A big THANK YOU to the person who added the English subtitles to my Angular Acceleration Introduction video. You Rock!! Pssst! Did you know you could do this? While watching the video click on Settings → Subtitles/CC → Add subtitles/CC. The next time I add a video, you could be the one who helps out this way!!
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.