I have built a number of physics simulations that can act as resources for teachers and any other kind of educator. I’m adding more all the time, so please get in touch if you would like to see something that I haven’t done yet! And to read more about how I started, click here.
Each page below will bring you to a list of related programs about that central topic. I’ll keep adding to this list and the linked collections as I build more. I haven’t managed to embed Trinket directly into the page yet, but you can follow links. You’re a smart cookie.
And in case you don’t have time to scroll because you have places to go and people to see, here is an unadorned list of all the topics embellished below:
This collection grew out of my first project, which was a mass hanging from a spring that was free to move in three dimensions. From there, the masses were coupled. From there, masses ran wild.
One of my favorite simple physics demonstrations. See how far the top book can get from the bottom one before the stack falls over.
Check back here often! I have a list of ideas a mile long and I’m always working on something new.