My 14 year old wrote and performed a speech she would like to deliver at The Women’s March on Washington on 2017.01.21. Please enjoy, like and share!!
On many occasions I have been asked about my approach to physics labs. Considering I don’t feel any particular philosophy is the “best” one, I asked other physics teachers to join me in this video. Therefore today’s video is a collaboration with five physics teachers: “Six Teacher Approaches to Physics Labs”. Thank you very much to Laura Zeller, Shaun Thomas, Will Segal, Janel Morris, and Nick Sourvelis for collaborating with me on this project!
I am representing the USA as part of a panel of webinar presenters to almost 200 teachers around the world. Excited, honored and a bit nervous. 😀
Yesterday while I was filming in my basement somebody rang the front door, walked around to the side door and rang that doorbell, proceeded to bang on the side door, and then walked to the front and banged on the front door. I decided, I guess you really want to talk to me and finally answered the front door, in mr.p’s prom dress. The gentleman from the tree trimming company who wanted to get in to the backyard didn’t make any comments about my attire. Which was too bad because I looked good!
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.