Yeah that isn't cheap, but I'm willing to try it out. It seems like a nice place to meet PF members and network with teachers. How are you finding it?robphy said:Registration is roughly $400+ for members, add another $200 for non-members... the students rate is about $50.
AAPT San Diego refers to the annual conference hosted by the American Association of Physics Teachers (AAPT) in San Diego, California. This conference brings together physics educators and researchers from around the world to share their knowledge and ideas in the field of physics education.
Anyone with an interest in physics education is welcome to attend AAPT San Diego. This includes educators, researchers, graduate students, undergraduate students, and other professionals in the field of physics. Registration is required to attend the conference.
AAPT San Diego features a variety of sessions and events, including plenary talks, workshops, panel discussions, poster sessions, and networking opportunities. These sessions cover a range of topics in physics education, such as teaching strategies, research findings, and innovative technologies.
There are several ways to present your research or ideas at AAPT San Diego. You can submit a proposal for a talk or workshop, present a poster, or participate in a panel discussion. The conference website typically provides information on the submission process and deadlines.
Attending AAPT San Diego allows you to stay up-to-date on the latest developments in physics education, network with other professionals in the field, and gain new insights and ideas for your own teaching or research. You may also have the opportunity to present your own work and receive feedback from peers and experts in the field.