Developing expertise in teaching energy and change RA265 / F01
An introduction to the key chemical ideas needed to understand energy changes. Participants will explore common misconceptions associated with this topic and review a range of strategies for dealing with these misconceptions. Opportunities will also be given to try out a range of relevant and engaging experiments designed to support students' progress.
- learn about some of the ‘misconceptions’ that can arise when teaching about energy and change and explore ways of dealing with them in the classroom
- try out a range of engaging and relevant practicals and demonstrations
- share views about effective strategies for supporting and enhancing the teaching and learning of energy changes in chemistry
|Developing expertise in teaching energy and change||11 January 2016||09:15-12:15||University of Keele|
|Developing expertise in teaching energy and change||11 January 2016||09:15-12:15|
|State-funded school or college||Activity fee£125.00 +VAT|
|Fee-paying school or college (independent)||Activity fee£235.00 +VAT|
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