The Eastern Kentucky University Physics Department will host “Next Generation Physics Teaching,” a regional innovation conference, March 13-14 in Richmond. The conference, which is supported by the Kentucky Association of Physics Teachers and other sections of the American Association of Physics Teachers, will provide useful information and resources for high school and college physics, science and engineering teachers. There will [...]
Teachers looking for interactive physics lab simulations should check out KET’s new virtual physics labs. This resource allows students the opportunity to use this virtual equipment with lab activities, or KET’s, with no lab set up time and with no physical apparatus in a classroom. It’s available to teachers and students any time. Public school teachers can request a 60-day [...]
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The University of Kentucky is offering an online physics courses for teachers. This is for elementary and middle school teachers who want to learn more about physical science, either for course credit or professional development. Course topics include light; electricity and magnetism; temperature and heat; and force motion and energy. For more information, contact Joseph P. Straley at (859) 257-3197.