Other Topics of Interest
To join any of the following lists, click on the link which will take you to a web page where you can register for the list and become an active participant.
Advanced Labs: advlabs
This list facilitates the communication between people who teach or who are otherwise interested in undergraduate advanced physics laboratories. We know that many people teach such labs, often in isolated environments. We hope this list will foster improved teaching by the sharing of information on successes and failures, and will bring a sense of community to teachers of advanced labs. More information can be found here: http://www.aapt.org/advlabs
Introductory Physics for the Life Sciences: IPLS
A discussion list to enable communication between people who teach or
who are interested in the pedagogy of introductory physics as it
relates to the life sciences.
A list to enable communication with those who attended the Workshop for New Physics and Astronomy Faculty. For more information about the Workshop for New Physics and Astronomy Faculty, visit the website at www.aapt.org/Conferences/newfaculty.cfm.
The Physics First list is intended to promote communication on the pros and cons of teaching Physics First. You are encouraged to share your ideas, your success stories, your concerns and your failures. We encourage interested teachers to join this listserv.
Physics Teaching Resource Agents: ptra
AAPT/PTRA is the leading in-service physics professional development
program. It is effective for middle school and high school teachers. It
provides professional development on physics content, teaching
techniques based on research in physics education, and integration of
technology into curriculum.
Powerful Ideas in Physical Science: pips-l
A list for those who are using the PIPS materials in their physics
classes or is interested in learning more about the PIPS curriculum
materials. For more information about the PIPS program and materials,
visit the PIPS web page at www.aapt.org/publications/pips.cfm.
Teacher Preparation Coalition: coalition
A discussion list established for the purpose of exchanging information on the preparation of K-12 physics and physical science teachers. Only PhysTEC Coalition members can join the list but anyone can read the discussion list messages. For more information about the Physics Teacher Education Coalition, visit the website at www.phystec.org.
Two-Year College Physics: tycphys-l
This list is open to anyone who wishes to discuss issues related to teaching physics at a two-year college.