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To be honest? Actual mopping would be easier. Heck, I’d wash 10 floors rather than attempt KG-2 or 3 again. And no, I don’t need to be spammed about I’ve gotten a question wrong 22 times this session. I. Know. Once again, it’s more preferable to wash a floor for minimum wage. At least I’m getting paid for that; I’m not getting paid for this — wait... I had to pay for this. Welp. Thanks Major Lee, at least we got some hot cocoa out of it.
I have been a believer in the minds on physics modules since I first began teaching physics at the high school level six years ago. This iOS version greatly improves on some of the glitches present in the shockwave and chrome versions. Every single time a student has struggled with these modules over my six years of experience, walking them through the specific questions, making sure there is a full understanding of the concept before clicking an answer, and encouraging students to consult their notes and write it out has led to correct answers. Phenomenal support from the app developer, too. Worth the frustration that students may experience. This app will force an individual understanding of conceptual physics.
App is terrible. Not only is the interface outdated, some questions are broken (I worked through problems with my teacher and got them correct and the thing said it was wrong). Whoever rated 5 stars must be using windows 95, because that seems like it's about the only thing it's compatible with.
My physics teacher made us use this app for homework. The wording, definitions, and overall design imply the developer either only spent a day on it as their first project, or it was a fifth grade class’ STEM project. I have seen better, free apps and other tools for education that work better than this. For the quality, it should be FREE
If there is one thing I want to say the the developer is kys you are an awful person for ever making this stupid app. The answers are wrong and so are the definitions. Like how hard is it to screw that up but you did. And every physics teacher is nutting all over this app and I guarantee there never used it. Screw you
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Minds On Physics - Part 1 has 65 user reviews.
Minds On Physics - Part 1 has an average rating of 1.5.
The latest version of Minds On Physics - Part 1 (2.3.2) was released on Oct 09, 2018.
You can download Minds On Physics - Part 1 here:.
Minds On Physics - the App is the mobile version of the popular Minds On Physics Internet Modules
found at the publisher's website. Affectionately known as MOPs, this physics learning tool delivers a collection of questions that target students' misconceptions and misunderstandings. Immediate feedback, opportunities for self-correction, and question-specific help abound. MOPs blends the need for careful reading, logical reasoning, and physics understanding in an effort to produce a confident and able physics student.
Part 1 of this six-part series includes 29 missions pertaining to topics in kinematics, vectors, and projectiles. Three of the 15 modules in the Minds On Physics Program are included in this app. These include the Kinematic Concepts, the Kinematic Graphing, and the Vectors and Projectiles modules.
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