This simulation traces the flux linkage and corresponding emf generated by a rectangular coil rotating along an axis perpendicular to a uniform magnetic field. One is able to modify the angular frequency to see the effect on the frequency and… Continue Reading
This simulation is really more of an animation that allows students to apply Fleming’s left hand rule on a line of electrons along a conductor cutting a magnetic field in order to appreciate how emf is generated.
I modified “DeLight”, the board game that I designed a few years back into a worksheet version (for small groups) as well as a powerpoint version (that teacher can facilitate as a class activity, pitting half the class against another).… Continue Reading
As I was teaching the use of the potential divider equation to my IP4 (Grade 10) students last week, I approached it by teaching the rules first before showing worked examples. Thereafter, as some students remained confused, I merely reverted… Continue Reading
I created this simulation for use later this semester with my IP4 classes, to illustrate the concept of phase difference between two oscillating particles.