The resourceful physics teacher Physics teacher Keith Gibbs shares some of his many demonstrations and experiments for the physics classroom. During more than 30 years of teaching physics, I have come across many interesting demonstrations and teaching ideas – often suggested by relatives, friends, colleagues and past students. In 2000, I began to gather these ideas together – this was the basis of the Schoolphysics website and CD-ROM collection. Over time, I added more explanation and background for teachers whose specialism was not physics. 20 best chicken recipes: part 1 Simon Hopkinson and Lindsey Bareham’s roast chicken Servesgood butter 110g, at room temperaturefree-range chicken 1.8 kgsalt and pepperlemon 1thyme or tarragon or a mixture of the two, several sprigsgarlic 1 clove, peeled and crushed Preheat the oven to 230C/gas mark 8. Smear the butter with your hands all over the bird. Put the chicken in a roasting tin that will accommodate it with room to spare. Season liberally with salt and pepper and squeeze over the juice of the lemon.
Graph Mole - Easy Version This is the easy version of Graph Mole, a fun little Algebra game that teaches you how to plot points on a Cartesian coordinate plane. If you have never graphed Cartesian coordinates before, click on the "Introduction" button above to see a funny interactive story that teaches you how to do it. If you already know how to graph Cartesian coordinates, click on the "Play Game" button above to play the easy version of the Graph Mole game. Once you've mastered the easy version, try the medium version of Graph Mole or the hard version of Graph Mole. Can you bonk the mole before he gets all the vegetables?
The American Go Foundation A Guide for the Complete Beginner If you have played 100 games, whether online or against a human or computer, perhaps you have glimpsed a bit of the depth, the challenge the game presents. Now you're trying to figure out how to get stronger -- like the rest of us! Just playing game after game may not be enough. Here are four suggestions to improve your play. Play Stronger Players: Find the strongest player who will give you a game, put some handicap stones on the board, and carefully study how White accomplishes the result.
schoolphysics Sample Creative Teaching Ideas Convection and a tea bag This is a fun experiment to demonstrate convection especially if you use the £10 note! Take a tea bag, slit one end open and remove the tea. Shape the bag into a cylinder and stand it on a sheet of paper on the bench (a heat resistant mat underneath the paper is not really necessary but might be a good idea the first time you try this). Set light to the top of the bag and wait. GCSE Revision mats - MathedUp! It’s that time of year again where we are in the thick of GCSE revision lessons. Some of this time, quite rightly, should be dedicated to exam paper practice but I find that the repetitiveness of this often leads to stale lessons and it is difficult to monitor how much progress students are actually making. My current group of brilliant, hard working, year 11s are quite mixed ability with some students who are working towards securing a C grade and others aiming for Bs, As and A*s.
Newton's 3 Laws of Motion Problem: Does height of a ramp affect the distance a hot wheels car will travel? Hypothesis: I think that ... because ... Materials: Exercise & the Immune System (2): Releasing the Psoas & Spine - The Tender Foodie - The Tender Palate. For Foodies with Food Allergies. PICTURED: Melanie McQuown, PeaceLab Yoga. PHOTOS COURTESY OF: Daniel E. Johnson, Wealthy Street Photography This is part of a series to help those of us with stressed immune systems get moving and connect to our inner kitten... or tiger... or raaaaahr.... In, "Exercise & The Immune System: Get Your Sexy Back", I chatted with Keri Topouzian, D.O., FACOEP about how exercise supports immunity, and why challenging our bodies is so important. PLEASE NOTE: BEFORE TRYING ANY NEW EXERCISE ROUTINE, PLEASE CHECK WITH YOUR DOCTOR and work with an EXPERIENCED YOGA INSTRUCTOR.
Air Resistance > Experiment #13 from Physics with Vernier Recommended for High School. Loaded: 0% Progress: 0% Introduction When you solve physics problems involving free fall, often you are told to ignore air resistance and to assume the acceleration is constant. In the real world, because of air resistance, objects do not fall indefinitely with constant acceleration. MEDIAN Don Steward secondary maths teaching: surds watch the youtube clip Golden Section IV by Jo Niemeyer establish that the lengths indicated are in a 'golden' ratio if you fit three identical circles inside a semicircle: Discover A Hobby - Ultimate Directory for Finding and Learning New Hobbies!! Calligraphy Alphabet Examples Before we get started with the article, below are some fantastic examples of great calligraphy Alphabets that you can use to practice. Blackletter Font Italic Font Roundhand Font Unical Font
Surds When we can't simplify a number to remove a square root (or cube root etc) then it is a surd. Example: √2 (square root of 2) can't be simplified further so it is a surd Example: √4 (square root of 4) can be simplified (to 2), so it is not a surd! Have a look at some more examples: The surds have a decimal which goes on forever without repeating, and are Irrational Numbers. How did we get the word "Surd" ? Math Play: How Young Children Approach Math Four-year-old Nita is playing with four dolls that came from a set of six. Passing by, her teacher inquires, "Where are the others?" Her teacher overhears Nita say, "Ummm...[pointing to each doll] I'm calling you 'one.' You're 'two' and 'three' and 'four.'