Teaching Advanced Physics - IOP

These resources contain detailed ideas and resources for teaching physics to students aged 16-19, and aim to support those new to teaching this age group. They assume only limited access to equipment, resources, and advice from experienced colleagues. They are not intended to constrain the development of other equally valid approaches.

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From the Institute of Physics, these resources are split into topics and each topic is subdivided into a number of learning episodes. Each episode represents a coherent section of teaching which is typically one or two lessons. The topics covered include: * Electric current and charge carriers * Electrical...

From the Institute of Physics, these resources are split into topics and each topic is subdivided into a number of learning episodes. Each learning episode represents a coherent section of teaching. Typically the activities include discussion, demonstrations, student investigations and calculations and can be...

From the Institute of Physics, these resources are split into topics and each topic is subdivided into a number of episodes. An episode represents a coherent section of teaching – perhaps one or two lessons. The topics covered are:

* Simple harmonic motion
* Progressive waves
* Electromagnetic...

From the Institute of Physics, these resources are split into topics and each topic is subdivided into a number of episodes. An episode represents a coherent section of teaching – perhaps one or two lessons. The topics covered are:

* Gravitational fields
* Electrical fields
* Coulomb's law...

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