VCE Physcon 2021
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Modelling: What are the limits, where to from here? How do we educate students to contribute to climate science?
How do the latest gravitational wave measurements affect our understanding of the universe? Presenter: Jackie Bondell.
Making a difference to teacher education: What fundamentals do you think should be in a physics teaching degree?
Wolfram: How can it help with teaching and learning principles of electrical circuits? Presenter: Colin Chapman.
Interactive engagement: How can you turn screen-time into real discussion? Presenter: Sandor Kazi.
Simple tools to spice up familiar physics: Have you thought of using a simple digital camera in your motion lessons?
Find out about a commercially available package for teaching this optional unit. Presenter: Brendan Jackson.
Heavy real world problems: Why is weight no longer in the study design? Presenter: Theo Hughes.
Real world context: looking for a hook to get your students thinking more deeply about motion?
Can technology get us closer to the ultimate goal we have for our students? Presenter: Rachael Gore.
Cutting edge research: Are you across the latest in Australian space initiatives? Presenter: Robert Hollow.
Real enrichment: do you know about the Young Physicists Tournament? Get tips! Presenter: Michael Rosenbrock.
Evidence-based strategies: how can you turn research findings into classroom improvements? Presenter: Bernadette Young.
Neurophysics: How are basic physics principles revolutionising mobility for those with neurological impairment?
Professional development: Want to become more confident in your Physics teaching subject knowledge?
Using digital technologies to collect and analyse data, and a simple technology to make posters come alive.
Presenter: Andrew Hanson.
Physics Units 1 & 2. Independent learning: How does student choice affect student outcomes? Presenter: Adele Hudson.
Student investigations: Need some ideas and tips? For teachers returning to Physics. Presenter: Dan O'Keefe.
SACS: Not sure about what is ok or how to go about SAC design? For teachers new to VCE Physics. Presenter: Maria James.
Real-time feedback: A commercial presentation on the role of apps in student learnin. Presenter: Dr Caroline Cotton.
Models to explain the surprising experimental results are explored. Presenter: Dan O'Keefe.
Important information to keep you abreast of developments in the Victorian Curriculum and study design process.
Powerful partners- literacy and science: looking for concrete strategies to engage and empower your students?
Creativity and assessment: How often do you fall back on a test for a SAC? What do others do?
Differentiation: How does this immersive experience reach out to all learners? Presenter: Elke Barczak.
Problem solving strategies: What do you think the key blocks are to student reasoning & communication of their thinking.
Universal problem solving: take an algorithmic approach to problem solving and enjoy success with your students.
Medical Physics: Were you hoping to tour the Peter Macallum Institute? Presenter: Dr Glenn Trainor.
Practical skills: Do you know how to handle uncertainties and analyse data? Presenter: Dr Penelope Hale.
The wonder of Wolfram: Have you used the Wolfram language or applications yet? Looking for suggestions and tips?
Student Enrichment: How could utilising VSSEC’s radio telescope bring greater depth to your Physics classroom?
Engagement: want a cornucopia of tricks and tips to get students switched on for learning? Presenter: Colin Hopkins.
Unlock the potential of this technology to create enhanced inquiry experiences.