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Forces and Motion

For Students of Baldwin Wallace College

Spring Semester 2011

Monday – Wednesday
10:00 – 11:15 am
Room 139
Wilker

Faculty

Richard Heckathorn

The materials for this course were organized and edited by Richard Heckathorn using materials from a program called Operation Physics and includes materials developed by him.

The original OPERATION PHYSICS activity sequence to improve physics teaching and learning in upper elementary and middle schools was funded by the National Science Foundation.

Original Material Copyright 1992 by American Institute of Physics Materials edited and photoduplicated with permission.
FORCES & MOTION INTRODUCTION

WORKSHOP LEADER’S TOPIC INFORMATION
INTRODUCTION TO FORCES & MOTION

An understanding of force and motion is fundamental to the study of almost all other physics-related topics. Yet it is a topic often overlooked or only cursorily introduced in elementary and middle school science, even though it is a topic typically identified for inclusion in the curriculum for these grades. A primary reason for this is that many teachers do not feel comfortable about their own understanding of the topic. Consequently, this may be the most needed of all of the OPERATION PHYSICS workshops.

This workshop leader’s notebook is divided into two parts:

PART ONE Motion

Part One begins by introducing participants to the concepts of space and time. These concepts are then used in describing simple types of motion. These motions are then classified as accelerated and not accelerated (constant velocity). Emphasis is placed on distinguishing between speed and velocity, between average and instantaneous values and on accelerated motion. This section should not be skipped, for it develops ideas necessary to the understanding of other ideas…...

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