Making an IMPRESSion: mapping out future directions in modern physics education

A compass pointing towards one direction with physics equations in the background
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Just published: Our new directions paper published in Physics Education aims to navigate the future of modern physics education.


We all agree that the teaching of physics needs a bit of a modern touch, but how do we unify and streamline all the scattered education initiatives out there? Together with four leading physics educators, I have delved into this question, synthesising insights

shared at the International Modern Physics & Research in Education Seminar Series symposium.


Our paper takes a deep dive into the views of the symposium's panelists, outlining visionary paths for our field and providing a roadmap for teachers, educators, and physicists. With different challenges and opportunities on the horizon, we aim to guide our global physics education community in shaping the exciting future of physics education. Give the paper a read and let me know what you think.

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