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.
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Think you can't help your child with physics homework? Think again. Use the Web sites below to help your child understand physics at home, whether for a class assignment or standardized test.
- Science organizations are often a good source of learning material. One great example is NASA’s PUMAS, where you’ll find more than 75 practical applications of science and math concepts.
- There are several physics tutoring sites available online (Physics 24/7 is one example), but none of them are free. Be sure to check out the credentials of any tutor before signing up. A tutor should have a bachelor’s degree in physics at a minimum, and ideally a more advanced degree.
- Teaching physics at home? Make sure to see our findingDulcinea Homeschooling Web Guide.