Matter & Interactions is a textbook by Ruth Chabay and Bruce Sherwood (John Wiley & Sons, 4th edition, 2015; also see a Wiley site that includes a sample chapter) that emphasizes a modern perspective on the calculus-based introductory physics curriculum taken by science and engineering students. It engages students in:
Starting analyses from fundamental principles rather than secondary formulas
Making macro-micro connections, based on the atomic nature of matter
Modeling physical systems: making idealizations, simplifying assumptions, estimates
Constructing computational models to predict the time evolution of system behavior
20th century physics and a contemporary perspective are integrated throughout the curriculum.