In physics courses, you use formulas, graphs, and calculations to explain and explore how the universe works. While these mathematical tools are essential to understanding, the mechanics of performing calculations and producing graphs can become a barrier to your students’ learning, preventing them from seeing and comprehending the bigger picture. Maple Learn makes it simple for students to perform the mathematics they need, so instead of being a barrier, the calculations and graphs help your students grasp and work with concepts of physics more deeply and easily.
Maple Learn is:
… an open canvas for exploring concepts and doing calculations
The Maple Learn canvas gives you an interactive environment where you can introduce ideas, answer questions, explore what-if scenarios, and walk students through problems. In Maple Learn, you can:
Graph 2-D and 3-D expressions automatically, and sketch curves using points
Find derivatives and integrals, solve equations, invert matrices, solve differential equations, and much more, all at the click of a button
Include problem statements, conclusions, and explanations
Control parameters through sliders, and watch results and graphs change instantly
… an environment that brings static content to life
Maple Learn brings learning to life, supporting content that combines:
The rich presentation of textbook content, combining text, formulas, graphs, and images
The guided explorations of interactive learning objects that deepen conceptual understanding
The open-endedness of a notebook where students try things for themselves
In Maple Learn, you can provide your students with lessons, explorations, examples, worked solutions, practise quizzes, homework, and more.
Whether you want to create your own content, or customize the many existing documents on energy, kinematics, projectile motion, electricity, and more, Maple Learn is the easiest way to create rich, interactive content and share it with your physics classes online.