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Old 03-30-2017, 06:44 AM
 
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Hello!

I'm not a high school teacher but I am someone who loved physics in high school but have forgotten most of it. Does anybody recommend a textbook or workbook for an adult who wants to relearn physics? Also just some background, I do teach math and science at an elementary school and the last time I took a physics class was about 8 years ago.

A quick Amazon search for "physics workbooks" results in a lot of materials but I'm hoping that teachers would be able to give more insight to what's good and not good to use.

Thanks in advance!


Sincerely,
Kimm


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If you would like a basic review with limited math, I like Conceptual Physics by Paul Hewitt. There are some nice video lectures available as well as the text. I guess the videos are maybe a bit dated...but they have great information.
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