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What Your Students Should Know About Michael Faraday

By The Expert TA Team September 21, 2017

Michael Faraday was a 19th century British scientist that made major contributions in the area..

[Podcast] How To Enjoy The Eclipse w/Dr. Richard Gelderman

By The Expert TA Team August 11, 2017

On July 24th, Expert TA’s CEO, Dr Jeremy Morton, spoke with with Dr. Richard Gelderman about the..

Solar Panel Technology In The Physics Classroom

By The Expert TA Team August 3, 2017

There are a number of physics topics that relate directly to the core principles underlying the..

10 Ideas For Physics Demonstrations To Use In Your Classroom

By The Expert TA Team June 29, 2017

If done appropriately, in-class physics demonstrations can be a great way to engage students and..

How Are Buildings Made Earthquake-Proof?

By The Expert TA Team May 22, 2017

We’re excited to kick off a new series in which we will highlight a variety of interesting..

Six Science Podcasts Worth A Listen

By The Expert TA Team April 19, 2017

There are many great science podcasts, and lots of intriguing episodes out there to explore. In..

A Guide to In-Class Physics Demonstrations

By The Expert TA Team March 10, 2017

Classroom demonstrations can be a great way to get students excited about what you want them to..

The AP Physics Exam's Shift Toward Symbolic Problem Solving

By The Expert TA Team January 30, 2017

In 2015, the AP Physics Exam experienced significant changes. AP Physics B was split into two..

Shining a Light on OpenStax

By Jeremy Morton September 8, 2016

Our goal at Expert TA is to improve the learning experience for both educators and students...

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