Magnetism Slide Show:
A small slideshow that has some content notes and some questions. A small example of a slideshow that isn't purely, deathly boring.It isn't great, but its ok. A work in progress. plulai.




Magnetism & Electromagnetic Induction: Notes from Wayne Mullins. Wayne's (now somewhat old) notes can be accessed at
https://mus.haikulearning.com/wayne.mullins/apphysics1201516/cms_page/view/19696981
Electricity & Magnetism: Resources from FSU

include images, text, and a link to some sims.


Electromagnet Exploration
  1. Author: Paul Lulai
  2. Type: Guided Inquiry

Magnetic Force Lab �13�
1. Author: Bill Taylor bt4_1284@yahoo.com
2. Type: Guided Inquiry

PPT: Magnetism and Relativity
  1. Contributed by David Derbes
  2. Description: A PowerPoint file showing how the magnetic force acting on a moving charge may be regarded as an electric force from the rest frame of the moving charge. Based upon the treatment of E. M. Purcell, “Electricity and Magnetism”, and T. M. Helliwell, “Introduction to Special Relativity”.

Eddy Currents Treatment - By David Derbes.

Magnetism: Demos and Activities

1. Contributed by Joe Morin
2. Click on the following link: magnetism photos for rail gun and electric motor activities/demos.

Magnetism: Inductor Lab
1. Contributed by Joel Bradford
2. A lab instruction sheet and a sample spreadsheet for an R-L circuits lab using PSSC solenoid as the inductor:,

RL Circuit lab using the Pasco 750 and the RLC Circuit board: this lab gives EVERY step, good if you don't use the Pasco stuff often and forget key steps from year to year (from Yvonne Eibeck)

Particle Accelerator Data:

Magnetic Field Labs (from the Matter & Interactions curriuculum)
Contributed by Frank Noschese, Authors: Bruce Sherwood and Ruth Chabay
Lenz's Law practice worksheet with flip book assignment
by Francie Cashman
Worksheet has different scenarios in which students identify the induced magnetic field and current. Students then create a flip book from squares of paper to animate Lenz's law through a few induced current reversals. I use this in my CP and Honors Physics classes to help students really get Lenz's law. Most students assemble their own flip book while others opt to purchase a Post-It style pad and draw on that.