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The Open Agenda: Ideas a beginning physics teacher should not take for granted

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The Open Agenda: Ideas a beginning physics teacher should not take for granted
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Publisher: RenegadeScience.com
ISBN-13: 9780646525839
Number of pages: 114

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A short book on those fundamental day-to-day nuances and habits every physics teacher needs to do in order to teach the physics content. Based on almost twenty years of teaching high school and first-year university physics, it focuses on many of the items and ideas student-teachers need to know before entering the classroom.

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