Tag: competition

  • CanSat

    CanSat

    Thomas talks to Rosie McTavish about CanSat: a competition that puts the ‘super’ in super-curricular. What a way to get students engaged.

  • 23. Minds-On as well as Hands-On: Alom Shaha

    23. Minds-On as well as Hands-On: Alom Shaha

    Alom Shaha talks about his book “Mr Shaha’s Recipes for Wonder”, his love of Practical, the videos he makes to support teachers and equality. Timestamps Physics in the News: Black Hole Photo @ 01:01 Katie Bouman @ 2:24 Emails from listeners @ 06:29 Announcing the next Ways to teach… episode @ 08:29 Alom Shaha intro…

  • 8. Venn Hats, Meows and a Mysterious Tube

    8. Venn Hats, Meows and a Mysterious Tube

    As David Bowie once mused “Is there seismic activity on Mars?” ( I think that’s what he said…), and who are we to argue?  So we kicked off discussing NASA Mars Insight Lander and then Robin confessed to group about his tendency to get on a self-righteous soapbox (see episode 7!).  Luckily this week’s chat was…

  • 7. Ben, Big Ideas and beginnings

    7. Ben, Big Ideas and beginnings

    Thomas and Robin talk about the podcast’s roots and where it all started, to help all teachers of physics to feel a sense of professional community. You can help by sharing it with your friends, and if you do that you have a chance to win a podcast T-Shirt! The competition lasts until 30th November…

  • Entries! and Momentum Round-Up

    We put out the competition not really knowing quite what to expect. Four entries before 8:15am was an exciting start to the day though as I write at 4:30pm it is still four, which has brought me down to Earth somewhat! Momentum Day Today was “Momentum” day. After talking with Ben Rogers about cognitive Science…

  • Interact and Win a T-Shirt!

    Now we have listeners, and an Instagram page (@physics_teaching_podcast) we thought we would encourage you to share the podcast by having our first competition. Join us at the bottom of an exponential by winning a beautiful podcast T-shirt (in the colour of your choice) by interacting! To win, tell us why you like listening. There are many ways…