Sites created by teachers or groups of teachers with the intent of supplementing the teaching of physics, mainly to high school students.
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The Brockport High School Science Department
Information for students and teachers such as how to study, lab assignments, short tutorials, AP physics schedule, and links to helpful science sites. Brockport, New York.
Physics resource for Berkeley High School students. Homework, handouts, grades, and projects are available online.
Croom Physics Online
Good selection of powerpoint physics lessons on three levels. Also has learning and reading strategies for science
Doug Craigen's Physics Pages
One physics expert's attempt to organize a useful and fun physics data on one site.
Hayes Physics: Physics Program at Hayes High School, Delaware, Ohio
High school physics curriculum, information and links.
IHS Physics Zone
A physics education site for students of Ithaca High School. Contains course descriptions, assignment lists, science links and other useful stuff.
Organised, detailed notes on physics covering complete courses of video lectures freely available online, including an ever-growing set of courses given by Professor Leonard Susskind and Professor Walter Lewin.
Mr. Clintberg's Studyphysics
Bryan Clintberg's collection of resources (including full class notes, websites, videos, and eBooks) for students, parents, and teachers of a high school level physics course. Based in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
Plano West Physics and Chemistry
Honors and AP course descriptions, school year schedules, suggested web sites and interactive demonstrations, handouts, labs and photographs. A good use of the internet in a high school setting.
Sckalor's A.P. Physics World
Great Neck South High School, New York. Schedule, description of the AP exam, school calendar, FAQ, AP course objectives and outlines, handouts in pdf format, recommended links, and Mr. Sckalor's biography.
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