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Applied Physics & Engineering

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About the Course

The Applied Physics & Engineering course involves students in conducting investigations and applying scientific methods and critical thinking to make informed decisions while solving problems. Among the topics studied are laws of motion, conservation of energy, momentum, electricity, magnetism, thermodynamics, and the characteristics and behavior of waves.


One-Dimensional Motion

Each lesson includes media-rich presentations, a pre-made lesson plan, assessments and engaging real-world projects and activities. To get an idea of what iCEV offers, explore the sample lesson and resources below.

Lesson Resources:

Lessons Available in this Course

  • Atomic, Nuclear & Quantum Physics: Applications
  • Atomic, Nuclear & Quantum Physics: Basics
  • Circuits & Electrical Components
  • Circular Motion
  • Conducting Lab & Field Investigations: Physics
  • Data Analysis: Collecting Data
  • Data Analysis: Communicating Results
  • Data Analysis: Interpreting Data
  • Electrical Forces & Fields
  • Gravitational Force
  • Impact of Science: Principles of Technology
  • Lab Challenge: Circuits
  • Lab Challenge: Compounding Momentum & Conserving Energy
  • Lab Challenge: Electricity & Electromagnets
  • Lab Challenge: Period of a Pendulum
  • Lab Challenge: Science of Sound
  • Lab Safety: Physics
  • Laws & Conservation of Energy & Momentum
  • Magnetic & Electrical Force
  • Mathematic Principles: Functions & Graphs
  • Mechanical Energy
  • Newton's Laws
  • Nuclear Force
  • One-Dimensional Motion
  • Professionalism in the Sciences: Physics
  • Projectile Motion
  • Science Explained: Physics
  • STEM Careers: Principles of Technology
  • Thermal Energy Concepts
  • Two-Dimensional Motion
  • Wave Characteristics
  • Wave Motion
  • Work, Energy & Power

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