These cover skills that you need in order to excel at physics - mathematical skills, writing skills and background knowledge.
Information on how to refer to diagrams and text you may find in the site and wish to incorporate into a homework, report or book.
ISA stands for 'Individual Skills Assignments' and was widely used to describe practical assessment work in the 'naughties'. Over time the examination boards change titles and names - but generally not the required skills that they look for.
You will find this section useful - especially if you are a trainee teacher.
Does what it says on the tin!
I recommend sites that I have found useful. Do message me if you find one is now defunct - or if the site has been 'sold on' and no longer relates to physics.
This section is useful if you are researching a homework on a physics topic.
Reading about how the topic has impacted on news reporting can be interesting and illuminating. Arranged in topics - mainly BBC reports....
The link to my channel. Haven't done anything recently - but I am hoping to change that!
Ones I used in the olden days.... might be of interest to you - practical skills - mainly on using equipment and lesson material (including plenaries) - there are even some I used in assemblies!
Change the values of components and the spreadsheet works out meter readings etc. for you. I wrote these ages ago - but they can be helpful for students who want to get a visual grasp of what happens when you alter a component value.
Can also be used to write questions from - or to test math skills.
Really old stuff here - but the interactive ones are useful as a plenary class activity - and the printed ones make great homeworks or work set while you are away.