Physics Teachers (Secondary)

Generative and collaborative Peer Learning Community for Physics Teachers

Welcome to the secondary physics community. We are a group of like-minded physics teachers who want to share our passion, knowledge and experience with other physics teachers. We work together to help develop each other to be better at teaching. This in turn will lead to better outcomes for our students. Physics teachers of all backgrounds are welcome to come and share and learn from others. If you are a new teacher, join us and learn from teachers with many many years of experience. If you are an experienced teacher join us, and help guide other teachers.

Live Session Dates/Times

All live sessions take place at 17:00 – 18:30 (China Time) on Wednesdays.Β 

Live Session 1

October 14, 2024
Tuesday
10:30 am – 12:00 pm (China Time)

Live Session 1

October 14, 2024
Tuesday
10:30 am – 12:00 pm (China Time)

Live Session 1

October 14, 2024
Tuesday
10:30 am – 12:00 pm (China Time)

Live Session 1

October 14, 2024
Tuesday
10:30 am – 12:00 pm (China Time)

Live Session 1

Wednesday 16 October 2024, 17:00-18:30 (China Time)

Live Session 2

Wednesday 4 December 2024, 17:00-18:30 (China Time)

Live Session 3

Wednesday 19 February 2025, 17:00-18:30 (China Time)

Live Session 4

   Wednesday 16 April     2025, 17:00-18:30 (China Time)

Daniel Nyantakyi

Daniel Owusu Nyantakyi, also known as Mr. DO, is honored to be your Science Secondary Community host. With over 15 years of experience teaching physics, chemistry, and mathematics, he has developed extensive knowledge and expertise. Daniel has served as a head of the science department for two years, led physics and mathematics for five years, and taught in international schools across Ghana, South Africa, Dubai, China, and Hong Kong. He is experienced in curricula such as CAPS, IB, A-Level, AP, and BC, tailoring his approach to diverse student populations. Daniel prioritizes student-centered learning, PBL, and empowering critical thinking and problem-solving skills. He aims to create a thriving community that supports and inspires science education.

Paul Lloyd

Paul Lloyd will be your host for this community. Originally from England, he has been teaching internationally for 18 years, all in Shanghai. Throughout this time, he has worked in several schools and taught IGCSE, A-Level, and IB to both Western and Chinese students. This experience has provided him with deep insights into effective teaching strategies and ways to overcome various factors that hinder learning.

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