High School Physics: Resources for Students, Teachers and Parents
The High School Physics Web Guide offers help with questions regarding motion, matter and energy. Students and parents will find physics help on homework, as well as extra practice, formulas and demonstrations. Teachers will find links to physics lesson plans, worksheets and other classroom tools.Educators: Sign up for our education newsletter.
Use the Web sites here to get high school physics help for everyday homework, visual demonstrations of physics laws to better understand what you’re learning in school, and loads of practice problems to help you hone your skills.
- Physics is a science that is best experienced in real life—just ask Isaac Newton. If you pay close attention to the world around you, you’ll constantly come up with questions and investigations for both in and out of the classroom.
- There are many sites that offer high school physics help and tutoring or answer questions by a physics expert. Few of these sites are free and many ask you to share personal information. Be sure to research a tutor’s qualifications before signing up for a tutoring service (the “About Us” or equivalent section of a Web site is a good place to start), and always be careful when sharing personal information over the Internet.
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