Electricity Made Simple:
SpringBrook Elementary
Kent, Washington
January 18, 2000

For more information,
Please contact: 
Denise Wilson 
Assistant Professor 
M222 EE/CSE Bldg. 
Box 352500 
University of Washington 
Seattle, WA 98195 

University of Washington
Department of Electrical Engineering

Electricity Made Simple

This demonstration is about moving electricity (current) that is caused by a force called voltage. Basic concepts in current, voltage, resistance and series/parallel combinations are explored. The difference between useful (moving) and non-useful (static) electricity is explained. Students are provided with sample breadboards for exploring circuits and circuit components.

Demonstration Materials:

General Information and Tutorial (pdf)
Frequently Asked Questions (pdf)
Student Worksheets (pdf)

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