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A/Prof. Elizabeth Angstmann wins the AIP Education Medal for 2020!
For her outstanding contribution to physics education in Australia by developing innovative approaches to first year and service teaching, increasing the number of students voluntarily electing to study physics, and establishing programs to improve the experience of secondary school physics students in New South Wales.
More information can be found here.
PERfECT now compiles and edits the Australian Institute of Physics – Physics Education Group newsletter
You can view previous editions of the newsletter that PERfECT has compiled here.
Repository of online resources for science and mathematics teaching and assessment, Australian Council of Deans of Science Teaching and Learning Centre
Project leaders (physics): A/Prof. Elizabeth Angstmann, Dr. Christine Lindstrom and Dr. Kate Jackson (UNSW)
This ACDS project aims to create a repository of curated remote teaching and assessment resources developed across Faculties of Science, particularly those resources that would benefit teachers and students of large mainstream subjects.
Project leaders for other disciplines:
- Chemistry: Madeleine Schultz (Deakin)
- Life sciences: Kay Colthorpe (UQ)
- Mathematics: Sara Herke (UQ)
All resources submitted will go through a rigorous evaluation process undertaken by discipline experts. Resources that pass this process will be published on the web repository, with applicants receiving an ACDS certificate attesting to their quality.
To be updated when presentations are scheduled.
Designing online lectures
A/Prof. Liz Angstmann, Dr. Kate Jackson
UNSW School of Physics Colloquium, 4 December 2020
To watch this presentation, please click here.
For earlier presentations, please click here.