We are pleased to share that Dr Jardine-Wright, Chair of the Møller Institute’s Education Standards Committee, has received an OBE for services to education. She is an Affiliated Lecturer at the Department of Physics, Fellow of Churchill College, and co-founder of Isaac Physics, an online platform that offers support and activities in physics problem solving to teachers and students.
“I am completely stunned to have been awarded an OBE. It means a great deal to me as it recognises the importance of physics education and the impact that the Isaac Physics project has made. I feel energised to keep innovating and to do more to raise the profile of physics.
“I am extremely fortunate to work with highly talented and dedicated people, in particular the late Prof. Mark Warner, an inspirational physicist who co-founded Isaac Physics with me, and Profs. Alastair Beresford and Andrew Rice, whose technological vision for the Isaac platform has encouraged nearly 100 million question attempts by teachers and students thus far.”