This course is a high school Physics course with lab exercises. It will cover the topics normally covered in high school Physics: Kinematics in 1- and 2-Dimensions, Newton's Laws of Motion, The Conservation Laws, Rotation, Simple Harmonic Motion, Waves, Sound, Electrostatics, and Simple Circuit Analysis.
The class will include
- Class discussion and related problem-solving exercises
- Laboratory experiments (labs are performed using online software)
- Reading and homework questions/problems to be completed independently
Successful students will obtain a broad idea of how to analyze the processes of nature--what goes on the world. They will learn how some technologies work, understanding their basic concepts and learning how to make numerical estimates of important quantities. Students will be given the opportunity to apply critical analysis to real-life situations.
Regular office hours are held for labs and extra help.
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Prerequisites: Physical Science and Algebra I
Instructor: Mary Danial, Ph.D.
Age Level: 16 - 19 years
Tuition per Semester: $390
Class Meets: Wednesdays, 8:00 - 10:00 AM Pacific
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Fall enrollment is closed. Students may be able to enroll with the instructor’s permission. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Spring registration opens Oct 18th.
Mary Danial, Ph.D.
Mary Danial received her bachelor’s degree in physics from the University of Cairo, Egypt. She later received her master’s and doctorate in solid state physics from Cairo University, as well. With over 15 years of experience in teaching physics and math courses for college students, she has also taught engineering courses in renowned institutions like Concordia. Mary is currently tutoring college students in the subjects of math and physics from her home in Montreal, Canada. Dr. Danial has always enjoyed teaching at all levels, from elementary to university. She adapts herself to her audience and goes above and beyond to get the appropriate information through to her students.
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Physics - Giancoli, 6th Ed.