AngieW in Texas Posted July 8, 2012 Share Posted July 8, 2012 I'm going to try calling PH on Monday to see what they tell me. I am going to be teaching two physics classes next year, Hewitt's Conceptual Physics (for the first time) and Giancoli's Physics (for the second time). The last time I taught Giancoli's, I used LabPaqs for the labs, but I think I want something different this time. I am looking at using Puri's lab manual: http://www.amazon.com/Physics-Lab-Manual-Om-Puri/dp/0130611468/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1341764280&sr=8-1&keywords=physics+lab+puri I did some searching around on the AP website and this one was mentioned as being a good lab manual for AP physics. I have a copy of the lab manual for Hewitt's Conceptual Physics and I really like what I see. It would be cost-prohibitive to get some of the equipment (and I wouldn't get the equipment to do all of the experiments, but there are 99 in the book) if I wasn't teaching it as a class and planning to continue teaching it as a class. I don't see a teacher version for either one of these on the PH website. Do any of y'all happen to have the ISBN for the teacher editions of these lab manuals? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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