|I use MIDS to schedule
Michelson Hall Classrooms
Exam Rooms, XWeek
and Physics department teaching schedules, and coordinate, develop and
purchase new classroom demonstrations and advise faculty
on their use. Classroom
Requirements by course are described for each department.
courses in basic physics at the Naval Academy use
Peer Instruction by Professor Eric Mazur of Harvard. I have developed
questions on text readings, demonstrations and concepts for SP211 and SP212,
implemented with ClassTalk, a classroom
computer system to interact with midshipmen.
Policy stresses concepts, laws, definitions and problem solving. My
philosophy is to enable independent academic thought and action in midshipmen.
||My teaching schedule is one section each of SP211 and SP212 meeting
first and second periods. My past Courses
Taught are listed here. Validator
Opportunities include work with Trident Scholars Liz Belzer ('80, first
woman to graduate from USNA)and John Richardson ('82) on stress-induced
changes in ship magnetic signatures.
Mileage is a demonstration for midshipman study which models gas mileage
for an automobile. Understanding uncertainty
is the laboratory is essential to understanding physics.
|Publications (primary author first)
|Carl S. Schneider, "Domain
cooperation in ferromagnetic hysteresis," Journal of Applied Physics,
||Carl S. Schneider, "Role
of reversible susceptibility in ferromagnetic hysteresis,"Journal of
Applied Physics, 91, 7637-7639 (2002)
|Carl S. Schneider and John P. Ertel, "A
Classroom Jumping Ring," American Journal of Physics, 66, 686-692
||Carl S. Schneider, inventor, "Closed-Loop Multi-Sensor Control System
and Method," U.S.Patent
5,189,590for degaussing ships, 23 February, 1993.
|Carl S. Schneider, Paula Y. Cannell and Kimball T. Watts, "Magnetoelasticity
for Large Stresses," IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 28, 2626-2631
||C.S. Schneider and C.G. Shull, "Forward Magnetic Scattering Amplitude
of Iron for Thermal Neutrons," Physical Review B, 3, 830-835 (1971)