Event Title: Living Physics Professional Community Workshop
Date & Time: Nov. 16-17, 2018, starting 4:00pm ET on Fri.
Location: Swarthmore College, PA
Cost: $75 (consideration possible for financial need)
Description: This 1.5-day workshop will bring together highly-engaged physics educators and lab managers in the Northeast to learn about the national push towards greater interdisciplinarity in introductory physics courses, receive feedback on personal curricular materials, practice anticipating student thinking and facilitating group work, and explore specific examples of innovative reformed physics activities. Participation in the workshop will strengthen local and regional networks of physics educators for collaborative transformation efforts. Instructors, lab managers, community college faculty & staff and those with varying degrees of familiarity with physics for life scientists or active learning are welcome!
Visit the event information site to register by November 1.
Bernards HS (Bernardsville) is looking for a ~3 month leave replacement physics teacher from Dec 1- March 1 (approximate).
If you know anyone who is interested, have them email Grant Kolmer (firstname.lastname@example.org)...the school district website is shsd.org
AAPT NORTHEAST REGIONAL MEETING
HOSTED BY THE NJ SECTION, ON BEHALF OF
NJ / NY / LI / NE / SEPA
CALL FOR PAPERS & POSTERS
NJAAPT is requesting proposals for papers (~20 min presentation/question time) or posters to be presented to NJ / NY / New England area Physics educators
Dates: Friday evening and Saturday Nov 16 & 17, 2018
Location: Bergen Community College Paramus, NJ
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
Physics education topics / issues / research
Classroom / lab ideas, use of technology
Physics/science research of interest to science teachers to keep current in the field
Abstract submissions can be emailed to email@example.com (deadline Oct 15, 2018)
Questions: contact Jim Signorelli at Jimsignorelli@hotmail.com
If you missed our one day meeting at Rutgers on July 18th, the talks on Current Tension in Cosmology are available at the links below: