Category Archives: physics problem db

Rubik’s cube test development

This week I was inspired by this intriguing post by my friend Ian Beatty. He talks about what it might be like to use a test-driven development process for teaching. Here’s the short version of what I got from that: … Continue reading

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Help with odd lab equipment

I co-facilitated a physics teacher professional development week here at Hamline a few weeks ago. It was really great talking and working with so many physics teachers! One of the things that came up was the need to help identify … Continue reading

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Markdown with Mathjax

This summer I’ve been working with others in the Global Physics Department to develop an online Physics Problem Database. We’re at version 0.1 right now (very alpha, so watch out) but it’s been a lot of fun learning about how … Continue reading

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