Developing expertise in teaching structures and bonding (Post-16) RE256 / B01
Support in teaching the topic of structures and bonding post-16 including opportunities to explore effective teaching strategies. This course is to help participants who are relatively new to teaching or are new to teaching chemistry post-16
- share ideas and strategies for teaching structures and bonding from pre-16 to post-16
- consider some common difficulties and misconceptions post-16 students have about structures and bonding
- explore some classroom activities and consider how they can be used to support effective learning
|Developing expertise in teaching structures and bonding (Post-16)||14 January 2016||14:30-17:30||Institute of Education|
|Developing expertise in teaching structures and bonding (Post-16)||14 January 2016||14:30-17:30|
|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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