Particle Physics Videos…

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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 and Strong Nuclear Forces

A Unified Theory of Forces

The Weird Quantum World

Read more…

Do physicists have a sense of humour?

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Well, we certainly hope so….

Have a look at  Harry Hill’s interpretation of the concept of  time….

at   www.sciblog.org

Resources from SchoolPhysics

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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…

Support videos for ISA activities

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Here are some useful support videos for Physics from Dan Cottle on YouTube

http://www.youtube.com/user/blendedlearner/featured

Physics Videos

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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 …

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Free resources from A-Level Physics Tutor

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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.

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 may not be reproduced for profit by any other organisation.)

Another point of view…

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

Another Point of View

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