Do you want to admit it? If you are, I expect to see you lying on the floor exhausted. If you don’t know what I’m talking about … keep reading: Here are three ways you can discover if you are one of the 25% AND what you can do to change it: Watch my video below (20 minutes); OR Read … Read More
In general, the new system seems to be settling in quite smoothly. I personally believe that it encourages a more rounded physics education to the students. However, there are still some issues that are not quite clear.
Today, with the help of physics teacher Alom Shaha and educational charity Physics Partners – I’m hoping to eliminate the uncertainty in A Level Physics Practicals
It started innocently. I simply emailed a few teachers and asked if they had any “time-saving tips” that I could share with other physics teachers. Who could have known that within minutes my lab ordering days would change forever…..! It honestly takes minutes to set up a bespoke system for ordering practical equipment your school – no matter how intricate … Read More
A career as a physics teacher is hugely fulfilling; by sharing your knowledge and enthusiasm for the subject, you get to show young people how physics is central to everyday life. However, it can be hard to keep up with: I’ve been chatting to physics teachers all over the world and I’ve discovered the 5 KEY challenges in teaching physics. I’ve … Read More
I do a lot of physics tutoring and have spent the last week addressing exam technique with my tutees. I have already taught them the magic trick for longer questions (click here for the exam technique magic trick!) and have been surprised at how few of my students have learned the basic definitions. So, this weekend, I sat down and counted the percentage … Read More