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Physics posts in forward order

Because WordPress.com has an irrational aversion to people reading posts in chronological order, I’ve created a table of contents page for my posts tagged with the “physics” tag.  I have to maintain it manually, which is a pain, but I have no hope of WordPress.com ever doing the rational thing of allowing bloggers to have table of contents pages created automatically.

Physics posts (first year, mostly mechanics)

  1. Matter & Interactions
  2. Hydronium ions
  3. Classical mechanics, with computer simulation
  4. Conceptual Physics text needed
  5. Bad news for Matter and Interactions fans
  6. Physics Lab 1
  7. Physics C curriculum
  8. Quick response from Bruce Sherwood
  9. Physics lab equipment
  10. Tracker Video Analysis and Modeling Tool for Physics Education
  11. Physics Lab 1: ultrasonic rangefinders
  12. Texas planning to shut down physics departments
  13. Home schooling week 4
  14. Physics Lab 2
  15. Physics class progress
  16. Problem-solving paralysis
  17. Discussion of potential conceptual physics texts
  18. Physics Lab 3
  19. Tracker Video Analysis and Modeling Tool tested
  20. Physics Lab 4: spring constants
  21. Physics Lab 4: spring constants continued
  22. Physics curriculum discussion
  23. Home schooling weeks 5–8
  24. Physics update
  25. Tracker video analysis tool fixes
  26. Physics Lab 4: spring constants results
  27. The beauty of physics
  28. Physics homework with dominoes
  29. Soda-bottle rockets
  30. Vernier Video Physics for the iPad 2
  31. Physics homework (Chapter 4)
  32. Slinky lab
  33. Young’s modulus lab in physics
  34. Numbers vs. symbols
  35. Units in physics
  36. More on the slinky and the speed of sound
  37. Fields from nowhere
  38. Numbers vs. symbols again
  39. More on numbers and symbols
  40. NPR reports on peer instruction
  41. Speed of sound lab writeup
  42. Physics homework (Chapter 5)
  43. Preclass learning
  44. Newton’s measurement of g
  45. More on pendulums
  46. Pendulum lab went well
  47. Another plea for physics lab ideas
  48. Physics homework for chapter 6
  49. Gravitational potential energy
  50. Significant figures
  51. Graphical methods using average velocity
  52. Physics homework for chapter 7
  53. Modeling Instruction
  54. Physics homework chapter 8
  55. Friction lab writeup
  56. Review of 3 popular physics books
  57. Physics problem-solving
  58. Physics homework chapter 9
  59. Physics lab for chapter 8 but not 9?
  60. Princeton University’s Integrated Science course
  61. Physics homework chapter 10
  62. Physics simulations
  63. Soda-bottle rockets used
  64. Modeling workshops 2012
  65. The Cyrano question
  66. Circus physics
  67. Photoeletric effect
  68. San Leandro fund-raising for AP Physics
  69. Pressure and volume lab
  70. Astro-blaster
  71. Physics homework chapter 11
  72. Tuition scholarships for Modeling Instruction Workshops
  73. AP exam time
  74. Advanced Placement for talent development
  75. The kilogram
  76. Talking to Global Physics Department
  77. Soda-bottle rocket simulation
  78. LinReg for physics class data graphing
  79. Acronyms for physics modeling instruction
  80. Soda-bottle rocket simulation: take 2
  81. Physics homework chapter 12
  82. Reporting bugs in books and web sites
  83. Homemade super pulley
  84. Improved super pulley code
  85. Nerf gun prototype 1
  86. Nerf gun analysis
  87. Nerf gun analysis, continued
  88. Nerf gun on the oscilloscope
  89. Online physics—what about labs?

Physics posts (second year, mostly electricity and magnetism)

  1. Physics C: E&M curriculum for year and Chapter 13 homework
  2. Disappointing gas law demos
  3. On undergrad TAs
  4. Chapter 14 homework
  5. Chapter 14 done
  6. Chapter 15 homework
  7. Chapter 16 homework
  8. Chapter 17 homework
  9. Chapter 17 done, on to magnetic fields
  10. Chapter 18 homework
  11. Physics lab with magnetometer
  12. Magnetic fields with no lab
  13. Chapter 19 homework
  14. More stuff bought for the circuits class
  15. Chapter 20 homework
  16. RC time constant lab
  17. Battery internal resistance lab and Chapter 21 homework
  18. Destroying a hard drive
  19. Chapter 22 homework
  20. Snell’s Law lab
  21. Chapter 23 homework
  22. L/R time constant lab
  23. Colpitts LC oscillator
  24. Fitting L and R values
  25. LC resonance
  26. Capacitance depends on DC bias in ceramic capacitors
  27. Inductance of large inductor summarized
  28. Robots in physics
  29. In defense of programming for physics and math teachers
  30. Caballero on teaching physics with computation

See also the page of selected links for the Global Physics Department.

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