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Teaching Stage 6 Physics with Atomi

A practical guide to help you incorporate Atomi in your teaching instruction.

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Written by Tom O'Donahoo
Updated over a week ago

What's in this course?

Engaging, curriculum-specific content

This course contains videos, challenge questions, quizzes, text lessons, and exam application videos, backed by the latest research and always specific to your curriculum. Lessons are easy to understand and engaging from start to finish.

Focus on application

Lessons equip students to understand key concepts in depth and apply them to HSC-specific assessments and exams. Atomi lessons and assessments have every syllabus dotpoint covered, from pure scientific theory to real-life scenarios, problems and experiments. Exam application videos directly link the content to past exam papers to explicitly instruct students on what is required for them to achieve their best in the HSC.


How can I use this course with my class?

Atomi can be used in many ways to complement your teaching instruction. Some popular uses include:

  • Play an Atomi video at the start of a class to introduce a new topic

  • Create tasks by combining Atomi content and your own resources to make powerful in-class or homework activities

  • Try flipped learning by assigning Atomi videos and quizzes for students to complete before class and use the lesson for application-based tasks

  • Create revision sessions as practice sessions to help students revise before assessments

Below are more examples of how Atomi can be used with your Physics class.

Make laws, formulas and equations easy to understand

Our Physics courses don’t just force students to rote learn the key laws, formulas and equations. Instead, we go through examples and meaningful tips to make remembering and understanding content a breeze. Try teaching a topic like the laws of momentum in class and then set our video and quiz on the Conservation of Momentum for students to complete that night, helping the laws cement in their mind.

Help students contextualise content

Our engaging videos help students contextualise how scientific understanding has evolved over time. For example, try watching our short videos on the Evidence for the Model of the Atom in class, asking students to fill out a timeline of how the understanding of the model has evolved over time.


Keen to get started?

Jump back into Atomi to find a great lesson to share with your class.

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