CPD at SPEED
Our first foray in to the wild as we took our shiny new audio recorder (aka Albert Einstein) to the SPEED Physics teaching conference in Cambridge. SPEED is organised by the legend who is Ally Davies and is a well-established and popular CPD event for teachers in East Anglia. If you would like to pop along to your local CPD day, see the “Forthcoming events” link to Talkphysics, below.
- Physics in the news – Nobel Prize 2019 @ 2:06
- Robin has had a fun time teaching electricity @ 04:16
- Thomas has been doing revision in the round @ 06:25
- Charlie the non-specialist @ 08:11
- SPEED @ 13:40
Charlie’s odyssey continues, and we hope you are enjoying hearing his enthusiasm as much as we are. If you have any tips for Charlie, drop us a line. The main focus this week, though was the SPEED event in Cambridge. This is a gathering of many physics teachers and teachers of physics with all sorts of stimulating talks. Here are links to a couple of the things we talked about:
- Nigel Betts and his Planetarium with an email address for contact
- Forthcoming events from TalkPhysics
The podcast is trying to provide a link for physics teachers who don’t have anyone they can talk physics with, and the IOP regional days are trying to do the same so if you love the podcast, chances are you’ll enjoy an IOP regionakl day!
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