PhysicsLAB
Welcome to the online physics program, PhysicsLAB™!

Begun in June, 1997, while I was teaching at Mainland High School in Daytona Beach, Florida, PhysicsLAB is now in its 18th academic year online. It's online physics curriculum is integrated with the classroom management system LearningXchange. You may examine the curriculum through any of the links provided on the sidebar.

The Table of Contents presents the site's curricular materials in a chapter format, while the search engine will allow you to locate curriculum by course, curriculum group, topic, skill, and keyword. Please take a moment and generalize yourself with the directions on how to use PhysicsLAB. Any original curriculum that was not converted to our new XML format can still be accessed by visiting PhysicsLAB's first edition companion website, Curriculum Guide, where information is organized into content areas and instructional units for visiting educators.

Collateral math lessons, studyaids, and practice pages that support over 150 algebra, geometry, trig, calculus, and statistics topics needed for the successful completion of high school science courses are available through AlgebraLAB, an two-year project funded by Florida's Enhancing Education Through Technology grants.(2002-04)

In June, 2012, I retired from Volusia County Schools after teaching for 38 years. I will continue to maintain PhysicsLAB and develop new curriculum as I enter retirement and teach part-time at a local private school.




Our address is
http://www.physicslab.org

PhysicsLAB
Copyright © 1997-2014
Catharine H. Colwell
All rights reserved.
Application Programmer
    Mark Acton
AlgebraLAB
Copyright © 2003-2014
All rights reserved.
Application Programmers
    Mark Acton
    Jeremy R. Blawn
Project Director
    Catharine H. Colwell


LearningXchange
Copyright © 2003-2014
All rights reserved.
Application Programmer
    Jeremy R. Blawn
Project Director
    Catharine H. Colwell
CCTT
USDOE Challenge Grant
Copyright © 1997-2003
All rights reserved.
Project Director
    Marshall Ransom