Hotel and Travel
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Call for Abstracts
2020 PhysTEC Conference
February 29, 2020 - March 1, 2020 in Denver, Colorado at the Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel
Registration is now open!
Enhance Your Institution's Physics Teacher Education Program
Did you know that school districts across the United States consistently rank physics as the highest need area among all academic disciplines with regard to teacher shortages?
Join us for the nation's largest meeting dedicated to the education of future physics teachers–featuring workshops on best practices, panel discussions with leading experts, and numerous networking opportunities. The conference will take place from February 29 - March 1 in Denver, Colorado, immediately preceding the APS March Meeting.
The conference will include plenty of events to benefit both new and returning participants. You may view a tentative schedule here.
Stay after the conference for our Post Conference Workshop on Setting Up Your Learning Assistant Program, presented by Valerie Otero, Laurie Langdon, Eleanor Close, and Brooke Evans.
Call for Poster Abstracts
Would you like to tell us about new physics education research, or highlight your program's best practices for preparing future physics teachers? Submit an abstract to present a poster at the PhysTEC Conference! Get started by reviewing our poster presentation guidelines. Abstracts will be accepted from October 21, 2019 - February 14, 2020.
Hotel and Travel
The Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel has given us an excellent rate. To qualify, please book before February 7, 2020. Get the full details from our Hotel and Travel page.
Travel Support for Minority-serving Institutions
We are committed to supporting minority-serving institutions that wish to become leaders in physics teacher preparation and are offering a limited number of travel stipends. More information can be found on the registration page.
The Physics Teacher Education Coalition (PhysTEC) is a partnership between the American Physical Society (APS) and the American Association of Physics Teachers (AAPT). Learn more by visiting the PhysTEC homepage.