Here is a collection of interactive simulations suitable for reinforcing/investigating concepts in UNIT 2 (AQA) http://phet.colorado.edu/en/simulations/category/physics/motion You can download them and run them on your own computer (Java required) or run them online.
Here is a superb set of simulations, to enrich and enhance the understanding of physics …. http://www.walter-fendt.de/ph14e/
Here is a terrific collection from Richard Feynman on the BBC website… http://www.bbc.co.uk/archive/feynman/
Here is a very useful set of Youtube videos for A-Level Physics Students. http://www.youtube.com/user/Kamalthewafi Presented by Mr. Wafi
Here are a number of useful YouTube videos for Particle Physics In Search of Giants – Atoms and the Periodic Table Discovery of the electron Discovery of the Atomic Nucleus The Existence of Quarks The Standard Model of Particle Physics The Nature of Forces Gravity and Electromagnetism The Unification of Electricity and Magnetism The Weak […]
Well, we certainly hope so…. Have a look at Harry Hill’s interpretation of the concept of time…. at www.sciblog.org
There are some extremely useful resources for Physics on schoolphysics.co.uk The website also includes numerous animations, to enrich and enhance teaching and learning…
Here are some useful support videos for Physics from Dan Cottle on YouTube http://www.youtube.com/user/blendedlearner/featured
Here is a YouTube channel containing a series of Physics videos which are intended to give a basic introduction to the subjects covered. Author: Dr PhysicsA has a BSc (physics) and PhD (nuclear physics) from King’s College, London. http://www.youtube.com/user/DrPhysicsA The videos are … Read the rest of this topic (80 words)
A-Level Physics Tutor now offers nine e-books of physics notes. The resources of A-Level Physics Tutor are for personal use only. Any material contained on the site may be printed out, providing the copyright notice is clearly shown. An excellent set of resources for students…and teachers.