Presentations from Cyberphysics

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CyberPhysics provides a range of resources for teachers and students of Physics. Presentations are available for downloading  at  http://www.cyberphysics.co.uk/PowerPoints/PowerPointPresentations.htm

Gangnam style …….Newton’s Pendulum

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Physics can be fun! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ol2pg1C4fHk&feature=share&list=UUega8-jeqghw77kY7SLTzXA  One of many useful   XMPHYSICS  resources. Also on Facebook at  https://www.facebook.com/xmphysics

Resources from Teaching Advanced Physics (TAP)

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Teaching Advanced Physics     (TAP)  contains detailed ideas and resources for teaching physics to students aged 16–19. http://www.tap.iop.org/ The resources may be downloaded and adapted according to your own requirements. There is a helpful guide to match the resources to your chosen A-Level Specification  ( Materials may be used within educational establishments free of charge, but it […]

Another point of view…

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Fascinating …..Richard Feynman looks at the world from another point of view…. Another Point of View

Revision notes for AS and A2 Physics

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Here is a very useful revision resource for Physics . AS and A2 topics covered.  http://physicsnet.co.uk/a-level-physics-as-a2/

The Leonardo Project

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The Leonardo Project is designed to aid the teaching of A2 Physics.   It is covered by the use of interactive tutorials and videos. Tutorials were written and filmed at Cramlington Community School http://www.cramlingtonlv.co.uk/leonardo/ 

Resource for studying waves and oscillations

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Here is an excellent resource for students and teachers . The learning resource is suitable for the  AS and A Level topics of waves and sound physics. The website uses high speed video and animations to help explain waves and acoustics. http://www.acoustics.salford.ac.uk/feschools/

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