PHYS6611: Learning & Teaching Trigonometry-Based Physics

Course Description:

This course is for teachers to learn the content of trigonometry-based physics and how to teach it to students.  It is a mathematically rigorous course that both requires and reinforces knowledge of algebra and trigonometry as applied to one and two dimensional problems. It is aligned with the physics content often taught in the later years of high school, first-year college courses, or the New York State Regents. It provides the foundation for studying AP Physics, Chemistry, Biology and traditional university level physics courses. Topics include mechanics, electricity and magnetism, waves, and modern physics.

Credits: 6

Course Syllabus
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Tuition: $ 750.00

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