Phone: (361) 777 - 4251 ext.6111
|1st||IPC||8:00 - 8:53|
|2nd||Conference||8:58 - 10:03|
|3rd||IPC||10:08 - 11:01|
|4th||Pre AP Physics||11:06 - 11:59|
|5th||Pre AP Physics||12:04 - 1:09|
|Lunch||1:09 - 1:39|
|6th||Pre AP Physics||1:44 - 2:37|
|7th||Pre AP Physics||2:42 - 3:35|
Hello everyone! My name is Jay Cobb and I live in the Rockport area. I currently teach IPC and Pre AP Physics, but have taught Biology, Chemistry, IPC, Anatomy and Physiology, TAKS remediation, STAAR remediation, and auto paint and body. I have also served as UIL coordinator, site-based decision commitee member, attendance commitee chair and member, and as head of the science department. This is my 13th year as an educator. Before that, I worked with heavy equipment, was a welder, and worked in construction. Some of my favorite things are family time, bbq-ing, football, old cars, motorcycles, and fishing.
Students in this course will examine the following physics topics: Kinematics, force, momentum, mechanics, electricity, magnetism, wave motion, nuclear and quantum physics. Prerequisite math skills should include, but is not limited to those presented in Algebra II. An emphasis is placed on a mathematical understanding of the physics principles that are presented.
IPC (Physics Semester)
This section of IPC is one semester. Students in this course will examine the following physics topics: Kinematics, force, momentum, mechanics, electricity, magnetism, and wave motion. Some math is required but formulas will be provided arranged for the missing variable. An emphasis is placed on a conceptual understanding of the physics principles that are presented with practical applications.