Monthly Archives: May 2015

How to drill a well

In one of my courses this semester students were learning about the coriolis and centrifugal forces that things seem to experience on the earth. There’s a problem at the back of the chapter that asks when a dropped rock would … Continue reading

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In class versus screencast

Something happened in class on Friday that I wanted to get down before I forgot about it. It’s a good follow up to my last post about the value of class time. On Fridays we do a review of the … Continue reading

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