Good science podcasts
As part of its active involvement in supporting physics in schools and colleges, the Institute of Physics arranges courses throughout the year for experienced and practising teachers of physics.Why should I go on […]
Materials for a workshop on innovative methods of teaching graph drawing concepts and data analysis skills. Issues including uncertainty, reliability and lines of best fit will be covered through hands-on […]
A place to note amusing things that happened in lessons, funny sites that aren’t really linked to the syllabus but what the heck.
Classroom resources and other stuff useful for teaching kids to be skeptical and ask questions.
”We want to inspire the same investigative, truth-seeking spirit that led to the eradication of polio and put human […]
Infra red imaging / FLIR cameras
Stimulating Physics Network meetings
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 […]
Research by the IOP* indicates that there are cultural barriers to the choices that both girls and boys make at 16. This group aims to provide a space to discuss how to identify, challenge and remediate all […]
A group for sharing resources and experiences relating to the teaching and learning of Radioactivity, Nuclear Structure, Ionising Radiation
Place to share visualisations, infographics and links.
Good visualisation/infographic blogs
A place to discuss and share ideas for those teaching this course.
A group for those teaching the AQA GCSE Physics specification starting 2011, sharing ideas, problems, resources and all manner of things.
physics related to medicine
This group stores resources from the IOP/SPN SW Physics CPD Day 2019 at Ivybridge Community College, Devon, on Tuesday 2nd July.
Please upload your resources directly. If you have any queries please contact […]
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 […]
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.
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.
Very short animations (less than 4 minutes) to either:-
1. Pose a question for discussion
2. Illustrate a point / lesson starter
Animations in the form of Quicktime movies/ AVI files
Ideas for themes welcome. […]
Every Day Physics has also been called Physics for Breakfast Dinner and Tea as it started as a series of quick, fun and informative experiments using food items to illustrate physics principles. This is still […]