Physics Pathway presents four master Physics teachers in a synthetic interview (SI) format to help with issues of teaching high school physics. A library of physics video clips from award-winning videodiscs is included alongside the synthetic interviews.

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Background Information

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Supported by the National Science Foundation Teacher Professional Continuum Program under Grants 0455772 & 0455813. A preliminary version was supported by NSF's NSDL Program under grants 0226219 & 0226157.

For more information, contact Scott Stevens, CMU Principal Investigator (PI), or Dean Zollman, KSU PI.

Research related to the teaching and learning of physics is emphasized at KSU's Physics Education Research Group, Kansas State University, 116 Cardwell Hall, Manhattan, KS 66506-2601, Phone (785) 532-1612.

 

More details on ETC graduate student projects available at Carnegie Mellon University's Entertainment Technology Center (ETC).