So we are near the middle of our 12 hour drive from northern Wisconsin to Ann Arbor Michigan. I'm pumping gas in a Chicago suburb when this kid walks up to me looking at his phone and he appears to be a bit lost. I'm thinking, "Oh please, don't ask me for directions. I'm not really sure where we are currently." And the kid says, "Uh, are you really the Flipping Physics guy?" Why Yes! I am really the Flipping Physics guy! Evidently his teacher had assigned a lot of my videos last year. He was stoked to meet me; I was equally excited. So everybody, say hello to Bobby a student of mine whom I just met!
Recently I have received several inquiries with regards to my approach to classroom physics labs. Considering I don't think there is any one "correct" approach to physics labs, I am working on a collaboration video with several different teacher perspectives on how to approach classroom physics labs. If you are a physics teacher and interested in being in this video, please email me a brief description of your approach to physics labs. Thanks and wish us luck!
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.