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# 242563 3-Nov-2018 16:14
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...and that must be the most boring subject line ever.

 

 

 

I'm looking forward to reading a load of posts from others but I probably won't post much myself to begin with.  I don't actually know enough, really.  I know how to launch small rockets with little chemical motors in them - not that I've taught any students how to do it yet.  I've got an old radiogram sitting in my shed waiting for me to do it up - I've no idea how to do that yet.  And I love my iPhone and MacBook - although I've become disenchanted with Apple in recent years.  So, let's get geeking!  See you soon.


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  # 2119117 3-Nov-2018 16:22
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Don't apologise. Physics teacher sounds pretty cool to me. 

 

 





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  # 2119119 3-Nov-2018 16:25
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Thanks!  Yeah, it's my favourite subject.  But I teach in a tiny school, nobody's chosen physics for next year and I'll be teaching science, agriculture/horticulture and chemistry.  Oh, and drama.  Anyway, thanks for the warm welcome.

 

 


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  # 2119202 3-Nov-2018 16:59
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Aej:

 

Thanks!  Yeah, it's my favourite subject.  But I teach in a tiny school, nobody's chosen physics for next year and I'll be teaching science, agriculture/horticulture and chemistry.  Oh, and drama.  Anyway, thanks for the warm welcome.

 

 

 

 

I teach bio and ag/hort so if you need any help let me know.  Make sure the school signs you up for HATA


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  # 2119212 3-Nov-2018 17:08
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whoo physics was my fav subject in school but with time i lost interest and came into software industry. good to see you teacher. I hope we will hear interesting stuff from you.


 
 
 
 


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  # 2119637 4-Nov-2018 21:36
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  # 2119735 5-Nov-2018 00:23
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What gives rise to gravity?




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  # 2119765 5-Nov-2018 02:25
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Not boring at all. Physics was my favourite and best subject at secondary school in the mid-1960’s - I loved it.

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  # 2119867 5-Nov-2018 08:43
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eracode: Not boring at all. Physics was my favourite and best subject at secondary school in the mid-1960’s - I loved it.

 

Wow.. they taught physics back when dinosaurs roamed the earth? :-P





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  # 2119877 5-Nov-2018 08:50
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Physics teachers are the best

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Aej:

Thanks!  Yeah, it's my favourite subject.  But I teach in a tiny school, nobody's chosen physics for next year and I'll be teaching science, agriculture/horticulture and chemistry.  Oh, and drama.  Anyway, thanks for the warm welcome.

 

 

 

 

Seems more kids are doing business/economics with a dash of esports rather than learning how the world spins.

 

 

I suppose its all about making money these days.

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  # 2120360 5-Nov-2018 17:09
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eracode: Not boring at all. Physics was my favourite and best subject at secondary school in the mid-1960’s - I loved it.


Wow.. they taught physics back when dinosaurs roamed the earth? :-P



Well not quite - I wasn’t a dinosaur then (was a hatchling) - but I am now - and it seems they’re still teaching physics!

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