Minds On Physics the App - Part 1

Minds On Physics the App - Part 1

By Physics Classroom, LLC

  • Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2015-10-11
  • Current Version: 2.2
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 61.58 MB
  • Developer: Physics Classroom, LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 5.1.1 or later.
Score: 1.5
From 16 Ratings


Minds On Physics - the App is the mobile version of the popular Minds On Physics Internet Modules found at the publisher's website. Affectionately known as MOPs, this physics learning tool delivers a collection of questions that target students' misconceptions and misunderstandings. Immediate feedback, opportunities for self-correction, and question-specific help abound. MOPs blends the need for careful reading, logical reasoning, and physics understanding in an effort to produce a confident and able physics student. Part 1 of this six-part series includes 29 missions pertaining to topics in kinematics, vectors, and projectiles. Three of the 15 modules in the Minds On Physics Program are included in this app. These include the Kinematic Concepts, the Kinematic Graphing, and the Vectors and Projectiles modules.




  • Poor design

    By Geeoff359
    Buttons are difficult to press, there's way too many hurdles to go through to navigate to what you want. The app feels like it was designed by a programming student rather than a pro. Not worth the money since the webpage version is free (although also outdated and barely works)
  • Separate apps???

    By Dbjanxnwu
    So this app allows use of 3 modules. But if I get assigned a different module a week later, i have to pay for another app with those modules on it? Ridiculously stupid. Not to mention the computer version uses outdated software that hasn't been used since 2002. Great idea from a bunch of educators or whoever made this up.

    By David GC
    This app will not work on iOS 10. I can't do my homework for physics now. Don't buy if your on iOS 10. PLEASE UPDATE THE APP PHYSICS CLASSROOM
  • This app

    By Sharon_rashell
    This app keeps freeing it won't even let me log in it crashes all the time it only let me log in once then after that I could never get on again
  • Does not work

    By LaneDasher
    I want my money back. It does not work at all.
  • Anonymous

    By thecreeperman64
    App has many broken links. App has not been updated for newer devices. When you get a question wrong it does not tell you why you got a question wrong.

    By Beezer Butler
    I needed to get one of my mops done because I did not have access to a computer with internet explorer and I completely wasted a dollar. There are only 3 concepts, kinematic concepts, kinematic graphing, and vectors and projectiles. So unless you need to do any of those, this app is pretty much useless and a complete ripoff.
  • Kinda useless

    By Noveleffect
    Can't do anything with it, even after the setup Getting a refund
  • Bought it for NOTHING 👎🏽

    By Kona256
    Wanted to do all the assignments for my class but this app doesn't have them. I wasted a dollar.
  • Making Minds On Physics Truly Portable

    By DocSmithUSMC
    This has been a long time coming, but now that it is here, it deserves full marks. Physics Classroom is a wonderful website that has these great modules designed to supplement learning of Newtonian Physics. I could not be happier to see it roll out to the iPad, albeit in chunks that I are now are the fault of Apple's rules, not the developer's lack of creation. Once all of them are up and running, students will have a great series of Newtonian topics that will enhance their learning and buttress their classroom experience, either high school or university. One must also remember the creator is a full-time physics teacher, high school and university, so one should be grateful these are coming out at all. I truly support these apps, their development, and their use in the classroom(they make excellent homework assignments). Tom Henderson deserves a Nobel in Physics Education just for putting these things together. Every high school, as well as professor of introductory physics, should get a teacher account and push these apps on their students. Fair winds and following seas!!!