[LON-CAPA-users] Conceptual physics anyone?
Tue, 27 Apr 2004 13:49:23 -0400
I would recommend to look at Ed Kashy's newer material under
Also, if you point your course to
/res/msu/mmp/lbs271.sequence (first semester)
/res/msu/mmp/lbs272.sequence (second semester)
you will see less numerical, and more conceptual stuff than in
phy231c.sequence and phy232c.sequence
Of course the Hewett book does not have the classical kind of "end of
the chapter" problems, which are easily graded by a computer. You might
want to start editing some essay-type problems. If you show
http://www.lon-capa.org/publisher.html to the Little, Brown and Company
book rep, they might be interested in having a problem library
developed to go with their book.
On Apr 27, 2004, at 12:12 PM, Lars Jensen wrote:
> Hi Lon-capa users,
> We're considering setting up an on-line Conceptual Physics Course. Has
> anyone taught such course using lon-capa yet? If so, what problem
> libraries contain problems for such course.
> Currently we're using Hewitt's nook "Conceptual Physics" for the
> Lars Jensen, TMCC/Vista B200, 7000 Dandini Blvd, Reno NV 89512-3999.
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