Physics
My current take on Modeling Physics, integrated with standards-based grading, is very exciting to me. It includes ideas and curriculum from all sorts of wonderful, brilliant, and innovative people. However, it is still clearly based on the Modeling Instruction materials I first used in 1998. Even though my edits, particularly in the past few years, have rendered them substantially different, AMTA has asked me not to post them here. Unfortunately, I can't post things on the AMTA site either, but I hope that that will change soon. In the meantime, there's nothing posted behind the tiles below. Stay tuned, follow me on Twitter. If a significant change comes, I'll let you know.


1. Constant Velocity Particle Model

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2. Balanced Forces Particle Model

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3. Uniformly Accelerated Particle Model

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4. Unbalanced Forces Particle Model

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5. Momentum Transfer Model

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6. Energy Transfer Model

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7. Projectiles (Particle Models in Two-Dimenstions)

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8. Circular (Particle Models in Two-Dimensions)

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9. Electric Charge, Force, Field, and Energy Model

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10. Electric Circuits (Charge Flow and Electric Field Energy Models)

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11. Models of Light

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12. Extra Practice