Friday, July 29, 2016

The Power of Student Coding in Physics

A couple of weeks ago, I gave a 30-minute talk of student coding in physics at the AAPT National Meeting in sunny Sacramento. I'm including a link to the presentation below. The ideas are several:

  • "I don't code in my physics classes: why should I?"
  • "What tools should I have my students use to code physics?"
  • "How can I help my (esp. younger) students with some CS concepts?"
  • "What sorts of programs can my kids and I write in intro physics/intermediate division physics?"
  • "I haven't coded much before: I need some examples of code, too!"


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