What's Here?

December 18, 2014 -- A portfolio of edX introductory mechanics questions 

November 23, 2014 -- John King and physics lab

August 22, 2012 -- Slides from the APS FEd-FIAP March meeting session on Astronomy's Detectors & Physics Education:  Beletic, Suntharalingam, Ricker, Ninkov, Kovac

July 23, 2012 -- Fresh Perspectives on Astronomy & Physics Education--
A collection of slides and posters relating astronomy to physics education

July 28, 2011 --  UATP: New Horizons in Physics Education, Roger Blandford 

July 28, 2011 --  UATP: X-Ray Views of the Universe, David Helfand

Better Physics

You can read "better" as an adjective and find here examples of better than ordinary physics.  But your real challenge is to read "better" as a verb and be moved to improve physics yourself.  You can do this by better writing, better research, better teaching, better outreach, better images, better studying, better books, better problems, better courses, and many other ways.  This Better Physics site welcomes ideas and examples of any of these.