International Research Group on Physics Teaching
Groupe international de recherche sur l'enseignement de la physique (GIREP)
Internationaler Arbeitskreis zur Förderung des Physikunterrichtes
15 Mar 1966, following a series of meetings organized by H-XH7171 - Organization for European Economic Cooperation (OEEC) and subsequently C-XC3023 - OECD. Originally referred to in English as International Group for Research in the Teaching of Physics. Statutes adopted 17 Mar 1972, Kiel (Germany FR); revised 12 Sep 1989, Balatonfüred (Hungary) and 29 Aug 1995, Trieste (Italy).
Promote and encourage efforts to adapt physics teaching to current knowledge; foster friendly contact, exchange of information and team work among member physics teachers and professors across national barriers and at all levels of education.
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General Assembly. Commission of Representatives, comprising the Committee - President, 2 Vice-Presidents, Secretary and Treasurer - and delegates of the National Sections, meets every 2 years at working seminar.
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