A Tradition of Excellence

Physics Curriculum & Instruction is organized to act as both a developer and academic publisher of physical science educational materials. Our efforts are focused in the areas of software, video, and textbook authoring at the high school and college level. Based upon an assessment of educational needs, products are developed by physics professors from a variety of colleges and universities who excel in physics education.

Our exceptionally skilled authors have produced what many consider to be the finest materials available for physics education—materials designed for practical classroom use created by instructors with years of teaching experience. Products are revised on an ongoing basis to make sure they remain current and viable in an ever-changing learning environment.

Having been a trusted name in physics education for over 25 years, our highly acclaimed materials can be found in widespread use throughout the United States, Canada, Australia, and other countries worldwide. Come and explore the many ways we can help you enrich your curriculum!

Be sure to look into our workshops and product demonstrations held regularly at AAPT National and Section Meetings. AAPT Section Officers are encouraged to contact us regarding product donations for upcoming Section Meetings.

 

Physics Curriculum & Instruction
Team of Authors:

Dr. John Di Bartolo
Polytechnic Institute of NYU

Dr. Vincent Coletta
Loyola Marymount University

Dr. Peter Nolan
State University of New York, Farmingdale

Dr. Marshall Burns
Tuskegee University

Dr. Richard Peterson
Bethel University, St. Paul, MN

Dr. Ian Littlewood
California State University, Stanislaus

Dr. Robert Carlson
Minneapolis Community & Technical College

Dr. Raman Pfaff
University of New Haven

Dr. Nima Bigdely Shamlo
University of California, San Diego

Dr. Brad Carroll
Weber State University

Dr. Farhang Amiri
Weber State University

Dr. Hans Ohanian
University of Vermont

Dr. Mark Mattson
James Madison University

Dr. Richard Erwin
College of Eastern Utah