The phyphox app has demonstrated itself to be useful and impressive for physics teaching. The app is free to download and has so many features that it seems it may be particularly helpful in this time of distance learning. Phyphox (pronounced to sound like “physics”) works for Android and Apple phones, and there are many experiments already available for it online and built in. In this article we describe some of the best experiments to do with the app, provide advice for finding and writing labs, and go further to suggest how phyphox might help add interactive minilabs to our physics lectures.
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TECHNOLOGY IN THE CLASSROOM| November 01 2020
Phyphox app in the physics classroom
Phys. Teach. 58, 606–607 (2020)
Ryan Carroll, James Lincoln; Phyphox app in the physics classroom. Phys. Teach. 1 November 2020; 58 (8): 606–607. https://doi.org/10.1119/10.0002393
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