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VCE Physics Teachers’ Conference

Online conference using Zoom primarily addressing needs of VCE Physics’ Teachers, however also of interest to teachers of Physics nationally. Professor Todd Lane will deliver a keynote on the future of climate modeling and there will be 27 live interactive Zoom workshops available across three sessions and a closing address by the VCE Physics Chief Assessor, Andrew Hanson, as well as a number of pre-recorded sessions. Networking will be facilitated using online tools and all sessions will be recorded and made available post conference to delegates.

QLD EXCELLENCE IN PHYSICS TEACHING Award 2021 – nominate now!

The AIP-QLD is looking for nominations of Physics teachers that have made a positive impact to teaching Physics to students at the high school level by anyone of the following criteria.

  1. Promote student interest in physics by providing an environment that stimulates student curiosity and learning.
  2. Use, develop or write innovative instructional materials and new technologies and approaches to the teaching of physics.
  3. Be a positive role model or mentor for other teachers of physics.
  4. Participate in professional development activities in science as a facilitator and continuous development as an effective science educator, with a focus on physics.

If you have a colleague, a former teacher of your own, or have heard of an inspiring teacher in your circle of friends, please consider nominating them for this years award by filling out the nomination form and sending this nomination (or any inquiries) by email to: aip_branchsecretary_qld@physics.org.au

The award consists of a cash prize, plaque and certificate.

Nominations close Friday 4 June 2021.

QLD EXCELLENCE IN PHYSICS TEACHING Award 2020 – nominate now!

The AIP-QLD is looking for nominations of Physics teachers that have made a positive impact to teaching Physics to students at the high school level by anyone of the following criteria.

  1. Promote student interest in physics by providing an environment that stimulates student curiosity and learning.
  2. Use, develop or write innovative instructional materials and new technologies and approaches to the teaching of physics.
  3. Be a positive role model or mentor for other teachers of physics.
  4. Participate in professional development activities in science as a facilitator and continuous development as an effective science educator, with a focus on physics.

If you have a colleague, a former teacher of your own, or have heard of an inspiring teacher in your circle of friends, please consider nominating them for this years award by filling out the nomination form and sending this nomination (or any inquiries) by email to: aip_branchsecretary_qld@physics.org.au

The award consists of a cash prize, plaque and certificate.

Nominations close Friday 24 July 2020.