by Julien Clinton Sprott
Call Number: QC33 S771p 2006
Table of Contents: Google Books
From the Back Cover:
Dr. Sprott shares demonstrations tested by years of teaching in his popular lecture series, the Wonders of Physics.
Organized to teach the six major areas of classical physics—motion, heat, sound, electricity, magnetism, and light—Physics Demonstrations includes:
a brief description of each demonstration
materials lists, with sources for common materials
discussions of the physics principles demonstrated
potential safety hazards
references for further information
Adapting to a changing world–challenges and opportunities in undergraduate physics education / Committee on Undergraduate Physics Education Research and Implementation
The National Academies Press, c2013.
“This report summarizes the committee’s response to its statement of task, which requires the committee to produce a report that identifies the goals and challenges facing undergraduate physics education and identifies how best practices for undergraduate physics education can be implemented on a widespread and sustained basis, assess the status of physics education research (PER) and discuss how PER can assist in accomplishing the goal of improving undergraduate physics education best practices and education policy.”
The report can be accessed at http://www.nap.edu/catalog.php?record_id=18312