## Teacher Resources

The Physics Classroom has been devoted to helping students, teachers, and classrooms since the 1990s. We are as passionate about that mission now as we have ever been. If you are a teacher of Physics or Physical Science, we encourage you to use our Video Tutorial with your students. And we also encourage you to consider the use of other resources on our website that coordinate with the video. We have listed a few below to help you get started.

Curriculum Corner, Electric Circuits Section

Our Curriculum Corner is composed of a collection of Think Sheets. Each one makes for a great component of any Lesson Plan. They work great for both independent practice exercises and cooperative group exercises. The following Think Sheets are a good starting location:

Series Circuits

Circuit Analysis

Try a Teacher Toolkit ... you might be very glad that you did. Each toolkit includes annotated links to vetted resources from across the web that we feel reliably support the specific topic. Give one of these a try:

Circuit Concepts || Series Circuits || Parallel Circuits

This simulation has loads of uses. We have five classroom-ready, easy-to-use exercises that accompany it. You might be interested in using one of the following activities with your class:

Series Circuit

Voltage Drop Analysis

Calculator Pad, Electric Circuits Problem Set, Q#20 - #28

When you're learning how to solve Physics word problems, the Calculator Pad may be your best tool. There's a set of problems of varying diffiulty, There's answers for every problem. And there's an audio-guided solution.

Minds On Physics, Electric Circuits Module, Missions EC9
This MOP mission is a perfect follow-up to the video. It includes problems very similar (same format) to those in the video. And with a Task Tracker account, you can shorten the assigned task and keep track of student progress.

Concept Builders, Electric Circuits section, Series Circuits - ∆V=I•R
This Concept Builder has three difficulty levels. It starts with a simple circuit and builds up to a 3-resistor circuit. Students analyze several situations at each level using the mathematical relationships discussed in the video.

The written tutorial on our website forms of the basis of our video tutorials. They are still a good reference, especially if students want quick access to information for review purposes. This page matches the content of our video tutorial. Consider linking to the page from your course page.

Series Circuits