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PhET Simulations Provide Interactive Learning Tools

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Students use the PhET Wave Interference simulation.

Students use the PhET Wave Interference simulation in their introductory physics lab at University of Colorado Boulder.

Credit: Final Hour Films


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The PhET team.

A photo of the PhET team.

Credit: Kate Kidder


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In the PhET Wave Interference Simulation, students can experiment with waves.

In the PhET Wave Interference Simulation, students can experiment with making waves using a faucet, an audio speaker and a laser.

Credit: PhET Interactive Simulations, University of Colorado


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Screenshot of the PhET Build an Atom simulation.

A screenshot of the PhET Build an Atom simulation.

Credit: PhET Interactive Simulations, University of Colorado


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Professor Steve Pollock uses the PhET Radio Waves and Electromagnetic Fields simulation.

Professor Steve Pollock use the Radio Waves and Electromagnetic Fields simulation in his introductory physics lecture at the University of Colorado Boulder.

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