U.K. teacher shares resources for taking physics lessons digital

08/5/2013 | Edutopia.org

In this blog post, Charlie Schofield, a volunteer technology teacher from London, shares several digital resources to help educators develop lessons in physics. Among them are Electrons, a program that simulates a charged particle and illustrates scientific concepts; Bobo Explores Light, which helps to examine the science behind light; and SimplePhysics, where users can build virtual structures and test them.

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