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Thursday, January 4 • 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Solving Physics Problems with your Students W151

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Have you been asked to run a Physics Extension class, prepare an Oxbridge group, or perhaps just get students a good grade? All equally challenging. Teachers need the resources to allow students to progress by developing their understanding of the physics ideas. This talk will look at several problems, show the resources available for free, and how you can use them without an added workload. Isaac Physics offers the opportunity to have marking done online, support your classroom activity, directs students who want to know how they can extend themselves, whilst the BPhO allows them to compete against other aspirational students. Don’t miss the opportunity to challenge your students, whilst it does not have to be at the expense of your workload.

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Ally Davies

Hub Events Manager, Isaac Physics
Physics GCSE and A level. | Skills Mastery and Problem Solving. | Less marking, better feedback.
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Robin Hughes

Chairman (& Project physicist on Isaac Physics), British Physics Olympiad
Physics is about skills as well as knowledge. I am interested in giving students and teachers the support to develop their understanding of a great subject, by encouraging them in solving a wide range of problems in physics. This will develop confidence and interest, and enable aspirational... Read More →

Thursday January 4, 2018 12:30pm - 1:30pm
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