Two MIT physicists created Ergopedia to help high school physics instructors reach more students, more effectively. Their approach: lead students to discover through practical experience. Ergopedia’s Essential Physics high school curriculum introduces integrated math and physics principles through relatable activities, so your students learn by doing.

Essential Physics follows an original standards-compliant text. In addition to the printed version, you’ll get an electronic multimedia text with video and 3-D animations. Every chapter includes two or more experiments that teach through self-discovery. Each experiment is powered by LabVIEW connected to Ergopedia’s state-of-the-art lab equipment and a specially configured laptop.

The Essential Physics curriculum is available now.  For more information on the curriculum please email info@ergopedia.com.