Learning by Questions for physics
Physics teachers are taking on the most commendable quest every day. They help young minds understand big ideas about the universe they live in.
For taking this on this mission, we offer a platform that tackles some of the biggest challenges they face in the classroom.
Why physics teachers love LbQ
Teaching maths and physics
The thing about physics is, it's not just the big, abstract ideas you've got to get your head around. You've got to have some maths props too.
LbQ embraces the maths needed for teaching physics. We drip-feed these skills throughout our resources to ensure that, while it's not the focus, pupils get what they need to excel in the subject.
Plus, you have access to our maths Question Sets to go back to basics if you need to.
Tackling the toughest subject
From energy to electricity, to electromagnetism, to the ENTIRE UNIVERSE: there's just a tad to get though in the physics classroom.
Learning by Questions covers all the topics required by the National Curriculum, including some assessment-based resources as the icing on top of the edtech cake.
Honing all the skills needed
Physicists wear many hats. They're mathematicians, data analysts, problem solvers, writers, theorists, and investigators all in one.
LbQ not only covers all the content needed for secondary physics, the resources also help students exercise all the skills needed to smash the subject.
Supporting your 'reluctant' physicists
Truth bomb incoming: some kids don't like physics. But even if a student doesn't go on to become the next Curie or Hawking, they will still benefit from the skills and knowledge they get from your classroom.
LbQ eases some of the frustration of misconceptions in the physics classroom by providing helpful and personalised feedback for every answer. A student gets it wrong, they're shown how to get it right. And the Curies and Hawkings get pushed because they're not waiting around for others to catch up.
Getting to grips with your non-specialist subject
Non-specialists teaching physics? No problem.
However your school arranges the teaching of science, LbQ not only helps to teach the subject through the teacher-made resources, but we've also arranged them into schemes for ease of planning.
Communicating the abstract
There's a lot in physics that's complex to explain. Electromagnetism, anyone? Quite often, struggles in physics come from trying to teach abstract concepts. Physics is full of them!
LbQ breaks down abstract concepts into smaller, more manageable ideas and provides illustrations to help students through. Students also get personalised feedback to each answer they give, helping to solidify those tough-to-grasp concepts.
Our award-winning physics content
Dive into the full LbQ Library of award-winning secondary physics resources.
Or, try LbQ from the pupil's perspective below.
Try to make a few mistakes to reveal the unique feedback that pupils receive to keep them on track!
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It's not just physics, we have comprehensive resources for both biology and chemistry to keep your pupils engaged and studying happily.
Take a free 6-week trial and enjoy:
- smashing the maths skills needed for physics.
- having all the resources you need to cover all the topics.
- giving your students all the skills needed to be a physicist.
- easing the frustrations of 'reluctant' physicists.
- the relief of all the resources you need as a non-specialist physics teacher.
- support with teaching big, abstract ideas.
A Question Set is kinda what it says on the tin. It's a resource that contains between 10 and 40 questions based on a single National Curriculum learning objective.