Already looking forward to next summer!
A spinning aquarium demonstrates
Hands-on Laboratory Instruction:
in this case, momentum collision with photogates
Participants work in small groups
and actually get to do the labs.
Several demonstrations explained,
as well as the physics behind them.
Two photogates can report to a single terminal
There is often time for one-on-one instruction on
confusing ideas and finer details.
James Lincoln, MS, MEd, explains how
torque is proportionate to radius.
Participants immediately apply the idea of torque to an introductory experiment.
The units of torque are worked out, answering a specific question. It turns out they are not Joules, but Joules per radian.
Information on the next upcoming workshop will be found at www.scapti.org