Groups

  • Open Group

    Teaching physics with an historical slant.
    For instance, the Unit 8 – Turning Points in Physics for AQA A A-Level is a good excuse to teach from original sources.
     
    Perhaps here we could post links or files of […]

  • Closed Group

    FPL Kirklees Hub- Resources and Discussion Group. This group is for all teachers of physics in the Kirklees Hub. This is an opportunity to share resources; experiences and ideas within the hub.

  • Open Group

    This group is for those colleagues who have attended the CPD course at Aintree Racecourse on Tuesday January 15th 2019. Please feel free to share any videos, photos or other relevant content here.

  • Public Group

    Sharing thoughtful approaches to teaching physics with the wider world.

  • Open Group

    This group is for everyone involvedin physics education in Cornwall, Devon, Dorset, Somerset, Hampshire, Avon Whether you are a teachers student teacher, PNC, TLC, STEM leaders, adviser, university lecturer or […]

  • Open Group

    Handouts, information and presentation slides from the 6th annual Regional Physics Teachers Day in Leeds – Wedneday January 9th 2019. Please start up a conversation if you have any questions or comments on any o […]

  • 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 […]

  • 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

    This group is for teachers using the SPT: Earth in space topic (Es).

    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: Sound topic (So).

    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.

  • Open Group

    This group is for teachers using the SPT: Force and motion topic (Fm).

    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: Machines topic(Ma).

    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: Radiations and radiating topic (Ra).

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

  • Open Group

    A group for those teaching the AQA GCSE Physics specification starting 2011, sharing ideas, problems, resources and all manner of things.

  • Open Group

    A group for sharing resources and experiences relating to the teaching and learning of Radioactivity, Nuclear Structure, Ionising Radiation

  • 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

    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.

  • Open Group

    This group is for teachers using the SPT: Magnetism topic(Em).

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

  • Open Group

    April 2018 – Electric Circuits. A forum for those attending the day in Birmingham on 21st April.

  • Open Group

    This group is for teachers using the SPT: Light topic (Li).

    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: Electric circuits topic(El).

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

  • Open Group

     It is very important to make sure first and foremost that the students enjoy the story and that they feel a connection to the characters. Students are thus hooked and once they are drawn in, the learning […]

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