Direct Measurement Videos Direct Measurement Videos are short, high-quality videos of real events that allow students to easily explore physical phenomena. Many of the videos are paired with classroom-ready activities that integrate videos into the introductory mechanics curriculum. Ready to explore? Browse the Video Library Want to learn more? Read about getting started with Direct Measurement Videos. Grape Plasmas Listen Now Download as mp3 Part 1,2 from the show Fusion - The Power of the Sun What you Need What to do Take one or more grapes and almost cut them in half to leave a piece of skin between the two halves of the e grape.
Vidéos "Pas à pas" Arvind Gupta Our core belief is that children learn by doing - by touching, feeling, cutting, sticking -- pulling things apart, putting things together. We believe that this hands-on science helps them relate to curriculum and get conceptual understanding. We believe this will revolutionize the way children learn. A child lighting up a LED with a Syringe Generator is more likely to light up his village tomorrow. Math, Physics, and Engineering Applets Oscillations and Waves Acoustics Signal Processing Electricity and Magnetism: Statics Electrodynamics Video Library Our new educational effort is called Pivot Interactives. The new Pivot Interactives website offers a powerful platform for students to learn science concepts and science process skills. It contains classroom-ready activities with integrated data tables and graphing capabilities, teacher-modifiable student instructions, and allows teachers to create classes to assign and grade student work. In addition, the platform features more video arrays with the Pivot Player interactive tools, and a user-interface that allows users to change variables within the videos, such as the mass of objects or frequency of a wave. Here are the changes underway: During late summer and fall 2017, many of the videos on the Direct Measurement Video website will be migrated to the Pivot Interactives site and will no longer be freely available.
Physics Flash Animations We have been increasingly using Flash animations for illustrating Physics content. This page provides access to those animations which may be of general interest. The animations will appear in a separate window. La ligne d'eau Have you seen traveling water, i.e. water traveling from one cup to another without being close together or one directly above the other. It can be easily done with the help of a string! In this experiment, you will find out that water doesn’t just flow in river. It can flow on a string, too. It’s not magic. It’s science! Beautiful Reactions Precipitation Chemical Garden Color Change Metal Displacement Resource Detail Users' Tags: Descriptor: applied sciences biology chemistry energy physics technology Age range: 5 - 20 Resource type: demonstration, educational game, enquiry-oriented activity, experiment, exploration, lesson plan, open activity, project Creative commons: Project: Science in school
Le canon à air "rond de fumée" Playing with an air canon is always fun. You can use it to propel little tissue balls or have a race to see who can make the balls fly the farthest. But did you know that you can also make a smoke ring with it? Gravity Force Lab: Basics Gravity Force Lab: Basics is an interactive sim. It changes as you play with it. It has a Play Area and a Control Area. The Play Area has two mass spheres, a blue sphere labeled mass 1 and a red sphere labeled mass 2. A force arrow starts at the center of each sphere and points directly at the opposite sphere. Comment créer un livre 3D! An anaglyph is made of two superimposed images, but a little offset, consisting of red (most often found on the left) and cyan (most often found on the right). The space between the 2 images (also called parallax) is not the same everywhere, is not constant. To create the relief effect, we must use red and cyan (mix between green and blue) filters like the anaglyph's colors. The eye with the red filter will not filter the red image but will block the blue one.