Blogging teacher uses "Angry Birds" in physics lessons

09/26/2011 | News & Observer (Raleigh, N.C.), The

Teacher and blogger John Burk says in this interview that he uses the video game "Angry Birds" to teach students about physics concepts. Burk says students can learn about laws of physics by observing the birds in the game fly through the air. He also is part of an online community of teachers who discuss physics, collaborate and learn from outside presenters.

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