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  • 22 Oct 2021 9:40 AM | Anonymous

    Join Prof. Lindenfeld Sunday October 24 at 4 pm for a Zoom discussion of his book "Fragments of Time". Register at https://peterlindenfeldfragmentsoftime.eventbrite.com

    Lindenfeld's book traces his life from a secure childhood in pre-WW2 Vienna, then fleeing the Nazis in 1938, to ultimately finding a home pursuing science amidst educational and social change in which he played a role as a political and social activist often going against the grain of established rules.

    A member of NJAAPT for many decades, he also taught courses for teachers here and in India, seeing himself as a bridge between the communities of high school teachers and colleges. In 1989 Lindenfeld received AAPT's Millikan award. He is co-writing a textbook for introductory physics called 'Physics: The First Science'.

  • 21 Oct 2021 3:57 PM | Anonymous

    AAPT New England & NYS Sections Joint Fall 2021 Meeting Oct 22-23 online

    Register for $15 at:

     https://aapt-nes.wildapricot.org/event-4483000

    Starts with demonstration show event Friday Oct 22 at 7 PM, with Saturday keynote at 10 AM and talks through to a workshop starting at 3 PM.

    More info at:

    https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Tmh1zU7U6sEOnBpmcm2YA8j-LoLrDbPSHkR4QYkoVlY/edit?usp=sharing




  • 23 Feb 2021 8:08 PM | Anonymous

    Now on the second Thursday of every month, join other NJAAPT members to talk about how teaching and learning are going. Share your successes! Commiserate about your struggles! We want to hear how it's going in your classroom: virtual, hybrid, or in-person. What (other than a winning lottery ticket or a magic wand) would make your teaching easier?

  • 25 Oct 2020 10:09 AM | Anonymous

    The following link is a Google Doc created by Dolores Gende, which is an incredible list of resources for teaching all levels of physics virtually.

    RESOURCES FOR PHYSICS REMOTE LEARNING

  • 27 Aug 2020 10:00 AM | Anonymous

    NJAAPT members recently voted anonymously via this website for Executive Board candidates, with the winners announced Aug 20. Click here for the menu tab NJAAPT Board Members to see your elected officers.

  • 19 Aug 2020 10:00 AM | Anonymous

    Dr. Fred T. Pregger, NJ MS and HS science teacher, Professor Emeritus of the College of NJ, Physics Olympics co-founder, NJAAPT supporter, and science demo star passed away in May 2020 at age 96. Click here for a remembrance by NJAAPT board member Raymond Polomski.

    Obituary for Dr. Fred T. Pregger

    Dr. Fred T. Pregger interviews Dr. Victor Crowell, Professor Emeritus of Sciences and Physics of Trenton State College, about Dr. Crowell's reminiscences and memories of the College. 


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