Six Ideas That Shaped Physics is consistent with the three basic principles of the IUPP: The pace of the introductory course should be reduced so that a broader range of students can achieve an acceptable level of competence and satisfaction; there should be more contemporary physics in the course; and the course should use one or more story lines to help organize ideas and help motivate student interest. The author adds three principles of his own to help round-out this exceptional outlook: The course should seek to embrace the best of what educational research has taught us about conceptual and structural problems with the standard course; the course should stake out a middle ground between the standard introductory course and exciting but radical courses that require a substantial investment in infrastructure and/or training; and the course should be useful in fairly standard environments and should be easy for teachers to understand and adopt. This carefully organized system of learning aims to assist students gain confidence as they proceed to more difficult concepts.7 Imagine an electric lawn mower has a motor that can produce 2.0 hp of mechanical power when connected directly to a ... E5R.2 Imagine that your father has an electric winch that he uses to haul his sailboat out of the water up into a trailer. ... on one end of the cord to the car battery, and connect the two wires at the other end of the extension cord to the winch. ... l000W-j day month A IkW ac h month Two-Minute Problems 87 GLOSSARY circuit diagram: a schematic diagram that 74anbsp;...
|Title||:||Electromagnetic Fields are Dynamic|
|Author||:||Thomas A. Moore|
|Publisher||:||McGraw-Hill College - 1998-01-01|