Physics Lessons

These lessons were developed as part of my involvement with the GK12 program at Northwestern.  For the 2013-2014 school year, I worked with Deb Wilson, a teacher at Highland Park High School, developing mathematics lessons based on my research and other topics in astrophysics and mathematics.

These lessons are geared towards use in an Algebra I, Algebra II, or geometry class at the high school level.  Some are data based (linear regression) and some are purely analytic.

These were designed with a lecture describing the physics behind them in mind, but for now I’ve only put up the lessons themselves.  If you’re interested in using any of them, please feel free, and shoot me an email if you’d like more information.

Astrophysics related lessons

Non-astro computational lessons

Random math lessons