Berlin 2012Experienced teachers workshop        Chris Hamper
Warm up•   Introductions•   Photo•   Timings•   Options problems and resources•   Using the wiki
Data Collection•   Rolling ball (collecting data)•   Comparing methods•   Estimating unceratainties•   Making screecasts
Processing data•   Excel•   Loggerpro•   Other methods•   Presenting results
Conclusion and evaluation• Writing evaluations• Presenting findings• Discusion about required depth
Simulations•   Using Algodoo to model the ball•   Modelling with excel•   Interactive physics•   Sharing applets•   Differ...
Design• 10 ideas in 10 minutes• New ideas / no craters• Why split DCP and D
Marking and moderation of IA• Mark one moderate the other• Traps to avoid, sharing tips
The exam• Making a markscheme• Marking an example• E marking and seeding
TOK and international mindedness• TOK moments and the TOK card game• The TOK essay and how we can help• When can we incorp...
EE• What it’s like to write an EE• Analysing an essay• Sharing experiences
Gp 4• Types of Gp4 projects• Sharing ideas and experiences• Collaborating online
New program•   What we know now•   What to expect•   Concerns and reliefs•   Messages to send
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Berlin 2012 intro

  1. 1. Berlin 2012Experienced teachers workshop Chris Hamper
  2. 2. Warm up• Introductions• Photo• Timings• Options problems and resources• Using the wiki
  3. 3. Data Collection• Rolling ball (collecting data)• Comparing methods• Estimating unceratainties• Making screecasts
  4. 4. Processing data• Excel• Loggerpro• Other methods• Presenting results
  5. 5. Conclusion and evaluation• Writing evaluations• Presenting findings• Discusion about required depth
  6. 6. Simulations• Using Algodoo to model the ball• Modelling with excel• Interactive physics• Sharing applets• Different ways to use simulations
  7. 7. Design• 10 ideas in 10 minutes• New ideas / no craters• Why split DCP and D
  8. 8. Marking and moderation of IA• Mark one moderate the other• Traps to avoid, sharing tips
  9. 9. The exam• Making a markscheme• Marking an example• E marking and seeding
  10. 10. TOK and international mindedness• TOK moments and the TOK card game• The TOK essay and how we can help• When can we incorporate IM in physics?
  11. 11. EE• What it’s like to write an EE• Analysing an essay• Sharing experiences
  12. 12. Gp 4• Types of Gp4 projects• Sharing ideas and experiences• Collaborating online
  13. 13. New program• What we know now• What to expect• Concerns and reliefs• Messages to send
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