AP Physics B
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This non-calculus, college-level physics curriculum includes Newtonian mechanics, thermodynamics, waves, sound, optics, electricity, magnetism, atomic physics, nuclear physics, and relativity.
While there are distinct advantages to learning--either in a classroom or online--with a real physics teacher, there are a number of online references that can help supplement your instruction.
Links to Online Video LessonsAP Lessons from the Monterey Institute for Technology & Education
MIT OpenCourseWare AP Physics
The Mechanical Universe and Beyond (requires free registration, or see individual lesson links below)