Discovering Design with Physics Set
Discovering Design with Physics is a foundational high school physics course, ideal for students preparing for college. This laboratory-based course introduces fundamental physics concepts such as Newton’s Laws of Motion, Universal Gravitation, energy, and power, along with studies in waves, sound, light, electricity, magnetism, and more.
The course is structured to provide 180 hours of instruction, with 35 hours dedicated to hands-on experiments. These experiments, designed to be conducted with household or readily available items, include activities like measuring gravitational acceleration, constructing Newton’s Cradle, building simple circuits, and creating electromagnets.
Presented in an accessible, conversational tone by a university professor, the course encourages practical application of physics concepts at home. It is designed to engage students with real-world physics, fostering a deep understanding of the subject.
This set equips students with all the necessary resources for a thorough introduction to physics, complemented by hands-on experiments and comprehensive theoretical learning.