**Online physics investigations that follow most of the guidelines of **

**a WebQuest.**

**10 levels to be the Inertia Master!**

**Student created blogs to post physics digital projects**

**The objective of this project is to build a paper roller coaster and analyze the conservation of energy experienced by a marble.**

**This project consists of building mousetrap cars.**

**The cars used a mousetrap as the sole source of energy and the students applied the concepts of friction, energy, power, torque and rotational motion in the construction of their cars.**

**This project involves an investigation of DC circuits in series, parallel and combinations. Here you will find the project guidelines, DC circuits resources and the pictures of the students houses.**

**The objective of this project is to ****design and build an electric boat, **

**by the rules, for five meter rain gutter drag race.**

**This project consists of a photo illustrating a Physics concept and an essay describing the Physics in the photo.**

**The objective of this project is to ****to design a toy based on a topic(s) **

**of physics, construct a working model of the toy, and create an advertisement campaign, complete with a title and slogan. **

**The objective of this project is to analyze different physics principles in order to build an egg package that makes impact in the least amount of time while still protecting an uncooked egg.**

**This project involved a thorough investigation on projectile motion. The AP students designed and built working catapults and then performed calculations at various angles. The students also prepared detailed Power Point presentations.**

**The project objective is to design and construct an art mobile around a general theme using physics to calculate the mobile's translational and rotational equilibrium.**

**Bridge Building Project: A Problem-Based Introduction to Engineering. These pages contain our research project, bridge resources and pictures of the students' bridges.**

**The celebration of Einstein's birthday involved a research paper and an Einstein cake contest. Visit the pages to see various pictures of the cakes.**

**The model rocketry project was divided into two parts: the construction and launching of ESTES model rockets and the preparation of Power Point presentations on various aspects of Rocketry.**

**This project consists of either a Physics Art Project or a Physics Reasearch Paper. Visit the page to learn more about the topics and to see some work done by my students.**

**In this three-day practical activity the AP Physics students completely dismantled a lawnmower. They learned how all the pieces fit together and how a four-stroke-engine works.**