Vicphysics News

Newsletters from the Vicphysics Teachers' Network

Images from Newsletter No 9, Term 3, 2020

A regular email newsletter sent to teachers several times a term.

The newsletter has regular features such as Events for Teachers, Events for Students, Physics from the Web as well as new teaching resources from around the world.

If you wish to receive the email newsletter "Vicphysics News" or to advise us of a change of email address please contact the Vicphysics Teachers' Network.

The most recent newsletters are:

2020 Term 3

No 9: Physics Conf 2021

No 8: Practice Exams

No 7: Prac Inv'ns at home No 3

No 6: Prac Inv'ns at home No 2

No 5: Prac Inv'ns at home No 1

No 4: Prac Inv'n Forum

No 3: Events for Students

No 2: Videos from webinar, L and M resources

No 1: Webinar resources

2020 Term 2

No 6: Exam date, Webinar, NASA Resources

No 5: Vicphysics webinar

No 4: Physics video on VCE course changes

No 3: Adjusted Study Design is now available

No 2: US and UK resources for home learning, Events for students

No 1: More Resources for Online Learning, Zoom Forum

2020 Term 1

No 6: More Resources for when schools close

No 5: Managing Learning if schools shut, Girls in Physics Breakfasts postponed

No 4: Solar Cell Challenge, PI poster

No 3: More Conf proceedings, Events for Students

No 2: Conference Proceedings

No 1: Physics Events in 2020

2019 Term 4

No 7: Girls in Physics Breakfasts 2020

No 6: Holiday reading, Physics PD

No 5: Physics Conf, Exam Solutions

No 4: Physics positions

No 3: Amusement Park Physics

No 2: Nobel Prize in Physics

No 1: Climate Science. Study Design Survey

2019 Term 3

No 5: New PI Resources

No 4: Physics Conf and PD Budgets

No 3: Physics webinars, NH Physics Exam paper

No 2: Peter Mac Open Day, Regional Physics Talks

No 1: Apollo 11, National Science Week

Extracts from "News" regularly emailed to physics teachers

This email newsletter has been operating since 2003. While many newsletter items have been on forthcoming events for students and teachers, there have been many items of ongoing value on resources, teaching strategies, etc. These have been combined into this one document.

The newsletter has also contained short news items on current physics research and technological developments that might be of interest to teachers and students. The stories can be accessed through either of the two files. The items can be used to add relevance to classroom presentations or used for topical classroom displays.