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The Physics Classroom: The Work-Energy Relationship: Bar Chart Illustrations has teaching guide Energizer Model
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This interactive tutorial from The Physics Classroom collection provides practice in using and understanding energy bar graphs. It integrates text explanations with animations and user-activated problem sets (with answers provided).


The Physics Classroom: The Work-Energy Relationship: Bar Chart Illustrations has student extra PhET Simulation: Energy Skate Park
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Explore the transformation of energy between different forms with The Skate Park simulation from PHET.


The Physics Classroom: The Work-Energy Relationship: Bar Chart Illustrations has student extra Roller Coaster Model
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Explore energy conservation and forces for a variety of roller coaster designs at with this downloadable applet from Open Source Physics (OSP).


The Physics Classroom: The Work-Energy Relationship: Bar Chart Illustrations has teaching guide Modular Approach to Physics: Simple Harmonic Motion - Weighted Spring
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This highly interactive applet depicts energy conservation for a mass on a spring. The mass, amplitude and spring constant of the spring can be modified. Vector displays and energy bar charts accompany the animation.


The Physics Classroom: The Work-Energy Relationship: Bar Chart Illustrations has teaching guide Pendulum Energy Model
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This downloadable interactive simulation from Open Source Physics (OSP) models the motion of a pendulum. The simulation combines numerical outputs and bar chart illustrations to demonstrate energy conservation for a pendulum. Includes classroom-ready handouts.


The Physics Classroom: The Work-Energy Relationship: Bar Chart Illustrations has teaching guide PhET Simulation: Energy Skate Park
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Engage your students with The Skate Park simulation from PHET.


The Physics Classroom: The Work-Energy Relationship: Bar Chart Illustrations has teaching guide Roller Coaster Model
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Explore energy conservation and forces for a variety of roller coaster designs at Open Source Physics (OSP). Modify designs and observe the results. Comes with classroom-ready materials.


The Physics Classroom: The Work-Energy Relationship: Bar Chart Illustrations covers the same topic as Modeling Physics.org: Qualitative Energy Storage and Conservation with Bar Graphs
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This is a model worksheet for high school students in which they create energy bar graphs and flow diagrams to represent a variety of situations.  This assessment is an example of the Modeling Instruction pedagogical method of teaching.


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The Physics Classroom: The Work-Energy Relationship: Bar Chart Illustrations has student extra Flickr Physics
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Visit The Physics Classroom's Flickr Galleries and enjoy a visual overview of the topic of work, energy and power.


The Physics Classroom: The Work-Energy Relationship: Bar Chart Illustrations has student extra Flickr Physics
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Visit The Physics Classroom's Flickr Galleries and take a virtual ride through the topic of roller coaster physics.


The Physics Classroom: The Work-Energy Relationship: Bar Chart Illustrations has teaching guide Curriculum Corner
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Practice makes perfect with this work-energy bar chart exercise from The Curriculum Corner.


The Physics Classroom: The Work-Energy Relationship: Bar Chart Illustrations has teaching guide Treasures from TPF
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Need ideas? Need help? Explore The Physics Front's treasure box of catalogued resources for teaching about energy.


The Physics Classroom: The Work-Energy Relationship: Bar Chart Illustrations has teaching guide Treasures from TPF
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The Physics Front's has catalogued a collection of interactive energy activities from across the web. Try 'em; you'll like 'em.



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