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This site provides the free electronic tutorials that teach the basic electronics principles needed to perform the interactive troubleshooting that we specialize in the Basic Electronics interactive Web..  


 

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Free Animations for High school Math and Physics Courses

 

When I taught electronics at a technical institute, I realized that most  of my effort was expended teaching teaching what I had learned in a public High school academic program.  I was motivated to learn algebra, advanced algebra, geometry,  trigonometry and advanced trigonometry with no motivations other than gaining entry into college.  Okay I'll admit physics and chemistry were a little fun.  Today, physics and mathematics teachers need to make their courses more interesting and performance orientated.  If you agree then: HAVE I GOT DEAL FOR YOU!

FREE: My Web sites full of my animations and simulations. Click Here! to see all my publications.

FREE: My e-books Electronics Concepts and Force Fields advertised above.

FREE: My List of 82 circuit animations also advertised above.

FREE: My Interactive Physics simulations allows students to apply Newton's laws of motion to navigate over a two dimensional plane.  Can be used to test students ability to deal with very large numbers or simply test their understanding of angles and Cartesian coordinates.

 

 

 

 

When to buy:  My sites, Kits  and books like Electronic Concepts are a great free assets that you can link to develop more interesting lesson plans.  Once you (Teachers and Curriculum directors) should consider buying a staple version that is independent of the continued (I'm Old, and my slide rule is starting to stick.) existence of my Webs.  This can be accomplished by purchasing  my special 2013 teachers package. Coming soon!   

 

 

 

 

 

 

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