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Profile Of : Ian Galloway

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Ian Galloway

Pontivy, France


physicsgalloway@gmail.com

www.cpd-physics.com


Ian is the T³ Europe STEM lead and is an International Professional Development provider and author.  

He is a former assessor for the UK Science Council and served four years on the government Advisory Panel for Science in Society for the UK Science and Technology Facilities Council. 

From 2001-2003 he served as chair of the Association for Science Education, an international association of science teachers and Europe's largest subject teaching organisation. He has won national awards for teaching physics and was an examinations scrutineer for the former Qualification and Curriculum Authority.

He is a founder member of the UK Science Learning Centre network and is a Fellow of the Institute of Physics.

 

 

Recording of Sharing Inspiration: Temperature, what it means and how we measure it

Temperature, what it means and how we measure it. History of the development of the concept of temperature, from Hippocrates to Fahrenheit and the modern day.

Editeur: T³ Europe

Editor: Ian Galloway

Auteur: Ian Galloway

Sujet:  Physics

Tags: Ice, Environment, Temperature, Sharing Inspiration 2022

Temperature

Temperature, what it means and how we measure it. History of the development of the concept of temperature, from Hippocrates to Fahrenheit and the modern day.

Editeur: T³ Europe

Editor: Ian Galloway

Auteur: Ian Galloway

Sujet:  Physics

Tags: Environment, Ice, Temperature, Sharing Inspiration 2022

Recording of Sharing Inspiration: Applied Mathematics – a tribute to Leonhard Euler’s 315th birthday

Famous mathematician Leonhard Euler. Expected and unexpected occurrences of e, approached with Python programming. Measuring angels with the help of gravity. Accuracy, Precision, Resolution…

Editeur: T³ Europe

Editor: Ian Galloway

Auteur: Hubert Langlotz, Hans-Martin Hilbig, Veit Berger

Sujet:  Mathematics, Computer Science

Tags: Sharing Inspiration 2022, Measures, Python

Applied Mathematics – a tribute to Leonhard Euler’s 315th birthday - Part 1

Famous mathematician Leonhard Euler. Expected and unexpected occurrences of e. Approached with Python programming.

Editeur: T³ Europe

Editor: Ian Galloway

Auteur: Veit Berger, Hubert Langlotz

Sujet:  Mathematics, Computer Science

Tags: Sharing Inspiration 2022, Python

Applied Mathematics – a tribute to Leonhard Euler’s 315th birthday - Part 2

Measuring angels with the help of gravity. Accuracy, Precision, Resolution. Euler angles.

Editeur: T³ Europe

Editor: Ian Galloway

Auteur: Hans-Martin Hilbig

Sujet:  Mathematics, Computer Science

Tags: Sharing Inspiration 2022, Python

René Descartes would code a TI-Rover if he could

René Descartes mathematician and philosopher. Two classic problems and how to approach them using Python programming.

Editeur: T³ Europe

Editor: Ian Galloway

Auteur: Alexandre Técher

Sujet:  Mathematics, Computer Science

Tags: Python, Sharing Inspiration 2022

Recording of Sharing Inspiration: René Descartes would code a TI-Rover if he could

Recording of Sharing Inspiration webinar: René Descartes would code a TI-Rover if he could

Editeur: T³ Europe

Editor: Ian Galloway

Auteur: Alexandre Técher

Sujet:  Mathematics, Computer Science

Tags: Python, Sharing Inspiration 2022

Calculating the position of the James Webb Space Telescope using Python or TI-Basic

Students calculate the position of James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) using an iterative Python program in Langrange2.tns and TI-Basic in Lagrange3.tns.

Editeur: T³ Europe

Editor: Ian Galloway

Auteur: Veit Berger

Sujet:  Mathematics, Physics, Computer Science

Tags: Python, Algebra, Solving equations, Gravitation, Lagrange

The James Webb Space Telescope and Lagrange Points

This resource is all about the Lagrange points and why they are important for the James Webb Telescope. Calculating the positions of these points is difficult but achievable with TI-Nspire.

Editeur: T³ Europe

Editor: Ian Galloway

Auteur: Ian Galloway

Sujet:  Mathematics, Physics, STEM

Tags: Graphs, Lagrange, Physics, Planet

Easy Experiments with Solar Cells and Penlite Batteries

Solar cells and penlite batteries are easily accessible. TI-Innovator Hub converts a graphing calculator to a programmable measuring tool.

Editeur: T³ Europe

Editor: Ian Galloway

Auteur: Cathy Baars

Sujet:  Physics, Computer Science

Tags: Sharing Inspiration 2021, Energy

Battery Life Matters

Battery life matters – three classroom examples to learn how power consumption of electronic devices is minimized

Editeur: T³ Europe

Editor: Ian Galloway, Stephan Griebel

Auteur: Hans-Martin Hilbig

Sujet:  STEM

Tags: Coding, Energy, SDG 7: Affordable and Clean Energy, Sharing Inspiration 2021

Can computational thinking help students to learn reasoning in physics?

Presentation shown at Sharing Inspiration - Computational Thinking and Coding in the Classroom

Editeur: T³ Europe

Editor: Ian Galloway, Stephan Griebel

Auteur: Cathy Baars

Sujet:  Mathematics, Physics

Tags: Sharing Inspiration 2021, Coding, Reasoning

From CBR To TI Innovator Hub: Metamorphosis of a Math Teacher

Presentation shown at Sharing Inspiration - Computational Thinking and Coding in the Classroom

Editeur: T³ Europe

Editor: Ian Galloway, Stephan Griebel

Auteur: Tonguç Özdaş, Uğur Mert, Yunus Emre Doğan

Sujet:  Mathematics, STEM

Tags: Sharing Inspiration 2021, Coding, Data collection

STEM projects as a vehicle for integrating Computational Thinking into the curriculum

Presentation shown at Sharing Inspiration - Computational Thinking and Coding in the Classroom

Editeur: T³ Europe

Editor: Ian Galloway, Stephan Griebel

Auteur: Alexandre Gomes

Sujet:  Mathematics, STEM

Tags: Sharing Inspiration 2021, Coding

Education for a Sustainable Development: Examples and comments on how the 17 SDG can be applied in combination with STEM

Relevant content motivates students. Education for Sustainable Development supports the understanding of the world by the means of Science and STEM in connection with other subjects.

Editeur: T³ Europe

Editor: Ian Galloway, Christine Buerki

Auteur: Christine Buerki

Sujet:  Mathematics, Physics, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, STEM

Tags: Sustainability