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TIPPS 2009

 

Training in Physics and Physical Science
TIPPS: Electricity and Magnetism for Middle and High School Teachers

June 29-July 3, 2009 and two follow-up sessions during the academic year.


The American Association of Physics Teachers (AAPT) will offer Physics Teaching Resource Agents (PTRA) workshop training on physics content and teaching techniques at the University of West Georgia. The Georgia Math Science Partnership (MSP) funded PTRA program is a proven concept for middle school and high school teachers.

Target schools for the 2008 workshop are the West Georgia RESA area. Applications from teachers at schools outside that region will be accepted if the teachers from the target schools do not fill up the workshop.

The workshops are led by two nationally trained physics high school teachers, and the workshops are for teachers from west Georgia. Participants inthe one-week summer whorkshop and the two Friday-Saturday follow-up sessions during the academic year will receive:

The schedule for the 2009 summer's workshop is the study of Electricity and Magnetism using CASTLE (Capacitors-Assisted Teaching and Learning Electricity). This workshop material is designed to meet local and state standards.

An application form is available online here. Please note that a registration fee of $40 must accompany this registration form. If an applicant is accepted, this fee will not be refunded. The funds will be used to provide lunch and refreshments during the workshop and follow-up sessions.

Information on TIPPS 2007 can be found here or here for 2008.

For more information please contact:

Dr. Bob Powell
Professor and Chair of Physics
University of West Georgia
Carrollton, GA 30118-2330
Office: 678-839-4095
Fax: 678-839-4088
bpowell@westga.edu
physics@westga.edu
www.westga.edu/physics