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Physics Resources to study Physics

Discussion in 'Science' started by objectiveledcack, Jul 9, 2012.

  1. objectiveledcack

    objectiveledcack New commenter

    Can anyone point me in the right direction. I am looking for resources to study / refresh physics knowledge.
    I cant seem to find anything on the net, but perhaps I am looking in the wrong places. Any ideas as youtube seems to be very limited.
    Thanks
     
  2. objectiveledcack

    objectiveledcack New commenter

    Can anyone point me in the right direction. I am looking for resources to study / refresh physics knowledge.
    I cant seem to find anything on the net, but perhaps I am looking in the wrong places. Any ideas as youtube seems to be very limited.
    Thanks
     
  3. MarkS

    MarkS New commenter

    At what level???
     
  4. Cosmic_Rainbow

    Cosmic_Rainbow New commenter

    buy this book - physics for you. its awsome
    also look on bbc bitesize
     
  5. You could also try
    Teaching Secondary Physics, from the ASE - it is intended to support the non-specialist.
    There are also courses at the National Science Learning Centre to help non-specialists. If you work in a maintained or special school, there might even be funding available for it! This might not be int itme for September though...
     
  6. Orion

    Orion New commenter

  7. Orion

    Orion New commenter

    Yes the IOP they are quite good [​IMG]
     
  8. You'll find some excellent material on the IoP website, including videos. You should also try the IoPs 'Supporting teacher network' (they have some videos on you tube. The jewel in their crown though must be their 'supporting physics teaching' materials
    http://www.iop.org/education/teacher/support/spt/page_41531.html
    You should also look at the e-library at the National STEM centre http://www.nationalstemcentre.org.uk/
    and the Science Learning Centre... https://www.sciencelearningcentres.org.uk/
    Rob
     

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