Harvard Graduate School of Education, MAT, Science Education, 1965
University of California, Berkeley, MA, Physics, 1970; PhD, Science Education, 1972
City College of New York (CUNY), MS, Computer Science, 1987
Brunschwig, F..Teachers' Guide for Introductory Physics: a Model Approach by Robert Karplus. www.fernwig.com (website).
Brunschwig, F. (primary author). Galileo's paradox, Interference of waves from double slit (Young's experiment), Energy of a slingshot: David and Goliath, Block on a frictionless inclined plane, and Interaction at a distance: the radiation model. (computer-based demonstrations using Mathematica software). published by Wolfram Demonstrations Project at demonstrations.wolfram.com
Brunschwig, F. (co-author or contributing author). Pythagorean, meantone, and equal temperament musical scales, Animated pendulum, and Throw off a cliff. (computer-based demonstrations using Mathematica software). published by Wolfram Demonstrations Project at demonstrations.wolfram.com
Brunschwig, F. (Ed.).Cracking the AP Physics "B" Exam, 2008-2009 Edition. The Princeton Review.
Brunschwig, F. & Favant, P. (2005).Sound and Waves - A Computer-Based Lab and Instructional Module. New York, NY: Favant Software.
Brunschwig, F. (Ed.) (2003). 2nd Edition ofIntroductory Physics: A Model Approach by Robert Karplus, Buzzards Bay, MA: Captains Engineering Services.
Brunschwig, F. (2001).Guide to Educational Planning in Science, Technology and Business. Saratoga Springs, NY: Empire State College.
Brunschwig, F. & Breslin, R. D. (1982). Scientific and technological literacy--a major innovation and challenge.Liberal Education, v68 n1 p49-62 Spr.
Brunschwig, F. (1977).Solar energy - a home experiment module. Saratoga Springs, NY: Empire State College.
Brunschwig, F. (1973).Infrared radiation (instructional module with home lab activities). In A. A. Strassenburg (Ed.), Novel experiments in physics. Stony Brook, NY: American Association of Physics Teachers.
2006-present: Adjunct Faculty, Teachers College, Physics and Science Education.
2003-2012: Professor, Empire State College, Master of Arts in Teaching Program. Teach and advise graduate and undergraduate students, online and face-to-face, in physics and science education.(Retired, Feb., 2012)
2005-07: Professor (part-time), Purchase College. Teach physics as part of general education.
1993-2003: Empire State College, Old Westbury, NY , Mentor/Professor, Acting Dean (1998-99), Chair of state-wide Educational Technology Committee; developed state-wide Technology Plan. Taught physics, computer science, info systems and related subjects; mentored degree planning, developed and taught independent studies for NYC teachers on sabbatical. Taught in Master of Arts in Liberal Studies program.
1991-93: NYNEX (Verizon)/Empire State College - Corporate College Program, New York, NY , Founding Director and Associate Dean. Planned and developed new, in-house, degree-granting program for employees. Hired and led faculty. Developed academic program.
1972-91: Empire State College, Old Westbury, NY , Founding Faculty, Long Island Center. Wrote proposal and administered National Science Foundation grant for state-wide program development. Chaired initial Accreditation Self-Study. ACE Fellowship in Academic Administration (1980-81). Developer, early implementer and tester of educational technology systems. Faculty leader in use of technology for education of part-time adults. Led Science, Mathematics and Technology Faculty state-wide.
1966-68: The Overseas School of Rome, Rome, Italy, Teacher of general science, chemistry (Chem Study) and physics (PSSC).
1965-66: The American School in Switzerland, Lugano, Switzerland, Teacher of PSSC physics and general science.
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MSTC 4075: Concepts in physics I
Exploration of physics themes of molecules and molecular kinetic theory, heat, mechanics, waves, electricity and magnetism, and modern physics. Of particular interest to introductory physics, physical science, and general science teachers.
MSTC 4076: Concepts in Physics II
Exploration of electricity, magnetism, light, optics, quantum mechanics, and selected topics in atomic, nuclear, elementary particle physics and astrophysics.