# Intro to Physics for Teachers: Professional Development

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Take Intro to Physics for Teachers to earn 3 college credits to apply toward your licensure renewal requirements. Learn with fun and engaging science video lessons that you can watch around your teaching schedule.
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#### 16 chapters in Intro to Physics for Teachers: Professional Development

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Lesson 1 - What is Kinematics? - Studying the Motion of Objects
Lesson 2 - Scalars and Vectors: Definition and Difference
Lesson 3 - What is Position in Physics? - Definition & Examples
Lesson 4 - Distance and Displacement in Physics: Definition and Examples
Lesson 5 - Speed and Velocity: Difference and Examples
Lesson 6 - Acceleration: Definition, Equation and Examples
Lesson 7 - Uniformly-Accelerated Motion and the Big Five Kinematics Equations
Lesson 8 - Representing Kinematics with Graphs
Lesson 9 - Ticker Tape Diagrams: Analyzing Motion and Acceleration
Lesson 10 - What are Vector Diagrams? - Definition and Uses
Lesson 11 - Using Position vs. Time Graphs to Describe Motion
Lesson 12 - Determining Slope for Position vs. Time Graphs
Lesson 13 - Using Velocity vs. Time Graphs to Describe Motion
Lesson 14 - Determining Acceleration Using the Slope of a Velocity vs. Time Graph
Lesson 15 - Velocity vs. Time: Determining Displacement of an Object
Lesson 16 - Understanding Graphs of Motion: Giving Qualitative Descriptions
Lesson 17 - Free Fall Physics Practice Problems
Lesson 18 - Graphing Free Fall Motion: Showing Acceleration
Lesson 19 - The Acceleration of Gravity: Definition & Formula
Lesson 20 - Projectile Motion: Definition and Examples
Lesson 21 - Projectile Motion Practice Problems
Lesson 22 - Kinematic Equations List: Calculating Motion
Lesson 23 - Uniform Circular Motion: Definition & Mathematics
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Lesson 1 - Newton's First Law of Motion: Examples of the Effect of Force on Motion
Lesson 2 - Distinguishing Between Inertia and Mass
Lesson 3 - Mass and Weight: Differences and Calculations
Lesson 4 - State of Motion and Velocity
Lesson 5 - Force: Definition and Types
Lesson 6 - Forces: Balanced and Unbalanced
Lesson 7 - Free-Body Diagrams
Lesson 8 - Net Force: Definition and Calculations
Lesson 9 - Newton's Second Law of Motion: The Relationship Between Force and Acceleration
Lesson 10 - Determining the Acceleration of an Object
Lesson 11 - Determining the Individual Forces Acting Upon an Object
Lesson 12 - Air Resistance and Free Fall
Lesson 13 - Newton's Third Law of Motion: Examples of the Relationship Between Two Forces
Lesson 14 - Newton's Laws and Weight, Mass & Gravity
Lesson 15 - Identifying Action and Reaction Force Pairs
Lesson 16 - The Normal Force: Definition and Examples
Lesson 17 - Friction: Definition and Types
Lesson 18 - Inclined Planes in Physics: Definition, Facts, and Examples
Lesson 19 - Hooke's Law & the Spring Constant: Definition & Equation
Lesson 20 - Centripetal Force: Definition, Examples & Problems
Lesson 21 - Action and Reaction Forces: Law & Examples
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