This site has basically grown as an appendage to my own teaching. I started the site as an intranet learning aid for my pupils back in 1997. It then progressed to being a personal webpage on Blueyonder and finally to be a domain in its own right in 2010.
The principal topics within it are therefore those that I have taught - and the emphasis of those pages fits the emphasis that the examination board puts upon their candidates. However my interest in physics and that of how different people learn has led to the site growing in different directions over the years.
My sites are designed to aid teachers deliver subject matter via a whiteboard, set homework that incorporates individual extended reading and reading around a topic. They are also suitable for independent study or revision for examinations. I have also had positive feedback from parents who have used my sites to help their children with their studies.
I have also set up a site for my husband that teaches how to play chess - Cyber-Chess.
I like feedback from users - it gives me an idea of how useful various sections of the site have been and I sometimes take on board suggestions for topics which are not already covered.
Or perhaps you have a query... the Google Group Cyberphysics was set up for you to do that. It give you the opportunity to discuss physics problems with other students (and me!). See the link at the bottom of the page.
But I am not an organisation - just an individual. I do not want professional services from web designers or promoters - the site is simply my creation - so don't waste your time e-mailing me to offer them!
It has become my hobby to add to the site even though my teaching career is nearing the end and I am now on a very reduced timetable. If you would like to show your appreciation of the help you have received from this site - and help me pay the hosting fees - please use the donate button below and send me a small thank-you donation (the price of a cup of coffee would be gladly received!).