
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 → 🙂
Quality Control
If you would like to have an influence over the quality and content of my Flipping Physics videos, please visit my Quality Control page.
EDpuzzle
You may have noticed all the EDpuzzle links and wondered what they are. In the fall of 2016 I started using EDpuzzle to flip my classroom and I definitely suggest everyone should do so. Hopefully in early 2017 I will make a video which shows why and how I use it to flip my classroom. For right now I will simply say it is free, easy to use, you can copy anybody's EDpuzzle lesson and make changes it to it; you have no excuse but to be using it. Here is one example of an EDpuzzle lesson made from a Flipping Physics video.
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:
 One Dimensional Motion  http://www.flippingphysics.com/algebra.html#1d
 Two Dimensional Motion  http://www.flippingphysics.com/algebra.html#2d
 Dynamics: Newton's Laws of Motion and Forces  http://www.flippingphysics.com/algebra.html#newton
 Work, Energy and Power  http://www.flippingphysics.com/algebra.html#work
 Momentum and Impulse  http://www.flippingphysics.com/algebra.html#momentum
 Rotational Kinematics  http://www.flippingphysics.com/algebra.html#cm
