SCAAPT LAN Application

Local Area Networks (LANs) are professional learning communities that address the needs of a physics teacher population while increasing social interaction among teachers and related professionals. LANs are to focus on sharing ideas related to physics and teaching, with an eye toward applying them in the classroom. First and foremost, LANs are about how teachers can help each other become better. ("Local" typically refers to geography, it could refer to a targeted physics teaching community with similar interests that spans Southern California.)

At the conclusion of the one-year award, representatives from the LAN are expected to submit a short report to SCAAPT on their activities as well as make a five-minute presentation at a SCAAPT sectional meeting so other LANs can benefit from their experiences.

If a LAN’s needs or goals significantly change during the course of the one-year award, the primary contact is required to make a report with SCAAPT.

If there are any question about the LAN program or this application, contact Jeff Phillips <jphillips@lmu.edu>.

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