Date: Tue, 19 Nov 2002 12:46:27 -0800
Author: "Kelly V. Beck"
Subject: Re: Pre-lab activities?
I've been doing a web search for physlets for my boss. A lot of the
physlets that I came across are being used for prelabs. Don't know if
physlets is a direction you're interested in going, but even if not, you
may find some good ideas for pre-lab problems and activities in those physlets.
Here are just a couple of links from a simple "physlets" + "pre-lab" search
At 09:18 AM 11/19/2002 -0800, you wrote:
>We're revising lab manuals (don't we all this time of year?) and I'm
>looking for tried and tested "pre-lab activities" - no sense in
>re-inventing the wheel if you know what I mean.
>Anyway, does anyone have a library of these to share for calculus based
>Thanks - I'd be happy to list these on a web site if I get multiple
>submissions ..... *smile*
>have a great day!
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