Inspiring post-16 biology NY501 / A20
This course provides many opportunities to develop engaging approaches to core topics in biology whilst discussing advances in biology which put the subject content into context. The aim is to improve the teaching of post-16 biology by engaging in a wide variety of stimulating sessions which introduce active and context based learning strategies. There will be a strong focus on practical techniques to support and extend the skills of your students. You will work alongside teachers and research scientists to help students learn biology effectively.
Who is it for?Intended for teachers who are experienced and confident in teaching secondary biology. It builds upon the strategies and techniques demonstrated in the 'New to A level biology' course.What topics are covered?This three day course covers:
⚪ plant biology
⚪ genetic engineering
⚪ plant disease
How long is the course?This is three day intensive residential course. Who are the course leaders?
✔️ demonstrate ways to make the teaching of biology more engaging by making links to current research
✔️ practise and evaluate a range of techniques to make practical more engaging
✔️ describe developments in some key areas of contemporary biology
✔️ identify misconceptions held by students and develp a variety of teaching approaches to counter these
|Inspiring post-16 biology - day 1||17 May 2021||11:00-19:00|
|Inspiring post-16 biology - Day 2||18 May 2021||09:00-19:00|
|Inspiring post-16 biology - Day 3||19 May 2021||09:00-16:00|
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