We found 294 reviewed resources for physical disability
The Physics of Human Sperm vs. the Physics of the Sperm Whale
4 mins 9th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
Here is an unusual comparison: the swimming conditions of a sperm cell and a sperm whale. Introduce your physics class to the Reynolds number by sharing this video comparison during your fluid mechanics unit. Afterward, teach them to...
Football Physics: The "Impossible" Free Kick
4 mins 6th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
Given a particular direction and velocity, what force can make a ball swerve into a goal? This visually engaging video illustrates the physics that occur when a ball rotates on its axis while moving in a particular direction, also known...
Disability Awareness Activity Packet
Pre-K - 5th CCSS: Adaptable
Bring awareness to disabilities with a packet consisting of a variety of activities designed to inform scholars about disabilities—autism, hearing impairments, physical disabilities, and more! Learners test their communication skills,...
Physical Disabilities/Chronic Health Impairments Instructional Support Planning Process
K - 12th
Perfect for review at an IEP meeting, this template walks the user through assessing and assigning modifications for a learner's physical disability. Strengths and needs are determined across five domains: physical functioning,...
An Athlete Uses Physics to Shatter World Records
4 mins 6th - 12th
Have you heard of the Fosbury Flop? It was invented by a college high jumper in and has become the standard technique for high jumpers world wide. Learn the physics of this move and why it is more effective for clearing the bar than the...
Franklin Delano Roosevelt's Disability: Was He Successful in Concealing It?
8th - 12th
Students examine how President Franklin Roosevelt kept his disability out the public eye. In this presidential history lesson, students analyze political cartoons and information from the Roosevelt Library to determine whether or not...
What Can Schrödinger's Cat Teach Us About Quantum Mechanics?
5 mins 9th - Higher Ed CCSS: Adaptable
Toto, I have a feeling we're not in Kansas anymore. Step out of the macroscopic world and into the strange, bizarre realm of quantum mechanics with this short instructional video. Using the example of the Schrödinger's Cat thought...
Promoting Disability Awareness and Acceptance in Childhood
K - 12th
Create a safe and respectful school environment with the help of this special education teaching guide. Offering dozens of instructional ideas and activities for raising awareness and acceptance of children with disabilities, this is a...
Dark Matter: The Matter We Can't See
6 mins 7th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
It's looking like the dark side is bigger than we thought! Physicists speculate that perhaps 96% of the universe consists of invisible dark matter and dark energy, while only 4% is what we can view with the aided eye. This flabbergasting...
Particles and Waves: The Central Mystery of Quantum Mechanics
5 mins 10th - Higher Ed CCSS: Adaptable
Help young physicists make a quantum leap in their understanding of matter with this short instructional video. Tracing the early work of Max Planck, Albert Einstein, and others, this resource explains the science behind the amazing fact...
Epidemiology of Physical Activity and Inactivity
9th - Higher Ed
This PowerPoint is merely a compilation of statistics regarding physical activity and physical inactivity. The information could be used to facilitate discussion in a health class around correlations between activity, inactivity, heart...
Einstein's Brilliant Mistake: Entangled States
5 mins 11th - Higher Ed CCSS: Adaptable
Mistakes aren't always a bad thing. Learn how one of Albert Einstein's greatest contributions to the field of quantum physics was actually a theory that ended up being proven wrong, with this short video on entangled states.