Following is a map showing registrants as of Tuesday, April 19th.
We’ll be back at Foothill in April!
Each month we will spotlight a NCNAAPT member. Each member will be asked a few questions about their involvement in the section to showcase the many benefits of their membership.
Our inaugural Member Spotlight educator is Valerie Risk, who has been teaching for 5 years. She currently teaches Physics and AP Physics at Albany High School in Albany, CA.
– How long have you been a member of NCNAAPT?
I’ve been a member of NCAAPT since 2011. That was the year Richard Muller gave the keynote address for the NCAAPT meeting at UC Berkeley. Continue reading January Member Spotlight: Valerie Risk
Saturday, July 16 – Wednesday, July 20, 2016
Whether you’ve never been to a National meeting, or are a regular attendee, this is a great opportunity to attend with lower travel costs. One day will be a “High School” day, with a lower registration fee for teachers who wish to only attend that day (although we encourage you to attend all days!)
Information can be found here:
- Meeting home page (registration is not up yet, but will appear on this page when it is).
- Abstract submission page. You can either give an eight minute talk, or present a poster at one of the poster sessions. Share your knowledge with others (and remember, some of the ‘posters’ are just presentation slides printed out on 8.5×11 paper–it’s the content that is important, not the style).
If you’d like to help out, there will likely be opportunities to volunteer. Please complete the form below and we’ll get in touch with you.
Maps and carpool info are at the bottom of the page.
Draft Schedule (Subject to Revision)
Friday Evening Program
Saturday Program at Mendocino Hall 1015
SAVE THE DATE – OUR NEXT MEETING IS APRIL 23!
Are you doing something that should be shared with other physics teachers? Will it take more time than the five-minute limit in Share-and-Tell? In that case, please sign up to present either a poster, presentation or workshop. We’ll start the conference with our poster session, and close with contributed talks. Continue reading Call for Posters/Presentations/Workshops
Val Monticue, our very own Secretary, continues to contribute to our deeper understanding of the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS). Her website is full of resources, and her goal is “to introduce teachers to the pros while mitigating the cons as much as possible.” We encourage you to visit her site:
If you were at our last meeting, you heard that we were going to change our dues structure. Due to a generous annual donation from the Foothill College Physics Show, we will be able to reduce membership costs to in-the-trenches physics teachers. We will no longer charge fees for our meetings, but will instead revert to a membership model. When you attend a meeting, you will be required to pay a year’s worth of dues. These will be set at $25, although if you register via the web we will discount to $20. Membership covers two meetings (plus associated meals).
Here’s a quick FAQ: