Physics made simple – waves
Teachers, register below to join this free online professional learning session on Thursday 4 April 4:00–4:45 pm.

Join Greta Dromgool and Ted Cizadlo in a session designed to build confidence in teaching the Physical World.

Using simple, everyday examples and equipment, we will take you step by step through how you can teach the physics concepts of waves.

The New Zealand curriculum Physical World achievement objectives are incredibly broad. This webinar is part of a series of webinars that will support teachers to build their subject content knowledge and confidence to ensure their students have opportunities to “explore, describe, and represent patterns and trends for everyday examples of physical phenomena”.

This session will be valuable for middle to upper primary and lower secondary school teachers. However, all teachers are welcome to join us.

We use Zoom for our webinars. By registering, you will receive an email the day before the webinar. This will include a clickable link to our live PLD session and detailed information on how to join.

There is a related competition to win a PocketLab Voyager from Sitech valued at $275. Find out more here:

All those who answer the questions in the registration form, attend the live webinar and participate in the follow-up discussion in our Slack forum ( will receive a certificate. Additional details about this will be included in the live webinar.

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