Lessons and Resources

Digi Kits
See our growing collection of digital collections (Digi Kits) centered around hands-on lesson based off of contributions to The Physics Teacher magazine. Student and teacher resources are provided.
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The Physics Front is replete with the best of the best, vetted resources from around the web. Sign in to the system to create your own collections of lesson plans, websites, and multimedia for K-12 physics.
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Discussion Lists 
Can't find what you are looking for? Reach out to AAPT members by joining one of our listservs. (Note: Some are open to anyone, and others require approval).
  • Physics in High Schools
  • Physics in Pre-High School
  • Physics First
  • Physics Teaching Resource Agents (PTRA)
  • Powerful Ideas in Physical Science (PiPS)

For more details and information about AAPT's K12 Programs, please contact Mark Hannum, at mhannum@aapt.org