Friday, May 13, 2016

ALL my 14 Physics Videos Collaboration with NUS Physics Professor Sow Chorng Haur




Update 13 May 2016.
unfortunately the higher ups didn't take note of these videos.
but someone is interested to link the syllabus http://www.seab.gov.sg/content/syllabus/olevel/2016Syllabus/5064_2016.pdf  outcomes to Secondary school, maybe someone is trying to market these video to Secondary school population?


Update 10 January 2014.
some body high up wants to notice this! preparing this for sharing :)
required OPAL login unfortunately
ItemSyllabus Size
1
Superconducting Levitation
A demonstration to show the effects of very low temperature on superconductors. Collaboration with NUS Physics Associate Professor Sow Chorng Haur.
http://emedia.moe.edu.sg/cos/o.x?c=/emedia/evideo&uid=&ptid=566&func=prop2&id=7945

 3. Dynamics
 (a) apply Newton's Laws to: (i) describe the effect of balanced and unbalanced forces on a body (ii) describe the ways in which a force may change the motion of a body
Video22.1MB
2
Faraday Cage
A demonstration to show the effects of a faraday cage on electromagnetic field such as radio waves. Collaboration with NUS Physics Associate Professor Sow Chorng Haur.
http://emedia.moe.edu.sg/cos/o.x?c=/emedia/evideo&uid=&ptid=566&func=prop2&id=7937
22. Electromagnetic Induction
(a) deduce from Faraday’s experiments
Video30.8MB
3
Electric Field “Dancing Balls”
A demonstration to show the effects an electric field has on styrofoam balls wrapped in aluminium foil. Collaboration with NUS Physics Associate Professor Sow Chorng Haur....
http://emedia.moe.edu.sg/cos/o.x?c=/emedia/evideo&uid=&ptid=566&func=prop2&id=7936
16. Static Electricity
(c) describe an electric field as a region in which an electric charge experiences a force 
Video39MB
4
Wimshurst Machine
A demonstration to show sparks being formed when sufficiently high voltage is generated. Collaboration with NUS Physics Associate Professor Sow Chorng Haur.
http://emedia.moe.edu.sg/cos/o.x?c=/emedia/evideo&uid=&ptid=566&func=prop2&id=7947
7. Energy, Work and Power
(a) show understanding that kinetic energy, potential energy (chemical, gravitational, elastic), light energy, thermal energy, electrical energy and nuclear energy are examples of different forms of energy
Video10.4MB
5
Like charges repel
A demonstration to show that like charges repel. Collaboration with NUS Physics Associate Professor Sow Chorng Haur....
http://emedia.moe.edu.sg/cos/o.x?c=/emedia/evideo&uid=&ptid=566&func=prop2&id=7938
16. Static Electricity
(b) state that unlike charges attract and like charges repel 
Video6.3MB
6
Effect of acceleration on the speed
A demonstration to show that acceleration enables an object to reach the end of a slope sooner.Collaboration with NUS Physics Associate Professor Sow Chorng Haur....
http://emedia.moe.edu.sg/cos/o.x?c=/emedia/evideo&uid=&ptid=566&func=prop2&id=7946
2. Kinematics (d) interpret given examples of non-uniform acceleration Video8.5MB
7
Newton’s cradle
A demonstration of the Newton’s cradle. Collaboration with NUS Physics Associate Professor Sow Chorng Haur....
http://emedia.moe.edu.sg/cos/o.x?c=/emedia/evideo&uid=&ptid=566&func=prop2&id=7949
3. Dynamics
(a) apply Newton's Laws to:(iii) identify action-reaction pairs acting on two interacting bodies
Video22.8MB
8
Low Pressure due to high speed
A demonstration to show how a low pressure region in the air can be formed by high speed. Collaboration with NUS Physics Associate Professor Sow Chorng Haur....
6. Pressure
(f) describe the use of a manometer in the measurement of pressure difference
Video9.4MB
9
Three Dimension hologram
A demonstration to show how mirrors can be used to create a 3-D mirage.Collaboration with NUS Physics Associate Professor Sow Chorng Haur....
http://emedia.moe.edu.sg/cos/o.x?c=/emedia/evideo&uid=&ptid=566&func=prop2&id=7943
13. Light
(b) state that, for reflection, the angle of incidence is equal to the angle of reflection and use this principle in constructions, measurements and calculations
Video12.7MB
10
Circular motion
A demonstration to show the effects of circular motion.Collaboration with NUS Physics Associate Professor Sow Chorng Haur....
http://emedia.moe.edu.sg/cos/o.x?c=/emedia/evideo&uid=&ptid=566&func=prop2&id=7935
2. Kinematics (d) interpret given examples of non-uniform accelerationVideo12.3MB
11
Magnetic induction on solid, holed and spilt rings
A demonstration to show the effects of magnetic induction on different non-magnetic rings. Collaboration with NUS Physics Associate Professor Sow Chorng Haur....
http://emedia.moe.edu.sg/evideo/?url=/evideo&url=/evideo&func=prop2&id=8113
22. Electromagnetic Induction
(a) deduce from Faraday’s experiments on electromagnetic induction or other appropriate experiments: (i) that a changing magnetic field can induce an e.m.f. in a circuit 
Video17.7MB
12
Magnetic induction damping
A demonstration to show the effects of damping caused by magnetic induction on different types of non-magnetic pendulums.Collaboration with NUS Physics Associate Professor Sow Chorng Haur....
http://emedia.moe.edu.sg/cos/o.x?c=/emedia/evideo&uid=&ptid=566&func=prop2&id=7939
22. Electromagnetic Induction
(ii) that the direction of the induced e.m.f. opposes the change producing it 
Video27.2MB
13
Effects of lowering centre of mass
A demonstration to show how the lowering of the centre of mass allows an object to roll up a V-shaped rail.Collaboration with NUS Physics Associate Professor Sow Chorng Haur....
http://emedia.moe.edu.sg/cos/o.x?c=/emedia/evideo&uid=&ptid=566&func=prop2&id=7941
5. Turning Effect of Forces
(e) show understanding that the weight of a body may be taken as acting at a single point known as its centre of gravity 
Video9.3MB
14
Strength of composite materials
A demonstration to show how the strength of a material can be increased by innovative composition.Collaboration with NUS Physics Associate Professor Sow Chorng Haur....
http://emedia.moe.edu.sg/cos/o.x?c=/emedia/evideo&uid=&ptid=566&func=prop2&id=7934
3. Dynamics
(b) identify forces acting on an object and draw free body diagram(s) representing the forces acting on the object (for cases involving forces acting in at most 2 dimensions)
Video17.3MB



Update!
sorry i am given an email not to share publicly for the time being on YouTube these MOE produced video. they are private for now.
suggest you get them on edumall
http://library.edumall.sg/cos/o.x?c=/library/reslib&uid=&ptid=84&func=mylib&nid=&txid=&txids=&path=COLL1&ruid=&coll=&sort=size,desc yourself and upload it ......

ALL my 14 Physics Videos Collaboration with NUS Physics  Professor Sow Chorng Haur on Youtube thanks to a research on social media on delivery of educational resources to schools.
Superconducting Levitation Demo 01/14 showing magnetic force attracting the super cool superconductor object
In the video descriptions, I have already given permission to anyone to use them, licensed under Creative Commons Attribution license (reuse allowed) Learn more..

In other words, you already have ETD’s and NUS’s permission to reuse these video as long as the any user attribute ( have a line or 2 mentioning the video are by ETD and NUS Physics ) or simply copy and paste this
Video Director, Script Writer and Actor: Loo Kang WEE
Voice Talent: Foong Yin CHIA
Expert Consultant: Professor Chorng Haur SOW. (NUS)
Lab specialist: Geok Quee LIM (NUS)
Animation Artist: Weiqiang CHUA
Video Editors: Kheng Lian LAW & Lee Meng CHIA
Video Producer: Sin Yue NG
Camera Specialist: Chin Siong SOH
special mention: Chee Hing THONG, Kai Yee HOE, Lee Huat NG, Rohayaton ROHANI, Hwee Peng NIAM, Yiong Hwee TEO, Lai Peng CHAN
Acknowledgement: MOE Education Technology Division Singapore and National University of Singapore Physics.

Given the favorable responses from NUS, your NUS Center for Instructional Technology colleagues, as well as my MOE colleagues, and soon to be teachers and students in schools, I see no problem at all, only opportunity to advance the mission of education and inspire others to follow suit and share, an insight that this research hope to suggest after enough data is collected.

I am leading a research project to share these 14 videos on social media and permission was already given to me by ETD, under the conditions of research and educational use to share them freely and openly.

Permission granted to upload on social platform by ETD Smiley as part of a research project to understand how to improve delivery of educational resources to schools in Singapore!

based on earlier blog post my me
http://weelookang.blogspot.com/2010/08/all-my-14-physics-videos-collaboration.html

thanks to ms chan for her leadership in understanding that sharing and disseminating good resources/practices requires more innovative protocol such as YouTube, like what Horizon report continue to say "everything will be cloud-based". (my personal views does not represent the ministry)
If i could add on, for educational resources and practices to be shared and disseminated innovatively, it would not hurt to make them open access without need of a lo-gin password. Teachers are probably too busy to lo-gin to download resources, it just make more sense to try to find good resources on YouTube.
Do you agree?
Then why some people don't know?
That's why good resources should be everywhere, edumall, YouTube Facebook etc. with the aim to benefit all humankind.

The framework of scaling up need to have a more global outlook than one that is password protected, national bound, exclusive based and inward looking.

enjoy!


Superconducting Levitation Demo 01/14


Faraday Cage Demo 02/14


Dancing Balls Demo 03/14


Wimshurst Machine Demo 04/14


Like Charges Repel Demo 05/14


3D Mirage Demo 06/14


Newton's Cradle Demo 07/14


Low Pressure due to high Speed Demo 08/14


Circular motion Demo 09/14


Effects of magnetic induction on non-magnetic rings Demo 10/14


Damping caused by Magnetic induction Demo 11/14


Effects of lowering centre of mass Demo 12/14


Racing Ball Demo 13/14


Strength of composite material Demo 14/14

Suggestion:

I will add “English” subtitles to the YouTube when I have the time, for international reach.
I would include computer models of the physical setup to allow learners to experience the physics computer model to augment real world demo, that your lab is doing an excellent outreach to schools.
For example:
Ejs Open Source Newton's Cradle Java Applet by Fu-Kwun & lookang From the http://www.opensourcephysics.org/items/detail.cfm?ID=11348
My blog has 65+ computer models for O and A level physics http://weelookang.blogspot.com/2012/04/all-my-14-physics-videos-collaboration.html on the left menu bar.

U can follow my blog to get updates on my this:)