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Physics : a contextual approach by David Madden
Call Number: 530 MAD
Practical Physics Labs by Peter Goodwin; Thomas G. Cohn (Editor); Nicholas Soloway (Illustrator)
This is a student digital resource from Science By Doing that contains interactive materials exploring many aspects of energy including the different forms of energy, the energy of moving things, heat, electricity, energy in food, and sources of energy used by modern societies.
This is an interactive resource about the potential and kinetic energy changes as a skater rolls around a skate park. Students learn about conservation of energy with a skater, they can build tracks, ramps and jumps for the skater and view the kinetic energy, potential energy and friction as he moves.
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