How to construct and attach a constant force/acceleration fan attachment to a Vernier dynamics cart.
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Robert Dart's curator insight,
February 3, 1:01 AM
Some good games here. Will take a while to get through these.
Beth Dichter's curator insight,
August 13, 2013 10:33 PM
Richard Byrne has updated his list of sites that provide free videos. His top five list is below: * Next Vista * PBS Video * Explore.org * The National Film Board of Canada * Vimeo Each link provides a short description of what the site has to offer. You will also be able to access the fill list of sites through this post. Videos are a great tool to quickly engage students in learning and this list of websites as well as this search engine are great options to put in your toolbox.
Gary Faust's curator insight,
August 14, 2013 2:10 PM
So nice to have an update of video resources. Thanks!
Kimberly House's curator insight,
August 15, 2013 4:35 AM
I will certainly be sharing this with staff at my school! The list is thorough and gives a brief desciption of each of the sites mentioned. The list is also uptodate, having just been checked and edited by it's original creator.
Fox eBook's curator insight,
July 26, 2013 10:17 PM
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