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Courses that I've taught (including the one I'm teaching now):

Lecture courses

  • Basic Physics PHYS:1400 (29:008)
  • College Physics II PHYS:1512 (29:012)
  • Physics I PHYS:1700 (29:17)
  • Physics IV PHYS:2704
  • Electronics PHYS:3850 (29:128)
  • Electricity & Magnetism PHYS:3811 (29:129)
  • Electricity & Magnetism PHYS:3812 (29:130)
  • Plasma Physics I PHYS:4731 (29:194)
  • Plasma Physics II PHYS:7729 (29:195)
  • Advanced Plasma Physics I PHYS:7730 (29:294)
  • Advanced Plasma Physics II (29:295)

Laboratories

  • 29:08/11/12/17/18/27/28/29/30 Introductory Physics Laboratories
  • Electronics PHYS:3850 (29:128)

Teaching techniques

How to use "flipping" to teach college-level
physics and other technical subjects

  • Youtube channel
  • Seminar April 27, 2015 Emory University
    • handout notes pdf file
    • powerpoint file with movies 39 MB
    • videos of presentation:
      • 1 What is flipping? 06:07
      • 2 Example flip videos 05:16
      • 3 The problems flipping solves, and what to do in the classroom 02:48
      • 4 Good practices - keep it short, use quizzes 07:44
      • 5 Good practices - guide the eye amongst the clutter 05:41
      • 6 Outcomes - learning and student satisfaction 04:57
      • 7 How to do it - the hardware and software 05:51

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updated 22 June 2015