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Oxford 2017 Yr2 Summer School
Real Physics With Fruit and Sweets This will be an interactive workshop running at 8pm on Tuesday December 16th. All you need to do is come back at that time and watch the live video for a few ideas as to how to […]
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 […]
A place to note amusing things that happened in lessons, funny sites that aren’t really linked to the syllabus but what the heck.
Oxford 2017 Yr1 Summer School
Student Research Groups
Has anyone used a Wii handset for logging data – It has a bluetooth output and I have heard you can capture , velocity and angular velocity etc using a mobile phone has anyone done this? I found an
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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.
A group for those teaching in Further Education, on Apprenticeship programmes, and/or teaching the physics elements on a vocatonal course like BTec, NVQ etc in science, engineering, construction etc. To discuss […]
This group is for access to IOP resources to illustrate the careers that studying physics at A-level/Higher can lead to, and related discussions.
TSST A-Level Southampton from 2016
Cambridge SPN Summer School 2016
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 […]
This group is intended for participants of the TSST physics course at Dame Alice Owen’s School but others are not excluded.
For those who have attended the ”Shocked and Stunned” workshop from the IOP Teacher Network and/or want to discuss the teaching of electrostatics and the Van de Graaff generator.
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.
Durham Day for Everyone Teaching Physics June 30th 2017
We recently launched a meteorological balloon into the ”nearspace” region of the stratosphere. The balloon carried a payload with a camera, temperature sensors and GPS with a radio module to relay positional […]
CERN@school is a programme for school students – and driven by school students – that brings technology from CERN into the classroom to inspire the next generation of scientists and engineers. Find out more in our […]
This is a closed group for members of the Institute’s Education Forum. The Forum is open to members of the Institute and the nominated teacher in affiliated schools.