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From the website: "The Physics Classroom Tutorial is an online physics tutorial written for high school physics students. ... The Physics Classroom tutorial pages were written by Tom Henderson, science teacher at Glenbrook South High School in Glenview, Illinois.
From the website: "Physics Education is the international journal for everyone involved with the teaching of physics in schools and colleges. The articles reflect the needs and interests of secondary school teachers, teacher trainers and those involved with courses up to introductory undergraduate level."
From the YouTube description: "Physics Education is the international journal for everyone involved with the teaching of physics in schools and colleges. This videos reflect the content within the journal."
An Annenberg Learner resource, this is "an on-line course that explores the frontiers of physics. The 11 units, accompanied by videos, interactive simulations, and a comprehensive Facilitator's Guide, work together to present an overview of key areas of rapidly-advancing knowledge in the field, arranged from the sub-atomic scale to the cosmological." -- Website