Established teachers who are new to teaching physics
Whatever your specialism, most science teachers teach across the science curriculum at some stage in their career. If you haven't studied physics for some years or feel less strong mathematically, being asked to teach physics can be particularly daunting.
We are here to help during this challenging time. We encourage you to engage with the IOP and use our teaching resources to further develop your own understanding of physics and develop as a teacher.
- Teaching Resources – everything a teacher of physics needs, from materials to help boost your physics knowledge to lesson ideas and support for running practical demonstrations
- Physics Teacher Network – we have over 50 very experienced teachers, or former teachers, who work to support local teachers of physics on our behalf across the UK and Ireland. Get in touch with your local contact for local support
- Schools and Colleges Affiliation – a special membership for schools and colleges in the UK and Ireland, giving you and your students access to free IOP resources, careers materials and posters, plus reduced entry to teacher events and access to some of our research publications including Physics World
- Case Study: how biology teacher Jenny became a confident teacher of physics
- Subject Knowledge Enhancement (SKE) course – short courses (from two weeks to six months) designed to get you to a sufficient level of knowledge and confidence in your physics. Included in these courses are lectures, practical work, tutorials and self-study of the topics you will be teaching at secondary level
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