Physics - Impulse & Momentum - High School and Intro College
What you'll learn
- Have an understanding of introductory algebra-based physics.
- Understand and solve problems in impulse and momentum.
- Apply physics to real-life situations.
- Solve introductory algebra-based physics test questions.
- Be able to rearrange and solve simple algebraic equations.
- No calculus needed.
This course is one of a series of courses designed for algebra-based high school and intro college physics. In this course, the topics and concepts in impulse and momentum will be covered; including momentum, change in momentum, impulse, impulse-momentum theorem, and the law of conservation of momentum. The course contains video lessons with note templates, practice assignments, and assessment quizzes. Completion of these items should enable students to have a firm understanding of the topics and concepts listed in the course description.
The highlight of this course is very clear and simplified explanations of the concepts during the video lessons with assignments that reinforce the learning. This is a great course for any student struggling with the basic concepts of a high school or introductory college physics course or anyone interested in starting to learn about physics. This course does not cover calculus-based physics, but the foundation of the physics concepts still applies to calculus-based courses.
Upon completion of this course, students can continue with the other courses in this series which contain the topics covered in a traditional introductory physics course. These courses are taught by an instructor with over 20 years of experience teaching physics and is known for explaining the concepts in physics clearly for all to understand.
Who this course is for:
- People wanting easy to understand instruction in physics.
- High school or introductory level college physics students.
- Students looking to supplement their physics instruction.
Michael Voth has experience teaching Physics and AP Physics for over 20 years in the United States and Canada. Michael has a B. Science Degree with a double-major in physics and mathematics and minor in chemistry, a B. Secondary Education degree, a Master of Educational Technology degree, and is currently a Doctoral student in curriculum and instruction at UTRGV.
Michael Voth has extensive experience writing curriculum and starting a Physics program at numerous high schools and school districts. He also has a certificate in online education and experience in developing online and distance education courses. His physics videos have accumulated over 100K views on TeacherTube. He has a passion for creating clear, concise, and simple to understand instructional videos and lessons with note templates that provide a base knowledge to the concepts of an introductory algebra-based physics course.
Michael continues to work in education in the state of Texas where he resides with his wife and two children.