I'll be teaching two online physics units through the Putnam-Westchester Industry & Science Teacher Alliance (PWISTA). Check out the Science Teacher Mastery Program. Each class in the program is equivalent to what would be a two-to-three week content unit in a first year college physics course, but aimed at students who are or intend to become physics teachers.
The goal is to provide a convenient and useful option for folks who need content-specific college coursework for their professional development or teaching certificate. Do you know someone who is being asked to teach physics, but is primarily a biologist or chemist and thus needs some content support? Or, do you know someone who is familiar with physics, but needs guidance in physics pedagogy, needs to know how to help her or his students understand physics? Either way, this course will be of use.
I'm offering two classes: one on circuits, and one on impulse-momentum.
For each, you will get access to all of my topical course material, both when I teach at the high-school (Regents) level, and when I teach at the college (AP) level. This includes the labs, problem sets, and quizzes that I assign. I'll give you written guidance about how to use this material in your teaching, and for your own study.
Then, I will host five one-hour online sessions on Thursday nights this fall (see schedule below). In each session, I'll spend the first half discussing practical pedagogy, just as I do in my workshops and on this blog. In the second half, I'll discuss specific content, problem solving, and test preparation issues.
Participants can get 15-hour CTLE certificates through Purchase College. They can also get three graduate credits in science education through Manhattanville College - see the site for details about credits, certificates, and pricing.
I've appended the full course description via this google link. (The impulse-momentum course has the same description.)
If you have further questions, please contact me via email or twitter; or, contact Mark Langella, head of PWISTA, through their site. Mark teaches the chemistry courses, and has been a College Board consultant for many years - he's the varsity, in case you know anyone who wants a similar program in chemistry.
Schedule for PWISTA Physics fall 2018:
The following are Thursday nights. The circuits course will meet at 8:00, the impulse-momentum course at 9:00, via Google Hangouts: