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12 Multiple Choice Questions
Rounding Sig Figs, Relationships, Accuracy/Precision
Uses font BADA BOOM available free at:
http://www.boardoo.com/free-fonts/Free-Fonts-B/Bada-Boom-free-font-474.html
Lisa Tarman

10 Multiple Choice Questions (uses BADA BOOM font)
Position Time Graphs
Lisa Tarman

10 Multiple Choice Questions (uses BADA BOOM font)
Velocity Time Graphs
Lisa Tarman

10 Multiple Choice Questions (uses BADA BOOM font)
This might not be as useful to others
Espcially #12 -- I lashed my photogates & auxilary photogates together with
an eraser in between --- the beams are 2.6 cm apart.
Lisa Tarman

Clicker questions on Dynamics. Students think first, then view mc answers. ThenIt is the standard Peer Instruction Method.
Rutgers

Electrical Circuits: Students think first, then view mc answers. ThenIt is the standard Peer Instruction Method.
Rutgers

Electrostatics: Students think first, then view mc answers. ThenIt is the standard Peer Instruction Method.
Rutgers

Energy: Students think first, then view mc answers. ThenIt is the standard Peer Instruction Method.
Rutgers

Kinematics: Students think first, then view mc answers. ThenIt is the standard Peer Instruction Method.
Rutgers

Magnetism: Students think first, then view mc answers. ThenIt is the standard Peer Instruction Method.
Rutgers

Momentum: Students think first, then view mc answers. ThenIt is the standard Peer Instruction Method.
Rutgers

Statics: Students think first, then view mc answers. ThenIt is the standard Peer Instruction Method.
Rutgers

For use with an airtrack to demonstrate the elastic and inelastic collisions
Dan Burns

PowerPoint for introducing rolling with clicker questions. Insert the following 5 videos for the complete slideshow.
Dan Burns








180 questions: displacement, velocity, and acceleration, motion graphs, kinematic equations, and free fall.
This project was sponsored by the NSF's RET program at Purdue University. Grant#1460899
Craig Smiley

30 questions: resultant of vectors graphically by head-to-tail method, and components.
This project was sponsored by the NSF's RET program at Purdue University. Grant#1460899
Craig Smiley

17 questionsThis project was sponsored by the NSF's RET program at Purdue University. Grant#1460899
Craig Smiley

123 questions: 1st & 2nd Newton's Laws, FBD, friction, Atwood Machine, tension, Newton's 3rd Law, multiple objects, air resistance, springs
This project was sponsored by the NSF's RET program at Purdue University. Grant#1460899
Craig Smiley

32 questions: Uniform Circular Motion, Vertical Circles, other Non-uniform Circular Motion
This project was sponsored by the NSF's RET program at Purdue University. Grant#1460899
Craig Smiley

45 questions: Work, Kinetic Energy, Power, Potential Energy, Conservation of Mechanical Energy
This project was sponsored by the NSF's RET program at Purdue University. Grant#1460899
Craig Smiley

38 questions: Momentum, Impulse, Conservation of Momentum
This project was sponsored by the NSF's RET program at Purdue University. Grant#1460899
Craig Smiley


76 questions: Kinematics, Motion Graphs, Rotation to Translation, Moment of Inertia, Torque, Rolling, Angular Momentum
This project was sponsored by the NSF's RET program at Purdue University. Grant#1460899
Craig
Smiley

25 questions: Gravitational Force, Circular Orbits, Gravitational Potential Energy
This project was sponsored by the NSF's RET program at Purdue University. Grant#1460899
Craig Smiley

36 questions: 1-D motion, critical points, definite integrals
This project was sponsored by the NSF's RET program at Purdue University. Grant#1460899
Craig Smiley

50 questions: Charging, Coulomb's Law, Electric Field, 1-D superposition, Electric Potential (unconventional approach)
This project was sponsored by the NSF's RET program at Purdue University. Grant#1460899
Craig Smiley

55 questions: Electric Potential Difference, Current, Resistance, Power, Series, Parallel, Combination Circuits
This project was sponsored by the NSF's RET program at Purdue University. Grant#1460899
Craig Smiley

51 questions: Magnets, Magnetic Field, Magnetic Force, Right-hand Rules, Electromagnetic Induction (without Flux)
This project was sponsored by the NSF's RET program at Purdue University. Grant#1460899
Craig Smiley

38 questions: Characteristics of a Wave, Interference, Standing Waves, Decibels, Doppler Effect
This project was sponsored by the NSF's RET program at Purdue University. Grant#1460899
Craig Smiley

44 questions: Color, E/M Waves, Reflection, Refraction
This project was sponsored by the NSF's RET program at Purdue University. Grant#1460899
Craig Smiley

68 questions: Thermal Expansion, Heat Transfer, 1st Law of Thermo, 2nd Law of Themo applied to Heat Engines
This project was sponsored by the NSF's RET program at Purdue University. Grant#1460899
Craig Smiley