Diana Hall received the 2014 CAP Award for Excellence in Teaching High School/CEGEP Physics - Ontario.
Physics Camp is back! If you enjoy our annual conference and would like to immerse yourself in some serious professional developing,
this is the chance for you. Join the camp leaders,
Lisa Lim-Cole, James Ball and Chris Meyer
from July 15-17 2014 in bucolic Sudbury for
three days of intensive physics workshops all for the outrageously low price of $50 including food and accommodation.
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3 out of the 5 students competing for CANADA at the 2014 International Physics Olympiad are from Ontario!
Henry Wu (winner: 2012 OAPT Grade 11 Phsyics Contest), University of Toronto Schools
Chris Ni (winner: 2013 OAPT Grade 11 Physics Contest), A.Y. Jackson Secondary School
Andrew Kim, University of Toronto Schools
Congratulations to Diana Hall, winner of the
2014 CAP Award for Excellence
in Teaching High School/CEGEP Physics (Ontario).
Conference 2015: University of Guelph May 7, 8, 9
Conference Program for 2014: Click here.
Congratulations to Chris Meyer
Chris's web site: http://www.meyercreations.com/physics/index.html
is featured in The Physics Teacher: page 126, volume 52 number 2 February 2014. This material is a Must Read for every physics teacher.
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Congratulations to the members of the Canadian Physics Olympiad Team
- Henry Honglei Wu - Silver
- Simon Blouin - Bronze
- Sepehr Ebadi - Bronze
- Yun Jia (Melody) Guan - Bronze
- Tristan Downing - Bronze
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