Groups

  • 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

    Resources and workshop slides from the Oxford Summer School taking place from 6-9 August 2018.

  • Open Group

    This group is for all course materials associated with York Summer School 2018 CPD

  • Public Group

    Sharing thoughtful approaches to teaching physics with the wider world.

  • 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 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 […]

  • Open Group

    Join our A Level teacher mentoring scheme. We offer free online, ongoing, subject specific CPD for all teachers of A Level Physics (trainees, new to teaching, and experienced specialists of physics or other […]

  • Open Group

    Join this group to learn about events taking place in London. 

  • Public Group

    Physics Education Research (PER)
    This group is designed to be a place where we can share ideas, collaborate and consider how we can use the work from physics education research.

  • Open Group

    Science on Stage is a festival for science teachers involving 27 European countries including the UK.  The next festival takes place on 25 -28 April 2013 in Słubice / Frankfurt (Oder). There will be lectures, […]

  • Closed Group

    Workshop Sharing – For IOP field workers to share, comment on and develop workshop resources. All conversation threads should start with a description of a workshop and/or resources to run it. Make sticky any […]

  • Open Group

    This group is aimed at current practising primary teachers, PGCE students and undergraduates alike. However we would welcome a range of members representating difference age phases and areas of science. 

  • Open Group

    This group is for all early career teachers of physics, whether you are a specialist physics teacher or a non-specialist who expects to teach some physics. It will help you to keep abreast of events and resources […]

  • Open Group

    This group is for teachers using the SPT: Energy topic (En).

    Discussions in the group will rely on a familiarity with this resource, offering further support.

  • Open Group

    This group is for teachers using the SPT: Forces topic (Fo).

    Discussions in the group will rely on a familiarity with this resource, offering further support.

  • 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

    There are 12 Complusory practicalsExam papers will assess knowledge and understanding of these and the skills exemplified within each practical.   Practical 10

  • Open Group

    This group is for teachers using the SPT: Electricity and energy topic (En).

    Discussions in the group will rely on a familiarity with this resource, offering further support.

  • 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

    This is a group for swapping idea and resources about Teltron Tubes. You may have been to a Teacher Network workshop on them, you may not! It doesn’t really matter as they’re a tricky area for most people, you […]

  • Open Group

    Here you can point others towards web based video clips that you have used for teaching.Folk will find it more helpful if you can find the time to say how and why you used them.Tag the entry to help people find it again.

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