The Stimulating Physics Network and the Institute of Physics had another busy time at the Association for Science Education Annual Conference. Nearly 40 workshops were delivered over a period of three days by the Stimulating Physics Network’s team of Physics Network Coordinators and Teaching and Learning Coaches.
The programme of free workshops included sessions on Electricity, Energy, Forces, Medical Physics and many others. One delegate said, “I will be teaching electricity for my 1st time this year and this [workshop] will help greatly”. If you didn’t get the chance to make it to ASE Annual Conference or a particular workshop, many of the presentations from the workshops are also available on talkphysics.org.
There are many more workshops and Science Learning Centre courses occurring around England in the next few months. Check your regional page to see what is happening in your area.
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