A group for all at the East Midlands Network Day, run by the Institute of Physics as part of the Physics Teacher Network and the Stimulating Physics Network.
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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 […]
There are 12 Complusory practicalsExam papers will assess knowledge and understanding of these and the skills exemplified within each practical. Practical 10
A group to discuss articles that have appeared in the journal Physics Education.
This group was created in the hope to engage physics technicians in discussions, sharing of ideas, providing support and resources. If you are a physics technician, or if you are a teacher of physics with an […]
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 […]
Sharing news, events, links and recordings for Online CLPL hosted by the IOP Scotland Physics Coach Team
Infra red imaging / FLIR cameras
Amazing opensource graphs and maths tool!
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 […]
A place for presentations and discussions surrounding the IOP’s Stirling Meeting.The largest meeting of the physics teaching community in the UK.Focusing on:• National 5 and new Higher courses, including i […]
This group wil be used to store resources from the SPN South – Regional Day at Charterhouse School on Saturday 7th July 2018
Please upload your resources directly and if you have any queries please contact Suzy […]
A bristlebot is a small ’robot’ that skitters around on the ’bristles’ of a toothbrush head, hence the name. They are made by attaching a tiny vibrational motor, such as you would find inside a mobile phone, to […]
We’ve changed the group to a reading club, to save creating a new group and waste the ideas from the last incarnation. A paper will be posted each week and a time and date to discuss the paper with a few questions […]
Good science podcasts
This group is for early career teachers of physics (both specialist and non-specialist). It provides a forum for discussion and sharing resources and articles tailored to teachers who are in their training year or […]
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 […]
Interesting physics based cartoons.
For starters, discussion, wall posters, or possibly just amusement
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 […]
It is always best to start where children are and build on interest rather than starting by trying arouse interest. TOYS old and new give us this way into the minds and motivations of everyone! This group will aim […]
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Discussions based around Richard Brock’s Stories from physics
Here you can share the apps and applets used for teaching. Start a new discussion thread(choose a meaningful name) for each applet, with a link to the applet, and suggest uses for the applet. Comment on the […]
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.