Tracker for Understanding Bouncing Ball Problem

I've used the open-source Tracker software, a video analysis and modeling tool built for use in Physics education, for both my IP3 and JC1 classes this year. Thanks to Mr Wee Loo Kang and his team for enthusiastically introducing this software to the physics teachers of Singapore. For the IP3 cohort, students were tasked to analyse the movement

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Elevator Physics

In a recent IP3 class on Newton's 2nd Law, the students were presented the "Elevator Problem" based on the THINK Cycle approach - a version of inquiry-based learning that was started in Temasek Junior College, Singapore. The "Elevator Problem" is a physics phenomenon observed in an everyday experience that students can relate to quite easily. It is presented to

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