[Sticky] Introduce yourself!
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This page is for you to introduce yourself and get to know each other. The ChatPhysics community is a wonderful bunch of people and we're sure you will love this forum.
I'm Fabio and I founded ChatPhysics with a fantastic group of teachers. I am currently teaching IGCSE and IB Physics at a school in Singapore and loving it! 😊
I'm the American outpost of the ChatPhysics team! I worked as a GCSE/A-Level teacher and head of Physics for 6 years before moving international in July 2019. I now teach an internally designed 2 year high school course to prepare students for IB DP (which I also teach). Check out my articles on the ChatPhysics site!
Mid-career changer from manufacturing engineer to physics teacher. I work at a UTC in Salford and teach KS4 physics but mainly chemistry at the moment.
Hi all, I am Dave. I go by @Newmanphysics on Twitter. I have been teaching science/physics for over 20 years, in secondary schools and am currently teaching Physics A level and Applied Science Btec in a sixth form college. I have also worked for the IOP for many years as a consultant coach and a moderator on TalkPhysics.org
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I try and get to #Chatphysics on Thursdays as often as I can. An amazing place for resources and ideas.
Hi, I’m Chrissy. I teach in Scotland, general science in the junior years of High school, Physics from third year onwards. Love chatting physics.
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Hi, Im Mat, head of physics at Hawarden High School in North Wales. Have been teaching now for over 10 years.
@matthew-lewis Hi Mat, I recently enjoyed the Welsh Physics Teachers Conference. I saw a great demo to make a charge detector.
I lived in Wales for over 10 years and my children went to Welsh speaking schools.
@newmanphysics when I've been to Brecon the conference has been really good unfortunately its been a mega busy end of the half term so I couldnt attend the sessions. What were they using as a charge detector? Sounds an interesting build. My current plan for half term is to develop a ballistic pendulum that is simple to 3d print / build to demo it to my students as I wasnt paying over £200 for one!