Event Information

30 June 2022
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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Everyone Coaching Physics 

The IOP’s Professional Practice Group warmly invites you to discuss ideas and best practice in coaching physics. We’ll also have a closer look at how the most recent education research relates to physics teaching and learning. If you support at least one other human in their quest to become a better physics teacher – these sessions are for you.

Who is this session suitable for? 

  • CPD leaders across MATs and other organisations
  • Lone physics teachers supporting the rest of the department, including mentors
  • Supporters of early career teachers in SCITTs or universities

Last year, we had some fantastic discussions alongside the release of our DOMAINS CPD videos https://spark.iop.org/iop-domains-physics-cpd-programme. These videos are approx. 10 mins long and ideal for you to use for developing teachers, especially remotely.

Sessions are at both 5pm and 7pm to fit in with travel and caring commitments.  Click on the times in the table below to register for each session that you would like to attend. 

Everyone Coaching Physics sessions Session  Session (repeat)
Session One - Thursday 11 November 20215 - 6pmor7 - 8pm
Session Two - Thursday 13 January 20225 - 6pmor7 - 8pm
Session Three - Thursday 10 March 20225 - 6pmor7 - 8pm
Session Four - Thursday 12 May 20225 - 6pmor7 - 8pm
Session Five - Thursday 30 June 20225 - 6pmor7 - 8pm

National and regional events 

This is a national event, welcoming those involved in teacher development from across our nations and regions. There may be the opportunity for regional breakout sessions if required.

Please book using the ‘Register’ button below. Booking confirmation will be emailed to you immediately after registration. If you do not receive this email (via Eventbrite), please check your junk/spam folders and contact [email protected] if you have any queries.

Bookings for this session will close on Thursday 30 June at 7pm.

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