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PhysicsEd.BuffaloState.Edu/wnypta
homepage of the
Western New York State Physics Teachers' Alliance affiliated with the American Association of Physics Teachers (AAPT) and the
Science Teachers' Association of NY State (STANYS)

WNYPTA organization
Steering Committee
Member Directory
Membership Form
Past Meeting Archives.

WNYPTA-List listserv

NY St. Section NYSS-AAPT
AAPT - National
STANYS

WNY Physics Ed Info:
Buffalo State Physics
Univ of Buffalo Physics
Fredonia St Coll Physics

PhysicsEd.BuffaloState.Edu

The WNYPTA is an active group of people interested in physics teaching in the Western New York region including elementary, middle school, high school, community college and undergraduate and graduate university physics teachers, teachers-to-be and retired teachers. We meet monthly during the school year to share ideas, discuss concerns and finds ways to further our own professional development. Usually we meet 9:00am-noon Saturdays in SAMC 359 Science and Mathematics Complex  on the campus of Buffalo State College (map). Letters of attendance for three hours at a professional development event are issued each meeting.

Using this webpage, you can acquire general information about the WNYPTA, contact WNYPTA members, subscribe to the WNYPTA-L email list, locate the name of an WNYPTA member alphabetically or by community, complete an online membership form, learn about NYSS-AAPT state section meetings or contact the National American Association of Physics Teachers (AAPT).

WNYPTA 2017-18 dates, agenda & workshop leaders (freebies and a make-and-take each time; updates are highlighted):

Aug 26, 2017 - TBA; organizing

Sep 23, 2017 - Next Gen NYSSLS workshop open to all STEM teachers

Sep 29-30 - Joint Annual Mtg NY-NJ-NE  AAPT at Syracuse U.

Oct 21, 2017 - TBA

Nov 11, 2017 - POly rehearsal

Dec 2, 2017 - Physics Olympics


Jan 20, 2018 - TBA
Mar 3, 2018 - TBA
Apr 21, 2018 - TBA

May 12, 2018 - TBA



This web page is maintained by Dr. Dan MacIsaac for the support of WNY physics teachers. Questions or comments regarding contents of the server should be emailed to Dr. Dan MacIsaac at macisadl@buffalostate.edu.


This page last updated 8/18/17.