CLASSES I OFFER
I teach physics at three different levels:
Conceptual Physics
This level is designed to build a strong foundation in physics by focusing on understanding basic concepts and principles without relying heavily on mathematical formalism. It's ideal for students of any age group who want to develop intuition, critical thinking, and qualitative reasoning in physics.
Downloadable curriculum for homeschoolers: Conceptual Physics Curriculum
Goals:

Develop a deep conceptual understanding of fundamental physics principles.

Cultivate critical thinking and problemsolving skills.

Build the intuition necessary to explore more advanced topics in physics.
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Curriculum and Timeline:
Trimester 1 (September  December): Newtonian Mechanics
Topics: Kinematics, Newton’s Laws of Motion, Energy, Centripetal Force, and Momentum
You will register for this trimester in August.
Trimester 2 (December  February): E&M, Waves and Optics
Topics: Understanding concepts in Electromagnetism, Waves, Lenses and Mirrors, Basics of Image Formation, and related concepts.
You will register for this trimester in November (NOW).
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Trimester 3 (MarchMay): Modern Physics and Quantum Mechanics
Topics: WaveParticle Duality, Photoelectric Effect, Black Body Radiation, Superposition Principle, Uncertainty Principle, and Quantum Entanglement.
â€‹You will register for this semester in February.
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Schedule:
Each trimester spans roughly 12 weeks. We meet once a week for 45 minutes.
You may choose from either of these two classes:

Tuesdays at noon EST

Mondays at 7:00 PM EST
After each class, students will receive:

A recording of the session.

AIgenerated notes summarizing the lesson.

Weekly homework assignments.

Additional video resources for further exploration.
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Additional Resources:
Interactive Tools: We use Kahoot and Google Forms to periodically test students' understanding and keep them engaged.
Supplementary Materials: My workbook (available on Amazon is available for purchase); Homework and video resources are provided for free on a weekly basis to reinforce learning and encourage independent exploration.
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Price:
Each class is $25/hour or $18.75/45 min class. The trimester is 12 weeks long for $240/trimester.
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Quantitative Physics
At this level, students begin to delve into more quantitative aspects of physics. They learn to apply basic mathematical tools such as algebra, simple trigonometry, and introductory vector algebra to problems. The quantitative and conceptual levels follow the same curriculum, the only difference is the students' level of comfort with the application of math and their mathematical ability. I not only discuss concepts with them, which I think is most fundamental in understanding physics, but we begin to apply math to our problems.
Goals:

Develop a deep conceptual understanding of fundamental physics principles and start developing mathematical models for these concepts.

Enhances student's analytical skills and the ability to apply mathematical formalism to physics.
Curriculum and Timeline  Same as the conceptual level with a higher level of mathematical rigor and problemsolving.
Trimester 1 (September  December): Newtonian Mechanics
Topics: Kinematics, Newton’s Laws of Motion, Energy, Centripetal Force, and Momentum
Downloadable curriculum for homeschoolers: Mechanics Curriculum
Trimester 2 (December  February): Waves and Optics
Topics: Understanding Waves, Lenses and Mirrors, Basics of Image Formation, and related concepts. You can register for this semester now.
Downloadable curriculum for homeschoolers: E&M Curriculum, Waves and Optics Curriculum
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Trimester 3 (MarchMay): Modern Physics and Quantum Mechanics
Topics: WaveParticle Duality, Photoelectric Effect, Black Body Radiation, Superposition Principle, Uncertainty Principle, and Quantum Entanglement.Timeline:
Downloadable curriculum for homeschoolers: Quantum Mechanics Curriculum
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Schedule:
Each trimester spans roughly 12 weeks. We meet once a week for 60 minutes.
You may choose from either of these two classes:â€‹

Wednesday at 12 noon EST  This class is for my returning students and will cover E&M

Thursdays at noon EST

Thursdays at 7:00 PM EST
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Additional Resources:
Supplementary Materials: Homework and video resources are provided for free on a weekly basis to reinforce learning and encourage independent exploration.
After each class, students will receive:

A recording of the session.

AIgenerated notes summarizing the lesson.

Weekly homework assignments.

Additional video resources for further exploration.
Price:
Each class is $25/hour. The trimester is 12 weeks long for $300/trimester.
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â€‹â€‹Advanced Physics:
At this level, students delve into more sophisticated topics in classical mechanics, such as vector analysis, rotation, and gravity. The mathematical rigor increases, with a focus on trigonometry, differential equations, and more sophisticated vector algebra. Students who have completed the quantitative level with me or similar level courses at other institutions may sign up for this class. The advanced course runs on a yearround schedule. You will have opportunities to register for this course on a trimester schedule (Aug, Nov and March)
For the 20242045 school year, I am offering a Mechanics advanced physics classes:
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I will be following the MIT Mechanics course for undergraduates. All the material, including the lectures and demos, can be found in the MIT Mechanics course. This class will have roughly 30 minutes of optional homework/week.
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Timeline:
Both Advanced courses start on the week of September 8th and run through the end of May. I still follow the trimester schedule to allow students to join in, or drop out at specific times (end of Nov, end of Feb, and end of May). You will have to register for each trimester roughly in Aug (for trimester 1), Nov (for trimester 2 ), and February (trimester 3). Each trimester consists of 12 classes, each running for an hour. The price of each class is $25/ hour or $300/trimester.â€‹
You can sign up for the trimester 1 now. â€‹
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Schedule:
Each trimester spans roughly 12 weeks. We meet once a week for 60 minutes.
You may choose from either of these two classes:

Tuesdays at 7:00 pm (MIT Advanced Mechanics course).
Where Do I Sign Up?