I second DougÆs recommendation for ColinÆs cosmology Lecture Tutorials. IÆve been using these for some time now, and they work great. These tutorials seemdloranz40
?We do a kinesthetic version of the Hubble expansion, where the students stand in for galaxies and walk through it. Weather permitting, I'll have a classcsirola2003
If you want to find out if your students actually UNDERSTAND Hubble's law, in addition to plotting it, I suggest that you have them do the tutorial "Hubblevalentinozippysophia
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