This is where I will announce the most recent
additions to my web site. If you've been here before and want to know what's
changed, look here first.
- I have recently expanded
Force Worksheet 1
to include all dot points from 188.8.131.52 to 184.108.40.206.
I have provided full worked solutions and sample answers to this
worksheet at the end of the questions.
was updated on 23/6/11. Unfortunately, the EDNA (Education Australia Network) site
has now been decommissioned. Thus, I have had to remove the
link to it on the Search page.
- The Accuracy,
Reliability & Validity page in the Resources section has been
updated & renamed
Measurement & Errors.
It contains much more information than previously.
- A whole new section
of this website is under construction. This will cater for the
Australian Physics Curriculum
being developed by ACARA. Much work remains to be done.
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- I use this to make
comments on various aspects of education and important related
View changes to HSC Physics (&
other Science) Exam
from 2011 onwards.
Minor changes were made
to the Stage 6 Physics Syllabus for 2010. The changes consist
of the addition of one outcome to the Preliminary Course 8.1 Physics
Skills Module and one outcome to the HSC Course 9.1 Physics Skills
Module. The changes can be viewed at:
Teachers will need to make
appropriate changes to assessment tasks to ensure that students have
opportunities to demonstrate the achievement of these outcomes.
- I have not had time to add new material to my
Page. Some of the material there is of use to the new
Preliminary & HSC Courses in Studies of Religion but most of it is for
the old syllabus. Have a look anyway. There are some links to very
useful religion sites on the Links Page.
Note that on 27th January 2003 this site was completely updated in line with the amendments to the Stage 6
Physics Syllabus announced by the Board of Studies (BOS) in October 2002.
These amendments were for implementation from 2003 onwards.
Likewise, this site has been completely updated in line with the
minor amendments to the Stage 6 Physics Syllabus announced by the
BOS on 7 December 2006 for implementation in the 2007 Preliminary &
I would love to get your
feedback about this site. You can send your comments from the
Use your copy of the
Syllabus as a Study Guide. Ensure you can answer all points
mentioned in the Syllabus to the level required by the verb used.
If you do not
have a Syllabus, ask your Teacher for one or download a copy from the
Board of Studies Website - the URL is on my Links page in the Favourite
Links section. Make sure
you get the right version. It is the Stage 6 Physics Syllabus
approved June 1999 and amended October 2002.
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