Welcome to the Indiana Section of the AAPT Home Page!

Twitter Timeline

We have a mailing listINAAPT Google Group. Please feel free to join us in a conversation!

Please let us know if you are interested in getting involved. 

The 2021 annual meeting with be a combined virtual meeting with the Illinois section on April 23 and 24. Links to submit a talk and register for the meeting are below.

New!  Apr 23/24 Official program and schedule HERE.

Register for the meeting:  https://forms.gle/jTxDHnN2F4fP62VS6

INAAPT Outstanding High School Physics Teacher Award

The Indiana Section of the American Association of Physics Teachers (INAAPT) is seeking nominations for the INAAPT Outstanding High School Physics Teacher Award. The award is presented annually at the INAAPT annual spring meeting.

The following criteria are considered by the selection committee when choosing the award recipient:

-- 5 or more years of science teaching experience 

-- Innovative instructional techniques

-- Sharing at professional meetings

-- Collaboration with other teachers

-- In-school leadership in science

At least one letter of support, from the principal, evaluator, or colleague is required. Letters of support from others (parents or students) are also helpful, but not required. Please use our "contact us" page to get started!

COVID-19 Response from the American Modeling Teachers Association

The INAAPT 2020 Meeting will be live online on September 26.  Program for the meeting:  

INAAPT 2020 virtual conference

Our meeting will be hosted on Zoom. Please be sure to register online prior to the event. Because our costs will be lower, we are suggesting a contribution of $10 for meeting participants.  You can make your donation using the PayPal button below:

Videos from the conference are: HERE
More information will be available here soon, including our meeting schedule.

The following organizations are groups associated with INAAPT:

American Association of Physics Teachers (AAPT)
Hoosier Association of Science Teachers, Inc. (HASTI