Physics & Physical Science Demos, Labs, & Projects for High School Teachers

Review Site for Students

Posted on: November 2, 2008

I found this teacher’s site because one of my students plagarized it for his lab report.  Not only was it clearly not his writing, but he just did a cut and paste and didn’t notice that some of it didn’t even pertain to our lab.  So, yeah, he got caught.

The site is

The site is hosted by the Physics department of Glenbrook South High School.  I counted 10 physics teachers on the faculty page.  There is a lot here, but if you plan on using it, please read their usage page.  They have apparently licensed and paid for the use of some of the material.  Do not just download their work, please follow their policies and contact them if you have questions.


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