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 […]
Interesting physics based cartoons.
For starters, discussion, wall posters, or possibly just amusement
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.
A place for the mildly perplexed, who need a little help with getting the most from the SPT resource. This discussions will focus on those who are working with the resource to improve their own subject knowledge.
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 […]
As the number of apps increases and the devices that run them become more common it seems sensible to see where the use of apps can enhance the teaching of physics.
Many teachers are now asking PNCs for […]
A group to share ideas about using the Virtual Physical Laboratory software from John Nunn at NPL and provided free of charge by license through the Teachers Network of the IOP.
February Festival of Physics 2021
I am currently doing some work in the development of AfL strategies for our A level physics students. So far I have been trialling target setting grids, target banks, assessment monitoring cards, peer assessment […]
A place to collect songs with reference or relevance to physics. I suggest a new topic for each new song. Some can be embedded (from YouTube). Others might just be links. It’d also be good to hear how people use […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
This group is a place to discuss the possible changes to the way that we represent energy to students.
Please add any links to essential FREE online resources here
With the new GCSE Specifications and a new approach to assessing practical work – mostly questions on a final exam based on a restricted list of ’required’ practicals – many departments are feeling the need for […]
Online support for technicians
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.
Teaching physics in the Midlands
This group is for teachers who use or want to know more about the Faulkes Telescope Project or National Schools’ Observatory (NSO), their projects for schools, and how astronomy can be used to enhance the teaching […]
A Day for Everyone Teaching Physics – Durham – 4th July 2019
IOP day at Charterhouse 2019
2019 IOP Big Day Out at Cosford