Posts Tagged ‘physics teacher’
Teaching was always at the back of Andrew’s mind. He knew he would pursue a career in the classroom one day, but he didn’t realise that day would come around so soon… “In the end it all came down to timing. My brief stint as a content writer taught me that a job which involved […]
The 2014 IOP Teacher Training Scholarships programme will draw to a close next week, having attracted hundreds of potential physics teachers. We have just 150 prestigious Scholarships to award this year, so all successful applicants are put through a rigorous assessment process to help us find the very best candidates. Hannah was one of our […]
Over the last few months we have introduced you to some of our 2013 Teacher Training Scholars and given you an insight into the many reasons why they are training to teach physics. All of our Scholars have demonstrated a genuine passion for physics and a real commitment to the teaching profession; just the qualities […]
This year we are joined by a new student teacher who is undertaking a PGCE in Physics with Mathematics from September 2012. Despite being eminently qualified in Physics and Astronomy, she is experiencing all the trepidation and excitement of student teachers everywhere. Follow her journey this year as she shares her fears, expectations, achievements and disappointments.
This is the latest posting from our busy physics teacher who is now in his second year after qualifying (read his previous post here). “Recently I was offered the Head of Physics role at my school. Yes, I am just completing my second year of teaching. Yes, being the youngest (and also least experienced) member […]