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Basic physics – a self-teaching guide, third edition Ebook

Basic Physics: A Self-Teaching Guide, Third Edition is the most practical, complete, and easy-to-use guide available for understanding physics and the physical world. Even if you don’t consider yourself a “science” person, this book helps make learning key concepts a pleasure, not a chore. Whether you need help in a course, want to review the basics for an exam, or simply have always been curious about such physical phenomena as energy, sound, electricity, light, and color, you’ve come to the right place! This fully up-to-date edition of Basic Physics: Has been revised to reflect research-based pedagogy on how people learn physics Requires no math–mathematical treatments and applications are included in optional sections so that you can choose either a mathematical or nonmathematical approach Lets you work at your own pace with a helpful question-and-answer format Lists objectives for each chapter–you can skip ahead or find extra help if you need it Reinforces what you learn with end-of-chapter self-tests  

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Frank Noschese earned his B.A. in Physics and M.A. in Teaching from Cornell University. He has spent his entire 21-year teaching career at John Jay High School in Cross River, New York, where he currently teaches College-Preparatory Physics and Advanced Placement Physics C. He has won the Paul W. Zitzewitz Excellence in K-12 Teaching Award from AAPT (2018) and the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (2011). In addition, Frank is a National Board Certified Teacher and New York State Master Teacher. He is a member of the American Association of Physics Teachers, the American Modeling Teachers Association, and STEMTeachersNYC. His classroom has been featured on MSNBC.com and CUNY-TV. In 2012, he was an invited speaker for TEDxNYED where he spoke about teaching science using inquiry and Modeling Instruction.






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