Working scientifically through photography RH207 / A01

Start date
23 May 18
Location
University of Hertfordshire, Bayfordbury Campus, Hertford SG13 8LD View on Google Map

Summary

Explore photography as a way of supporting children's development of scientific enquiry skills.
 
Work with acclaimed wildlife photographer Iain Green to explore the awe and wonder of science and nature through the eyes of a camera.
 
Effective teaching of scientific enquiry is central to developing children's ideas, skills, knowledge and understanding in science. Investigate how to create a unique approach to scientific enquiry outdoors and explore the awe and wonder of science and nature through the eyes of a camera. This course will inspire not only individual lessons but whole school projects too. Participants will be invited to take part in a subsequent celebration of work to share ideas and showcase teaching and learning. 
 

Outcomes

You will be able to:

  • appreciate how children can use photography to engage in and explore the world around them
  • consider how to develop children’s observational and questioning skills
  • develop creative approaches to recording using children’s photographs

 

Sessions

Working scientifically through photography23 May 2018 09:00-15:30

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Pricing

State-funded school or college£99.00 +VAT
Fee-paying school or college (independent)£195.00 +VAT

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