Higher Education Group
The Group was founded in 2004 in response to the growing importance of teaching and learning issues that relate specifically to higher education.
We have organised a range of meetings addressing a number of topical issues including the use of project work in teaching, the MPhys and Europe, a look at assessment strategies in physics, outreach and recruitment in schools physics education research and What Do We Expect of a Competent Graduate Physicist? In addition, the Group produces an occasional newsletter with news and feature articles, conference and meeting reports, and a calendar of events.
On these pages you will find the programme for the current session, which explores more matters of concern to physicists in higher education. The Group aims to involve as many of its members as possible and its one day Meetings and Committee Meetings have been spread around the UK and Ireland in an effort to meet this goal. The Group sometimes organises joint meetings with other Institute Groups and has benefited from the collaboration and support of the Higher Education Academy Subject Centre in Physical Science and the Physics Innovations Centre for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (piCETL).