The New Jersey Section of the American Association of Physics Teachers
(NJAAPT) is a professional organization whose focus is on Physics
education, Physics educational research, and sharing information and ideas among educators.
NJAAPT is committed to outreach and
support for Physics teachers. The majority of NJAAPT members are high
school and college faculty teaching in New Jersey and nearby PA,NY,DE areas.
Activities and resources include Workshops, Conferences, Meetings, Sharing Sessions, Guest Speaker Lectures, a Listserve, and a Website.
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2/22/18 Executive Board Mtg Rutgers University
3/9-3/10/18 SEPA Spring Meeting Penn State Abington campus
3/24/18 Spring Section Meeting Princeton, NJ
April 2018 Guest Speaker Dinner Meeting Princeton, NJ
7/28 - 8/1 2018 AAPT National Meeting Washington DC
10/23-24/2018 NJSTA Science Convention Princeton Marriott -- Forrestal
Nov 2018 AAPT Regional Mtg. NJ/NY/NE Bergen County College
Recent Past Events 2017-2018:
8/28/2017 Executive Board Mtg. Rutgers University
9/13/2017 Executive Board Mtg. Rutgers University
9/29-30/2017 AAPT Regional Meeting Syracuse, NY
10/18/2017 Executive Board Mtg. Princeton University
10/22/2017 Video Analysis Workshop Matawan HS
10/ 24-25/2017 NJ Science Convention Princeton, NJ
11/13/2017 Executive Board Mtg. Rutgers University
12/2/2017 STEAMing through Physics Ridgefield HS
12/8/2018 Physics Film Fiesta/Holiday Party Princeton, NJ
12/11/2017 Executive Board Mtg. Rutgers University
1/6-9/2018 AAPT Winter Meeting San Diego, CA
1/13/2018 Physics Olympics North/Central NJ: Monmouth Reg. HS South NJ: Washington Twp HS
2/9/18 DemoShow Georgian Court University, Lakewood, NJ
Why join NJAAPT?
Whether you teach one section of Physics or six, whether you teach at the high school, middle school, college, or university level, NJAAPT is for you! NJAAPT is committed to outreach and support for Physics teachers.
As a member of NJAAPT, you can learn about and receive:
· Physics Teaching Resources
· Demo and Lab Ideas
· Professional Development
In addition to:
· Sharing Ideas
· Learning about Current Trends in Physics Instruction
· Exciting developments in Physics frontiers
· Meeting other Physics Teachers
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