Wecolme to all TLCs : This was initially a group for the TLCs who attended the two Energy Days at Bolton School. We hoped to capure some conclusions/ remaining issues from what was discussed on those […]
A group for TLCs and PNCs who are working as SPN Mentors to early career teachers of physics. This closed group provides a space to discuss the operation of the SPN mentoring programme and any issues that […]
Oxford Summer School – Keble College 2016
Mentors’ Meet is a group set up for Stimulating Physics Mentors to provide a focus for discussing mentoring issues .Mentors will also find up to date information and contact details.
Good science podcasts
Have you ever thought of doing a show in your school hall? Whether a revision presentation for GCSE or A-level, to a show to get your students enthused about doing physics.
In this group we’ll share ideas and […]
For supporters: a place to share ideas, perplexities and solutions.
How to explore what teachers know, and help them have a better time with their children in a classroom as a result of expressing the physics […]
What is Money Matters?A collection of experiments and demonstrations using coins and notes that illustrate scientific, psychological and mathematical principles. Why use money?These simple experiments cover a wide […]
George Abbot School TSST
A group for all those attending the IOP Stimulating Physics Network Summer School 2016 at the NSLC in York. This is both a repository for relevant documents and a space for discussion of the session content. […]
Highgate Day March 2017
A group for all participants of this meeting.
A closed group for people running the IOP’s Ever Wondered Why? Show (EWW). These might be IOP Teaching and Learning Coaches (TLCs), Physics Network Co-ordinators (PNCs), or teachers they have trained to run it […]
A space for TLCs and the KCL PIPER team to discuss and plan their sessions for the IOP CPD Conference 2013 (26th-28th April). This is a closed group for those TLCs helping with the Saturday sessions at the conference.
IOP Internal TalkPhysics Group