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Geometry: Quarter 1
Science & Nature
Intro to Physics: Converting Units
In this one-time class, students are introduced to one of the foundational skills of physics: converting units. After students learn the concept, we will work through example problems and I will answer any questions.
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This class covers the skill of unit conversions, which is a fundamental skill in physics and is used in every topic. Once you understand the process of how to convert units, finding a solution to complex problems becomes much easier. At the end of this class, you will be able to convert units, such as m/s to mph. I always believe in discussing concepts first before showing how we represent those concepts with math. After covering the concept, I'll cover 3 examples and then you will have a...
This class is taught in English.
Students will understand how to convert measurements from one unit to another (i.e. ft/s to km/h).
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Physics and Math Teacher
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
Throughout my 15 years of classroom teaching, I learned that students who excel in math and physics are the ones who understand the concept of what's being taught and are able to thing critically about how to solve a problem. As a result, my focus...