On this website you will find lots of ideas for physics classroom demonstrations, experiments and activities. These are specifically designed for the New Zealand physics and science curriculum from intermediate school to university. Many of the experiments, demonstrations, and activities directly support particular NCEA physics achievement standards and NCEA science achievement standards. Read more »
If you are in the Wellington area we are happy to visit your school and perform suitable demonstrations live or arrange to have your class visit Victoria University. We can sometimes visit schools outside of the Wellington area, particularly if we can visit multiple schools on a single trip. Read more about our demonstration programmes and arrange a visit if you wish.
Some of the resources posted on this website were developed as part of the Te Reo Maori Physics Project. Read more >>
Software designed to illustrate how computers display colours and how computers store image data. For physics, science, and ICT teachers. Available in English and te reo Maori.Read more »
Conservation of angular momentum is explored with the strange behaviours of the spinning rattleback by operating it on an air table.