Minds on Physics Internet Modules

Firefox Problems?
Version 52 of the Firefox browser was released in March of 2017. Upon releasing this version, Firefox announced that it would no longer support NPAPI plug-ins. Unfortunately, this includes the Shockwave plug-in that Minds On Physics relies upon. This means that Minds on Physics users will either have to choose a different brower (Safari or Internet Explorer) or revert back to version 51 of Firefox or use one of the mobile apps.
Tired of Shockwave?
The Minds On Physics Internet Modules use the Shockwave plug-in. Support for Shockwave by most modern browsers is diminishing. But fear not! The Minds On Physics program has now been completely converted to a mobile app that works on iOS and Android phones and tablets, on Mac computers, and on Chromebooks. The most promising means of doing MOPs at this time may be through the use of the mobile app on an iOS device, an Android device, a Mac, or a Chromebook.

Visit the Minds On Physics the App section of our website for more information. The Download links can be found on the Purchase page.
Teacher Accounts for 2017-18
As we transition our Minds On Physics program from a browser-based, Shockwave-reliant application to an app-based program, we are considering a variety of options that allow teachers to validate student progress. Those teachers who purchased a 2015-16 or a 2016-17 Techer account will continue to have access to the Shockwave-based module through the 2017-18 school year. This will allow those teachers who purchased accounts to continue their code checking  at no additional charge, provided that the Shockwave-based module works on their devices. As of July, 2017, we have begun production of a desktop-based app that allows teachers the ability to view questions (not answers), created customized Start Codes, and validate student-submitted Success Codes. We hope to have the Mac and Windows versions ready to distribute in the Fall of 2017. 

Don't have an account? You can now sign up for access to the Shockwave-based teacher modules for the 2017-18 school year and the coming years (as long as you can get the Shockwave plug-in to work). Visit our Teacher Registration page to get started.