Physics Video Tutorial

Welcome to our Physics Video Tutorials!  Each Video Tutorial presents details about a complex topic in an organized fashion. They are a video version of our written Physics Classroom Tutorial. The videos contain much of the same information but in most cases go a bit further than the written Tutorial and include animations not found in our written Tutorial. 


Just so you know, you've reached our Construction Zone. Please forgive our pixel dust.  We are not a static website; we are constantly making efforts to grow and improve our collection of resources. This section of our website is what we are currently working on. As of August, 2019, we have moved this project to the top of our priority list. We suspect our devotion to this project will continue for two years as we improve the Tutorial value of our website. We will constantly be adding content to this section and refining the content in response to user feedback and observations of how students interact with it.

Unlike the dreaded roadside construction, this website construction can cultivate a sense of anticipation. ‚ÄčIf you don't find what you need on the first look, please keep coming back since additional content will be regulary added. You can also subscribe to our YouTube channel and receive notifications of our regular updates. And if you find a video that is useful, please pay us back with a like.
 





Video Tutorials are organized by topic. All the eventual topics are listed below. ‚ÄčThose that include videos will have a link to that topic page. Some topics do not include links because ... it's the Construction Zone and we are still building it. As time progresses, each listed topic will have videos and a link. Click a topic below to view Video Tutorials for that topic.


 

Topics:


1-D Kinematics (16 Videos)

Newton's Laws (18 videos)

Vectors and Projectiles (8 Videos)

Forces in Two Dimensions

Momentum and Collisions

Work and Energy

Circular and Satellite Motion

Static Electricity

Electric Circuits

Wave Mechanics

Sound Waves and Music

Light and Color

Reflection and Mirrors

Refraction and Lenses


 

 







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