Introduction to Physics
This class is designed for students who want to begin their physics journey. This course will help provide the student with a solid foundation in physics principles, concepts, and problem-solving techniques.
Throughout the class, the student will learn about various quantitative concepts and analytical techniques that are essential for studying physics. While the class focuses on problem solving for classical mechanics, the student will also have chances to explore a range of other physics topics, including electromagnetism, thermodynamics, waves, and modern physics. The development of critical thinking and analytical skills will be emphasized in this course.
Dr. Chu will guide the student through each lesson, providing clear explanations and examples to help you understand the material. The student will have the opportunity to ask questions and receive personalized feedback to help the student improve their depth of understanding.
By the end of this class, the student will have a strong foundation in quantitative analysis for physics and be prepared for success in future physics courses and exams.
|June 26 – July 14||Rising Grades: 9 – 12||1:00 – 4:00|
Available as an Add – On
What to Expect
Enrichment. Advancement. Development. A Summertime Taste of Pingry’s Academics.