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Chris's web site: http://www.meyercreations.com/physics/index.html is fetured in The Physics Teacher: page 126, volume 52 number 2 February 2014. This material is a Must Read for every physics teacher.
Mr. Dave Doucette, Richmond Hill High School, for his tireless promotion of Physics Education Research, whose efforts have transformed the practices of teachers across Ontario. Dave is not just a great physics teacher - he is a great teacher of physics teachers. He has given hundreds of workshops and he has provided countless hours of individual mentoring. He has led the resurgence of the Ontario Association of Physics Teachers - doubling conference numbers and developing a summer camp for teachers. His enthusiasm is inspirational, his knowledge profound and his generosity greatly appreciated.
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Congratulations to the members of the Canadian Physics Olympiad Team
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OAPT thanks ECE @ U of T for its support of physics teachers.
OAPT thanks UOIT for its support of physics teachers.
OAPT thanks Perimeter Institute for its support of physics teachers.
OAPT thanks York University Biophysics for its support of physics teachers.