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We give detailed recipes for a number of classroom demonstrations relevant to biological physics instruction. We developed them mainly for use in 2nd-3rd year undergraduate Physics courses. But you can (and we do) use them for primary school, through high school, up to PhD candidates. You adapt the words for each audience, but a phenomenon is a phenomenon.
We also outline a 1-hour introduction to Python for undergraduate scientific computing.
Finally we document some outcomes from courses taught at U Pennsylvania using these resources and others cited here. This material was presented at a workshop at the AAPT meeting in July 2018.
Copyright 2018 Philip C Nelson
biophysics, physics demonstrations, climate
Nelson, P. C., & Berner, W. (2018). Activities and Classroom Demonstrations in Biological Physics: A resource document. Retrieved from https://repository.upenn.edu/physics_papers/646
Date Posted: 30 July 2018