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2021

2020

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AIP PEG Newsletters

DateFocusLink
2021 NovemberVale Les Kirkup, delivering effective and timely feedback to studentsAccess here
2021 AugustA snapshot of assessment across AustraliaAccess here
2021 MayAssessmentAccess here
2021 FebruarySmall changes with a big impact on studentsAccess here
2020 NovemberAccommodating students learning both online and face-to-faceAccess here
2020 AugustStrategies for engaging students onlineAccess here
2020 AprilHow different institutions have coped with the sudden move online due to the COVID-19 pandemicAccess here

 

Publications

Engan, I. C. L., Jegstad, K. M. & Lindstrøm, C. (2021). Omvendt undervisning for underveisvurdering i naturfag på ungdomstrinnet. [Flipped classroom for formative assessment in middle school science.] Nordic Studies in Science Education (NorDiNa), 17(1), 20–34.

Lebedev, P., Lindstrøm, C. & Sharma, M. D. (2020). Making linear multimedia interactive: questions, solutions and types of reflection. European Journal of Physics, 42, 015707.

Gray, J., & Lindstrøm, C. (2019). Five tips for integrating Khan Academy in your course. The Physics Teacher, 57(9), 408–410.

Lazendic-Galloway, J., Fischer, J., & Henkel (Jackson), K. (2019). ‘Using Learning Reflection Reports to foster metacognition and deeper learning in science students’, Proceedings of the Australian Conference on Science and Mathematics Education, 2019, 142–148.

 

Conference Presentations

2021

Australian Institute of Physics Summer Meeting, 6 – 9 December 2021, Queensland University of Technology [hybrid]

E. Angstmann: Increasing engagement in physics [Invited Keynote]

A. Bhansali: Exploring the factors affecting undergraduate students’ emotional engagement using Achievement Emotion Questionnaire-Physics

K. Jackson: A unique assessment to combat plagiarism in an online astronomy course

T. Dixon: Physics anywhere, anytime and quickly: Setup and Use of a Mini-Film-Studio for laboratory live-streaming, Physics outreach and rapid content creation

E. Angstmann: Online assessments in physics [Workshop]

K. Jackson: Active learning techniques for new physics educators

 

Australian Conference on Science and Mathematics Education (ACSME), 29 September – 1 October 2021, [online]

K. Jackson, & E. Angstmann: Our approach to online, asynchronous lectures

J. den Besten (UniMelb), K. Jackson, & E. Angstmann: Sharing of online resources for teaching physics [Workshop]

 

2020

UNSW Network of Faculty Educational Developers’ meeting, 22 October 2020 [online]

C. Lindstrøm: My experience working as an academic with the SCI Design Team on “PHYS9010 Quantum Technologies and Applications”

 

Australian Conference on Science and Mathematics Education (ACSME), 30 September – 2 October 2020, [online]

A. Bhansali (USyd), E. Angstmann, & M. D. Sharma (USyd): Impact of Covid-19: Students’ emotional engagement with face-to-face labs transiting to online mode

E. Angstmann: Tackling the shortage of physics teachers

P. M. Lebedev (USyd), C. Lindstrøm, & M. D. Sharma (USyd): Development and evaluation of the “Question-Solution-Reflection” framework

C. Lindstrøm: Wonder questions: Engaging, motivating and illuminating students and teachers

C. Lindstrøm, H. Georgiou (UOW), & E. Angstmann: Learning from the pandemic: Approvals and protocols for research output [Workshop]

E. Angstmann, S. Belward (JCU), R. Hall (UQ), M. Schultz (Deakin), & C. Thompson (Monash, Chair): The merits and shortfalls of delivering science labs and tutorials online [Panel]

M. de la Pena, T. Garrett, J. Budden, I. Mednes, & E. Angstmann: Outcomes from our Visiting Teaching Fellow program [Poster]

S. Wait, J. Thomas, V. Maguire-Rajpaul, & C. Lindstrøm: Back to basics: probing university students’ knowledge foundations of astronomical anatomy [Poster]

A. Bhansali (USyd), E. Angstmann, & M. D. Sharma (USyd): AEQ-Physics: A valid and reliable tool to measure emotions in physics [Poster]

 

Australasian Science Education Research Association (ASERA) Conference, 23–26 June 2020, University of Wollongong [online], New South Wales

C. Lindstrøm: Student knowledge of scale in astronomy

 

Seminar for iEarth3/4a Norwegian Centre for Teaching Excellence, 24 April 2020, University of Bergen [online], Norway

C. Lindstrøm: Flipped classroom in a Norwegian context [Invited]

 

UNSW School of Physics Colloquium, 10 March 2020, UNSW Sydney

C. Lindstrøm: A scientific approach to teaching university physics

 

Other Presentations

Success Stories from Online Teaching

Presentations by Prof. Manjula Sharma (University of Sydney), A/Prof. Liz Angstmann (UNSW), & Dr. Kate Jackson (UNSW)

AIP NSW PEG bi-annual seminar, Thursday 28th May, 10:30 AM – 12:00 PM [presented online via Zoom]

The focus of the meeting will be success stories from the sudden move online and how we can learn from these experiences to improve teaching in the post-pandemic world. We will also have  discussion of how we can support each other, collaborate on projects, and what members would like to focus on in future meetings.

 

Working with Secondary Teachers to Improve High School Physics Teaching

A/Prof. Liz Angstmann

A Scientia Education Academy Lecture, Thursday 21st May, 12:00 – 1:00 PM [presented online via Zoom]

There is a persistent recognised shortage of discipline-trained high school physics teachers apparent in both Australia and worldwide. Qualified and motivated physics teachers are essential in the secondary education system but are also important if we want more students to engage in STEM subjects at the university level. Currently the number of students choosing to take physics in years 11 and 12 is decreasing. Even more worrying is the decreasing proportion of females within this shrinking cohort. Part of a strategy to reverse this trend is to provide students with positive physics experiences throughout high school.

In this lecture A/Prof Liz Angstmann will discuss three of the ways she is working with secondary teachers to try and reverse this trend. These include the introduction of an online Graduate Certificate in Physics for Science teachers that provide qualified teachers the discipline-based knowledge to effectively teach physics; the introduction of a Visiting Teaching Fellow program where school teachers are seconded to UNSW for a year; and the introduction of SciX, a program to support students doing Science Extension.

For more information, see here: https://www.education.unsw.edu.au/working-secondary-teachers-improve-stem-outcomes. You can watch the presentation on YouTube by clicking here.