PALS is an acronym for Physics Active Learning Sessions that aims at improving student understanding of calculus based introductory physics concepts and guiding students toward developing good habits for problem solving that enables critical thinking. These sessions are free and nonobligatory to students enrolled in courses supported by PALS, such as PHYS 2101. Each session is led by an undergraduate physics major that has demonstrated mastery of the material and trained on how to facilitate an active and engaging learning experience.
PALS was proposed by undergraduate physics majors participating in Physics Undergraduate Mentoring Program (PUMP). Learn more about PUMP.
Fall 2017 PALS Active Learning Session Hours and Location
PALS will only be holding these sessions for PHYS 2101 course for this semster.
|Austin||Sunday||12:30 PM||Epic 2230|
|Monday||9:30 AM||Grigg 132|
|Tuesday||10:00 AM||Grigg 131|
|Thursday||10:00 AM||Epic G256|
|Alex||Monday||5:30 PM||Grigg 133|
|Tuesday||3:30 PM||Grigg 133|
|Wednesday||12:30 PM||Grigg 132|
|Thursday||3:30 PM||Grigg 133|
|David||Sunday||3:30 PM||Epic 2230|
|Monday||3:30 PM||Grigg 132|
|Wednesday||4:00 PM||Grigg 131|
|Friday||3:30 PM||Grigg 132|