Some examples of simple but effective activities to help students understand better concepts identified as being challenging. Here are examples that might help you with Sig Digs, Kinematics, and Vectors. All activities are involve kinaesthetic experiences, to bring class to life. Give it a try if you teach Physics!
Categories: Teacher Demonstration
This demonstration results in the isolation of DNA from banana. It is very useful for students to see DNA to bring some sense of physical reality to what can be a very abstract topic. read more
Author: Elizabeth Smith, Don Galbraith Award winner, Wilfrid Laurier University This activity is intended as an introductory exploration of simple machines. The teacher will engage students by... read more