AAPT.org - American Association of Physics Teachers
 

Andrew G. Duffy, Chair (2015)
Boston University
Dept of Physics
590 Commonwealth Ave
Boston, MA United States 02215
Phone: (617) 353-9089; Fax: (617) 353-9393
aduffy@bu.edu

Thomas M. Scaife, Vice Chair (2015)
University of Wisconsin - Platteville
1 Univ Plaza
Engineering Hall
Platteville, WI United States 53818-3099
Phone: (608) 342-6059
scaifet@uwplatt.edu

John Aiken (2017)
800 Atlantic Drive
School of Physics
Atlanta, GA United States 30332
Phone: (678) 697-3181
johnm.aiken@gmail.com

Anne J. Cox (2016)
Eckerd College
Collegium of Natural Sciences
4200 54th Ave S
St Petersburg, FL United States 33711
Phone: (727) 864-8435; Fax: (727) 864-8382
coxaj@eckerd.edu

Jeffrey R. Groff (2016)
Shepherd University
PO Box 5000
Shepherdstown, WV United States 25443-5000
Phone: (304) 876-5143
jgroff@shepherd.edu

Barbara Maria Hoeling (2015)
Hochschule Landshut
Alte Bergstr. 172
Landshut, Germany 84028
hoeling@haw-landshut.de

Nancy A. Moreau (2016)
Northampton Community College
10 Lydia Dr
Wappingers Falls, NY United States 12590
Phone: (570) 688-4186
flyfish@aol.com

Ben Van Dusen (2017)
University of Colorado - Boulder
914 Broadway St
Boulder, CO United States 80309-0001
Phone: (541) 729-6446
benjamin.vandusen@colorado.edu

Robert C. Hilborn, Ex Officio
American Association of Physics Teachers
One Physics Ellipse
College Park, MD United States 20740-3845
Phone: (301) 209-3325; Fax: (301) 209-0845
rhilborn@aapt.org

Susannah Hicks, Staff Liaison
American Association of Physics Teachers
Office of the Executive Officer
One Physics Ellipse
College Park, MD United States 20740-3845
Phone: (301) 209-3311; Fax: (301) 209-0845
shicks@aapt.org

 

Mission

  1. Identify new developments in educational technology and new applications of educational technology to physics teaching and learning;
  2. Communicate these new developments and applications to the AAPT membership through a variety of means, including print and electronic publications, workshops, and sessions at national and regional meetings;
  3. Conduct competitions, as appropriate, to recognize, promote, and reward worthwhile contributions to the uses of educational technologies for physics education; and
  4. Coordinate with other area committees, organizations, and institutions in the development and dissemination of new ideas for the use of various educational technologies in physics education.