Genetics: Bringing Cutting Edge Science into the Classroom RE457 / A03
The understanding of genetics will have a central role to play in the lives of future generations, making it vital that we nurture and develop this area in our future scientists who will add to the knowledge pool in this field of science.
On this course you will have an opportunity work in state of the art facilities and experience hands-on activities including plant transformation, genomic DNA extraction, PCR setting up and gel running which will be presented by research scientists at Rothamsted Research. The focus will be on plant genetics.
This course will help you to update your knowledge and skills in this fast moving discipline so that you and your colleagues are better prepared to teach the new GCSE and A level specifications.
You will be able to:
- identify new contexts and ideas for effective delivery of How Science Works
- explore scientific issues and controversies
- engage with inspiring teaching resources and approaches including practical work
- work alongside scientists involved in cutting edge research to develop knowledge and skills in authentic contexts
- demonstrate how mathematical skills are relevant to course topics
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For courses at the National STEM Learning Centre in York, fees include meals and accommodation for the duration of the course.
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