Groups

  • Open Group

    This group is for all Irish teachers of Physics- Junior Cycle, Transition Year and Leaving Certificate
    Managed by IOP Ireland Physics Education Coaches Paul Nugent and David Keenahan

  • Open Group

    Sharing news, events, links and recordings for Online CLPL hosted by the IOP Scotland Physics Coach Team

  • Open Group

    The first port of call for all concerned with teaching of physics to students 16-19 years old.

  • Open Group

    The first port of call for all concerned with teaching of physics to students 14-16 years old.

  • Open Group

    The first port of call for all concerned with teaching of physics to students 11-14 years old.

  • Open Group

    A discussion forum for news and comment. Events, jobs, benchmarking woes – they all belong here.

  • Open Group

    A group for all those teaching physics in Wales

  • Open Group

    Post a picture of any kit that is found lurking at the back of a cupboard and see if  the combined wealth of TalkPhysics knowledge can tell us what it is and how it works. Hopefully some of those sad looking […]

  • Open Group

    A group for everyone teaching physics in the NW – Liverpool, Cheshire, Lancashire, Manchester, Cumbria and the surrounding areas. The group will, amongst other things, reflect the activities of the IOP Education […]

  • Open Group

    Teaching physics in the Midlands

  • Open Group

    For all teachers of physics based in Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Cambridgeshire, Essex, Hertfordshire, Kent, London, Norfolk and Suffolk .
    Join this group to find out about all events, workshops, training run […]

  • Public Group

    ”Maths on Monday” is a fortnightly CPD session designed to support teachers of science/physics who wish to develop their understanding of the underlying Maths required by the GCSE specifications.

  • Open Group

    Teaching Physics in The South

  • Open Group

    This group has been formed to allow better sharing of resources between physics teachers in Scotland. The resources are mapped directly to the Scottish curricula.

  • Open Group

    A place to find out about events by the education team in IOP Yorkshire and North East England. Resources from events and discussions about them can also be found here.

  • Open Group

    A discussion forum for users of isaacphysics.org. Use this forum to share gameboards with other teachers, discuss isaac physics questions and any difficulties you or students may be having, and share experiences […]

  • Closed Group

    A safe place to try out, test, and experiment with TalkPhysics’ functionality (tagging, embedding, etc) – and ask any questions you have.

  • Open Group

    A newsletter published by the IOP’s Education Department, with information about events, resources and training, as well as teaching tips and practical ideas focused on the 11-16 age group.  The paper copy goes […]

  • Open Group

    Ok, it’s a little bit embarassing, I know, but we have some pieces of kit at the back of very large very dusty cupboards that none of us can identify. Perhaps you can help. Or perhaps you have some equipment and […]

  • Open Group

    Available in print and digital format, Physics World is an award-winning magazine published by the Institute of Physics. It contains features from the world’s leading physicists and science writers, […]

  • Open Group

    A group for those teaching in Further Education, on Apprenticeship programmes, and/or teaching the physics elements on a vocatonal course like BTec, NVQ etc in science, engineering, construction etc. To discuss […]

  • Open Group

    Discussions based around Richard Brock’s Stories from physics

  • Closed Group

    This group is for teacher and leaders in Improving Gender Balance schools, to network, share experiences and discuss best practice.

  • Open Group

    We have set up this group to collect comments on the curriculum guidance that the IOP is developing. It follows on from the article ”Framing future physics curricula” in the September 2018 issue of Classroom […]

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