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Want to talk with intro physics for life sci (IPLS) instructors? Join 1 of our 3 free virtual working groups this semester! A group focused on Fluids curriculum starts tomorrow at 9am ET! Learn more & sign up at this short form: https://t.co/dRTY4RXfkE https://t.co/nKT2NJbuqC
More AAPT sessions will be at: EC: NSF-Sponsored Physics and Astronomy Projects Crossing Disciplinary Boundaries, Tuesday 1:30-3:30pm EF: Physics Labs for Life Science Students, Tuesday 1:30-3:10pm FC: PER: Attitudes/Beliefs about Students or Teaching, Tuesday 5:15-6:45pm
The Living Physics Portal is at the AAPT summer meeting in Provo! If you are here, check us out at the following sessions: CB: PER: Interdisciplinary Studies, Monday 5:15-6:05pm DJ: Contributing To, and Using, the Living Physics Portal, Tuesday 8:30-10am https://t.co/uMXa2ZE0xV
Are you attending the AAPT summer meeting? Join us at our workshop, "W48: Curriculum Swap: Creating, Sharing, and Improving Student-centered Physics Activities for Life Science Students" and share your IPLS innovations with other educators. https://t.co/HkAmpmSayD https://t.co/8S7tHRREun
Looking for a set of in-class activities that build up a simulation of diffusion in VPython from basic principles of elastic collisions? Find teaching materials and an instructor guide by A. Nair, V. Sawtelle and L. Lapidus on the Living Physics Portal https://t.co/0Pgtc2GwS7 https://t.co/Z460LQQHxV
Do you have teaching materials (homework problems, lab, clicker question etc.) that you have developed for your introductory physics for life science students course? Share them with a nationwide audience on the Living Physics Portal. Register at https://t.co/ABWmqSXTMQ. https://t.co/jDyLPpejAB
Check out this Random Motion Module by Catherine Crouch. This module introduces the random walk immediately after 1D kinematics, to emphasize the importance of random motion in the life sciences. Find the materials and instructor guide at: https://t.co/VY61ar5xoi https://t.co/6rkwdPFPoD
The Living Physics Portal is open for you to share your introductory physics for life sciences (IPLS) teaching materials with other educators nationwide and get feedback on them. Register as a beta users at https://t.co/ABWmqSXTMQ. https://t.co/fmQ0REEPC4