Wednesday, February 11, 2015

video abstract Understanding resonance graphs using Easy Java Simulations (EJS) and why we use EJS

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Happy Year of the Goat!
It is my pleasure to announce that the team of physics educators (Tat Leong, Charles Chew, Darren Wong, Samuel Tan and me) in our Ministry have published an article in the Physics Education based in United Kingdom.

This paper is worth noting-significant for the following reasons.

  1. A world first intuitive representation of the A Level Physics resonance response graph.
  2. Open source and licensed creative common attribution computer model, for ease of scaling up the resource usage of our simulation-computer model.
  3. Simulation runs on almost any device (Android, iOS, Windows, MacOSX etc)through the internet browser suitable for any student learning space SLS.
  4. The tool we used affords for computer modeling pedagogy, a key feature in the K-12 science education framework under practice 5: computational and mathematical thinking.

Dear all and co-authors,
For public and open redistribution, kindly use the draft of the paper here and my complete 25 papers for the benefit of all.

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Date: 20 Feb 2015 22:36
Subject: Your article published in Phys. Educ. - PED/508005/PAP/265818
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Ref: PED/508005/PAP
20 February 2015

Dear Mr Wee

TITLE: Understanding resonance graphs using Easy Java Simulations (EJS)
and why we use EJS
AUTHORS: Mr Loo Wee et al

I am pleased to let you know that your Paper has now been published online,
and is available at

Please cite your Paper as:
Phys. Educ. 50 (2015) 189-196.
Yours sincerely

Iain Trotter
Publishing Editor
Physics Education

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