This demonstration shows the independence of the horizontal and vertical components of velocity. It can also be used to introduce frames of reference. The ballistic cart propels a steel ball out of the central pipe as it moves. This means that the ball projectile and cart are moving in different directions.
In this inquiry, students are shown how to do a simple titration with basic apparatus, using a dropper instead of a burette. This enables students to do several quick titrations using different... read more
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This is a classic demonstration that illustrates the power of atmospheric pressure. A small amount of water is heated in a pop can. The can is inverted and submerged in ice-cold water. As a result,... read more
The demonstrations/activities in this resource have been designed to challenge students' thinking as well as initiate lively classroom discussions that support constructivist learning. These short... read more