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Rio Americano High School Physics: Dean Baird's Phyz Home Page
Greetings! Welcome to my physics education web site. Among the selections above you will find links that are of value if you are a student in my class, a parent of a student in my class, a physics teacher, or someone with nothing better to do at the moment. The web site includes material on high school physics (outlines, policies, unit schedules, curriculum materials, demonstrations, and labs), physics education resources, gender equity, science standards, and many related issues. Enjoy!
Dean Baird, Physics Teacher
Rio Americano High School - 4540 American River Drive - Sacramento, California 95864-6199
School 916-971-7494 - Voice Mail 916-979-8931 x 05 - Fax 916-971-7513
Sorry if this website looks like shameless self-promotion. I am
not without an ego (OK, I've got a ginormous, insatiable ego). But
I did try to make this a content-rich resource for students,
parents, and other physics teachers. Anyway, I'm proud of my
students' accomplishments, I'm proud of my accomplishments, and I
dig the web. Besides, I'm male; I can go on about myself forever
while pretending someone out there actually cares!
|Comments? Suggestions? Rants? Raves? Brownie
Points? E-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Site revised very recently by Dean Baird.