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When I was in high school, I really struggled in Physics, so I thought I would check out what this site had for this course. I was quite pleased to discover that there was an organized list of topics that each lecture covered as you can see below.
Vincent Selhorst-Jones combines a scientific background, acting training, and years of teaching experience to help you fully comprehend concepts rather than just “plug 'n' chug” equations. Vincent is passionate about sharing his love of physics and will help you understand how a problem comes together, what it means, and why you should care. Topics cover everything in High School Physics from Motion, Force, and Energy, to Waves, Thermodynamics, and Electricity. Vincent has been teaching over 8+ years and double-majored in Mathematics and Theater at Pomona College, as well as received an M.F.A. in Acting from Harvard University.
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I was amazed and surprised as I did my educator.com review that there was real help our there for people like me who really struggled through classes due to an ineffective teacher (or any other issue). I was one of those people who needed advanced science and mathematics explained to me in a simple manner with lots of practice, and this site seems like it has exactly what was needed for anyone who is struggling.
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