Getting practical: Working Scientifically in your classroom RK198 / A17
Working Scientifically should be positioned at the heart of the primary science curriculum in all schools. Children must learn National Curriculum content as they work scientifically; through exploring and investigating, asking questions and problem solving, engaging with and learning about the ‘Wonder-full’ world around them.
This course will provide participants with:
- a greater understanding of Working Scientifically and its significance to children’s learning in science
- a variety of strategies to use to encourage children to ask science questions
- enhanced subject knowledge and understanding of the five types of enquiry children should be using to answer their science questions, progression of these and of key skills from Early Years and through primary
- lots of hands-on, practical examples and teaching strategies that might be used in practice or shared with colleagues through INSET).
We can develop an affordable bespoke CPD event which is delivered locally to you for:
- individuals such as: subject leaders, coordinators, heads of departments
- a team/whole department
- a network of schools/groups
- multi-academy trusts
- initial teacher education
|Primary bespoke support||21 April 2021||09:00-16:00|
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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