I am teaching or have taught AP physics B and C [calculus based mechanics & electricity and magnetism] as well as Lab Physics for college bound students. I have a BS in Physics from the University of Pittsburgh and a Master of Arts in Teaching from same. I have been teaching physics for 27 years.
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There is a common test called the Praxis provide by the ETS. Just do a Google search for "Praxis Math" and it will take to the site. Unfortunately, many public schools, due to federal No Child Left Behind
The University of Kentucky site has links to all 50 US states' requirements for teacher certification: http://education.uky.edu/AcadServ/content/50-states-certification-requirements Every state in the
Assuming that n=1.5 is the index of refraction and that this is a double convex lens with both radii of curvature of R=20cm, the focal length of this lens will be given by the "Lensmaker's Formula": 1/f=(n-1)*(1/R1+1/R2)=(1
I can't give you a specific answer to your question because every state has its own requirements for the teacher certification process. My best recommendation is that you look at the University of Kentucky
In the current environment I think that your friend will need to look elsewhere. Public and even private schools at the k-12 levels are looking at even the smallest infraction to cover themselves. The