Event Information

25 January 2021
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
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Session objectives
Electricity can be a tricky topic to teach; there are equipment issues, multiple models to use, abstract concepts and you can’t see what’s happening in the circuit! These sessions will give you lots of teaching tools and a better understanding of the concepts and pedagogy associated with teaching electricity.

A focus of this session will be ways of teaching electricity, including reflecting on the new IOP DOMAINS electricity CPD videos available here . We would encourage you to watch some of these videos before the session. Please feel free to bring along any questions you have, or you can indicate specific issues that you would like to discuss using the “additional requirements” box.

Who is this event suitable for?
This event is suitable for all early career science teachers, whatever your specialist subject. It will focus on content and skills needed for those early in their careers will reflect on the new IOP DOMAINS electricity CPD videos. Experienced IOP coaches will host the session and will be there to expand on the content, answer your questions and provide support.

Regional events
This is a regional event. We welcome colleagues from other regions, but priority will be given to colleagues from this region.

Bookings and waiting lists
Bookings will close for this event 1 working day before it is due to take place. If the event is already full when you are trying to book, please email us at [email protected] and we will see if we can run a repeat session

Please book using the link below, which will take you to the Eventbrite booking page for this session. The joining link to the session will be emailed to you in your booking confirmation.

The CPD videos supporting this session are available as part of the IOP DOMAINS CPD Programme at https://spark.iop.org/iop-domains-physics-cpd-programme

Please use the “Add to your calendar” link below to set a personal reminder.



  • IOP South Region
  • Online event, Accessed via Go To Meeting,
  • England

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