About the TEAL/Studio Physics Project:
The TEAL (Technology Enabled Active Learning) Studio
Project is an educational initiative of the MIT Department of Physics.
It represents a merger of lecture, recitations, and hands-on laboratory
experience into a technologically and collaboratively rich experience
for incoming MIT freshmen. A large part of this effort is the development
of software for simulation and visualization. This and additional
material will appear on MIT's OpenCourseWare site by the Spring
of 2004 (http://ocw.mit.edu).
This material is also available online at http://evangelion.mit.edu/802TEAL3D.
Pedagogy: John Belcher,
Peter Dourmashkin, Sen-ben Liao, David Litster, Norman Derby, Stanislaw
Staff Credits for TEAL Visualizations:
Project Manager: Andrew McKinney
Java Simulations: Andrew McKinney, Philip
Bailey, Pierre Poignant, Ying Cao, Ralph Rabat,
3D Illustration/Animation: Mark Bessette, Michael
ShockWave Visualizations: Michael Danziger
Visualization Techniques R&D: Andreas Sundquist
(DLIC), Mesrob Ohannessian (IDRAW)
the MIT Department of Physics, the d'Arbeloff Fund for Excellence
in MIT Education, the MIT/Microsoft iCampus Alliance, and
NSF (Grant #9950380). This material is produced at MIT's Center
for Educational Computer Initiatives. The content contained
herein can be freely used and redistributed for non-profit
educational purposes, as long as an acknowledgment is given
to the MIT TEAL/Studio Physics Project for such use. Copyright
© 2004 MIT.