Here, you will find resources for teaching/learning GCSE Physics and A-level Physics.
My aim is to provide teachers with worksheets and links to on-line resources to facilitate flipping your teaching. If you are not familiar with flipping, you might like to look here.
If you are flipping your lessons, there are worksheets provided for each topic - I call them 'core tasks'. I would suggest that students are set a core task to complete prior to a lesson. Links to online resources are given so that students can find out about the topic. However, often worksheets are self-explanatory, leading the student through the topic in small steps. When students arrive in class they should have some understanding of the topic. Class time can then be devoted to deepening understanding through peer discussion, whole class discussion, by reviewing the core task, practical work, problem solving, etc.
I have found the worksheets particularly useful with one-to-one tutoring. Once a student has identified a topic they would like some support with, I will often direct them to complete a 'core task' worksheet prior to a tutoring session. In the process of reviewing their answers, I can identify sticking points and be more focussed with my support.
My focus, at present, is A level. You will find some resources in the GCSE section, but they are not specifically designed for flipping. However, I am keen to develop Google Form quizzes, which will allow teachers to assess student understanding prior to a lesson. These will be available to members only. There are a couple of examples in Mixed resources for GCSE, if you wish to try them out.
There are answers available for all the A level worksheets. To access these answers, you will need to apply for membership. Note: Only teachers/tutors can apply for membership.
All lower sixth A-level Physics units, and answer sheets.
All upper sixth-level, compulsory topics are completed. I will be working on the Options topics (starting on Astronomy) in the very near future.
GCSE materials are still under development, but check out the resources page for mixed resources you can use. I am also working on producing Google Form quiz resources, which allows the collection of student responses prior to a lesson.