Leading the thinking, doing, talking approach in primary science . NY001 / A20
This course is based upon the highly successful 'Thinking, Doing, Talking Science' project from Oxford which works on the premise that science lessons which are most successful at engaging and motivating pupils and raising their attainment feature more practical activity, deeper thinking, more discussion, less (but more focused) writing and more questioning. Research has shown that this approach has a positive impact on pupils' attitudes to science, science lessons and practical work in particular. Learn how to embed a range of strategies across different areas of the primary science curriculum and lead this approach throughout your school.
Who is it for?
Primary teachers and primary science leaders
What topics are covered?
This four day course covers:
⚪ higher order thinking skills
⚪ practical prompts for thinking and hands-on challenges
⚪ materials activities
⚪ sound and light activities
⚪ data logging challenges
⚪ plants, animals and evolutionary ideas
⚪ forces activities
⚪ gears, levers and pulleys activities
⚪ leading challenge and change in your school
How long is the course?
This is a four day intensive course, split into two residential periods.
Who is the course leader?
✔️ clarify appropriate standards of expectation in primary science and provide a rich and stimulating environment for children
✔️ develop a range of strategies to promote learning using higher level thinking skills, effective questioning and discussion
✔️ become more confident in developing and leading a range of practical enrichment activities
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The National STEM Learning Centre will be following all government guidance and regulations to minimise risk of Covid-19 transmission, including the deep cleaning of our accommodation and teaching rooms and maintaining social distancing during course sessions and meal times.
Fees & Bursaries
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