Lect02 - Physics 215 Physics for Elementary Education...

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Physics 215 Physics for Elementary Education Instructor: Dr. Mark Haugan Office: PHYS 282 haugan@purdue.edu TA: Mayra Cervantes Office: PHYS 222 mcervant@purdue.edu TA: Jordan Kendall Office: PHYS 222 kendallj@purdue.edu TA: Daniel Whitenack Office: PHYS 136 dwhitena@purdue.edu Office Hours: If you have questions, just email us to make an appointment. We enjoy talking about teaching and learning physics!
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Syllabus Reminder The Syllabus and Course Schedule are accessible from the home page of the Physics Department’s website, http://www.physics.purdue.edu . From their you access the course page by selecting phys215 from the Current Courses menu and clicking [Go]. I-Clicker Registration Change The software we were going to use to register your I-Clickers during a lab session does not work as advertised. So, I must ask you to register them the “old fashioned way” by entering the code on the back of your I-Clicker into the Computer Homework In Physics (CHIP) system by hand. then click on Student Gradebook. You will be asked to use your Career Account username and password to log on. When you do, enter your I-Clicker code in the space provided and click the [Add following ID] button to register it. You can do this by going to the home page of the Physics Department’s website, http://chip.physics.purdue.edu . Click on the Physics 215 button Later, you can logon to Chip to check that homework, exam, … scores have been properly recorded.
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Describing Motion: Speed-Time Graphs Here is the speed-time graph representing the motion of a cart that a student pushed and pulled on during a Chapter 1, Activity 1 lab session. How would you describe the cart’s motion using words? At the time when the measurement starts, t = 0 seconds, the cart’s speed is nearly zero. In other words, it is essentially at rest at that time. Its speed increases quite steadily for the first second, stays fairly constant for
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