Managing practical work and assessment linked to triple science GCSE RE298 / D03
Practical work can be a barrier to the effective delivery of triple science as some teachers feel they do not have the confidence, time or ability to develop their students’ learning through practical work. You may also need support in understanding how practical work is assessed in triple science, how it can be managed effectively in your classroom and where to find engaging practical activities.
In this session you will explore these issues, reflect on how they impact on your teaching and develop ways of confidently using practical work to develop learning - with a focus on linking to GCSE exams.
1.30 Arrival & Refreshments
1.40-2.40 Elise Reece (Curriculum Manager Science - AQA) - Managing effective practical work in triple science assessment linking to GCSE exams
3.00-4.15 David Struthers and Amy Bowman
- reviewing practical work and assessment in your school
- developing next steps
4.15-4.30 Evaluation & depart
You will be able to:
Explore practical activities which develop learning in triple science
Develop strategies for managing practical work effectively
Understand the assessment of practical skills in triple science courses
Explore a range of resources which provide practical activities
|Managing practical work and assessment linked to triple science GCSE||12 December 2017 13:30-16:30|
Thanks to funding from the Department for Education, some schools are eligible to receive funding to cover the entire Continuing Professional Development fee. To find out whether your school is eligible for this triple science support please firstname.lastname@example.org
|State-funded school or college||Activity fee£80.00 +VAT|
|Fee-paying school or college (independent)||Activity fee£150.00 +VAT|
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