Over 100 brand new teachers of physics came to our free conference on 4 July. Some of them were physics specialists, others were not. But they all received free resources, enjoyed great workshops and got to meet some of the people who will be there to support them during their early years in the classroom.
Find the Physics Teacher Network Co-ordinator in your area at www.iop.org/network
Photos from the day http://www.flickr.com/photos/instituteofphysics/sets/72157634803938392/
Find out more about the support we offer to newly qualified teachers www.iop.org/education/ltp
Our Stimulating Physics Mentors are here to help early career physics teachers. Details at www.iop.org/sps
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