time to making Flipping Physics videos? If you are currently assigning my videos to help your students learn, could you please pledge me on Patreon so I can make up for some of the loss of income? It would be quite nice and logical of you. Smiley face → 🙂
Anchor Points
If you are trying to link to a specific section on my Algebra Based Physics Videos page, be aware that I have "anchor point" links which link directly to each of the major sections. You can copy and paste those links from this list:
