Newsletters from the Vicphysics Teachers' Network
A regular email newsletter sent to teachers several times a term.
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:
2019 Term 3
No 2: Peter Mac Open Day, Regional Physics Talks
No 1: Apollo 11, National Science Week
2019 Term 2
No 1: Black Hole, Grade Points, Dark Skies
No 2: Online Enrichment, Prac Ideas
No 3: Climate Change talk, Extra B'fast
No 4: Student Forums, ANSTO Events
No 5: Wireless charging, ScienceXArt Comp'n
No 6: The Moon: July Lectures; Apollo 11
2019 Term 1
No 1: Events for Teachers and Students
No 2: Internet Physics Resources
No 3: Conference proceedings, Exam Report
No 4: Chief Assessor's Forum, More Conf Material
No 5: Vic students in International Physics Comp'n
No 6: Girls in Physics Breakfasts, Competitions for Students
2018 Term 4
No 1: Physics teacher positions, 2018 Nobel Prize in Physics, More Resources
No 2: Physics Review Q'naire, VCAA Solutions to NH paper.
No 3: New: Physics Exhibition at Museum, Resources from Perimeter Institute, More Job Ads.
No 4: More Physics positions, Seeking advice on Livestreaming.
No 5: Website Upgrade, Review Survey extended, Real time tracking of satellites
No 6: Physics Teachers' Conference: Registrations open.
No 7:Holiday reading, Conf Registration, New Resources.
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.