Hooke's Law

A trampoline and a spring both produce gravitational potential energy. Use Hooke's Law to quantify the amount of force needed to create the desired outcome. 

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Instructional Ideas

  • Use as an introduction to an experiment that examines Hooke's Law
  • Flip your classroom by assigning the video as homework
Classroom Considerations

  • Assumes an understanding of gravitational potential energy
  • The 19th installment in a series of 49 video lessons
Pros

  • The video is short, but it is packed with content and descriptions, making it very efficient
  • Examples are relevant to young scholars, and the video presents them in a clear manner
Cons

  • Does not show examples of how to use Hooke's Law to calculate force or extension
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