The International Research Group on Physics Teaching - GIREP [Groupe International de Recherche sur l'Enseignement de la Physique] together with the University of Malta, Faculty of Education and Faculty of Science invite your participation in an online webinar with the focus 'Physics Teacher Education - What matters?' This first international GIREP webinar will be held over three days between Monday 16th and Wednesday 18th November 2020 between 2.00 pm and 5.00 pm (Central European Time).
The format of the webinar will be the following: keynote presentation in plenary followed by short oral presentations and discussions. Contributions will focus on the Webinar topics and discussions will be organised in six Working Groups (WG):
[i] ICT and Multimedia in Teacher Education [Initial and Further PD]
[ii] Experiments and lab work in teacher education,
[iii] Quantum Mechanics in Teaching and Learning physics,
[iv] Formal, non-formal and informal aspects of physics education at primary level
[v] Strategies for pre-service physics teacher education at all levels
[vi] In-service teacher professional learning strategies
We believe that this webinar will be of interest to you and your colleagues involved in physics teaching and learning and/or Physics teacher education. This event will provide a unique opportunity for communities of physics educators from different countries to meet and share their experiences in Physics Teacher Education.
You are invited to participate in the GIREP Webinar 2020 by either [i] by attending the webinar sessions or [ii] by submitting an abstract for an oral presentation in the webinar. Information about the webinar can be found in the website https://www.um.edu.mt/events/girep
Below please find some important Webinar dates:
Registration for Webinar 2020 opens: 01 June 2020
Abstract Submission Deadline: extended until 10 October 2020
Notification of Acceptance: extended until 31 October 2020