Sites that feature material related to the teaching of black hole physics, such as course syllabuses, ideas for class activities and "teacher's kits".
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Amazing Space Teaching Tools: Black Holes
Resources for classroom use; from the Space Telescope Science Institute: features an online exploration, a page on myths vs. realities, and materials about astronomers' observations of the galaxy Centaurus A.
Basic ideas of black hole physics, plus some more advanced material about astrophysical and quantum-gravity aspects; based on lectures given as part of a course "Foundations of Physics I" by Gabor Kunstatter at the University of Winnipeg in 2002.
Black Holes to Blackboards: God Divided by Zero
Text written by a high school teacher about simple ways to teach the basic concepts of black hole physics.
Black Holes: Fact and Fiction
Selected talks (slides and audio) from a 1999 Teachers Educational Forum on black holes at the Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics (UCSB); topics: black hole basics, astrophysical aspects, how to build a black hole in your classroom, and the relation with string theory.
Ted Bunn's Black Hole FAQ
List of questions that explore the basic properties of black holes (such as what happens when you fall in, or how a black hole evaporates).
Universe Forum: Black Holes
Materials about black holes from the national center for teaching and learning about the structure and evolution of the universe; sponsored by NASA and created by the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics.
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