Physics (and physical sciences)...
Interested in learning about
Women in Physics? This site has a
searchable database with profiles on each woman and in many cases
images. You will find women here who made important contributions in
all areas of Physics as well as related
areas of Chemistry, Biology, and Education. Visit this UCLA website
Physics Projects? Here's one: the CPU
Project. "Constructing Physics Understanding" using technology to
enhance student understanding of physics. Check out the following
link. The second link is a general list of physics projects:
Physics Classroom provides tutorial
assistance to students to support your classroom efforts, a link is
also provided to multimedia resources to enable students to visualize
the various phenomena studied in Physics. The demos are presented as
"gif animations" and cover topics from acceleration to elastic and
inelastic collisions between vehicles! This site is a MUST visit! (A
walk thru the rest of this high school site is well worth the time
The Cambridge Physics
Outlet is a company that has supplemented their website with a
series of Physics related games, simulations, and problems for
students to solve.
PhysLINK: The Ultimate Physics Resource:
This attractive resource site has well developed reference,
societies, and publications sections, and also links to history,
news, and fun sites as well. Visitors can subscribe to PhysLINK's
Quotations mailing list for a weekly quote by e-mail.
EXPLORE SCIENCE.COM is an
interactive site where students and teachers can explore applications
of optics, mechanics, waves and other assorted investigations.
Shockwave is a necessary extension, it can be downloaded directly
from this site.