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Teaching Physics Blog

HippoCampus provides a blog for physics teachers to discuss ideas for instructing students in both traditional high school and AP physics. Authored by Tom Anderson, an online instructor for Illinois Virtual High School and University of Illinois, it offers personal
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HippoCampus provides a blog for physics teachers to discuss ideas for instructing students in both traditional high school and AP physics. Authored by Tom Anderson, an online instructor for Illinois Virtual High School and University of Illinois, it offers personal experiences, calculator-usage tips, software reviews, interactive physics simulations, equation tables, and more.

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