This is a call to slow, deliberative, thinking about teaching physics. (If it really was easy to make progress then many of the smart people I know would have figured it out long ago.)
Making progress requires making subtle judgements, based on evidence, but unlikely to be determined solely by the research evidence available, is reliant on a courteous translation of the physics, adapting it appropriately for learners, and is not likely to be a quick fire process.
Both what and technologies supporting how.
For learners aged 5-16 and their teachers.