Ideas more or less related to teaching and learning physics at Luther College.
Read along as Todd Pedlar, Luther associate professor of physics, talks about the tight connections forged between students and faculty, and how despite our size, the unusual becomes expected.
More on the joys of watching the same patch of sky night after night, year after year.
Fishing expeditions with data as valid science.
The research year comes back like clockwork and not like clockwork.
Reflections on teaching an engineering course during J-term at Luther College.
Little tricks that help one make it through a long, cold winter.
Todd Pedlar, associate professor of physics at Luther, piggybacks on last week's blog post by Amy Weldon, examining the importance of challenging students to rediscover their sense of wonder.