Remote teaching in science NR201 / A20

Start date
5 Oct 20
Duration
15 Hours
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Summary

A recurring area of concern for teachers engaging with remote teaching is student engagement. In particular, how to support lower attaining students and SEN. 

All modules of this course will address the themes of engagement, motivation and scaffolding in remote teaching with strategies within the course designed to support remote teaching (such as in the event of school closures) and provide effective homework strategies or for a blended learning approach.

 

Course modules:

This course is split into 5 modules as listed below. Within each module there will be two facilitator led sessions with a task to be completed in-between the sessions. If you are unable to attend Remote teaching in science as a whole and wish to attend individual modules of this course instead please follow the below links to book.

  • Formative Assessment and remote learning
  • If you wish to book this as an alternative please click here. (scheduled dates: 5 October 2020, 8 October 2020)

  • Using virtual experiments to develop practical skills for required practicals
  • If you wish to book this as an alternative please click here. (scheduled dates: 12 October 2020, 15 October 2020)

  • Inclusive differentiation
  • If you wish to book this as an alternative please click here. (scheduled dates: 19 October 2020, 22 October 2020)

  • Tools for engagement with remote learning
  • If you wish to book this as an alternative please click here. (scheduled dates: 2 November, 5 November 2020)

  • Utilising learning opportunities beyond the classroom
  • If you wish to book this as an alternative please click here. (scheduled dates: 9 November, 16 November 2020)

    Outcomes

    • explore how you and your pupils use formative assessment to improve remote learning
    • explore how virtual tools can support students' development of understanding of the skills and techniques required for GCSE science
    • reflect on how remote learning can be adapted to meet the needs of all students including those with SEND or the most able
    • identify and evaluate how online tools can support different learning activities
    • identify how you will develop learning beyond the classroom with your students and their parents/carers

    Sessions

    DateTime
    Remote teaching in science05 October 202016:00-17:00
    Remote teaching in science08 October 202016:00-17:00
    Remote teaching in science12 October 202016:00-17:00
    Remote teaching in science15 October 202016:00-17:00
    Remote teaching in science19 October 202016:00-17:00
    Remote teaching in science22 October 202016:00-17:00
    Remote teaching in science02 November 202016:00-17:00
    Remote teaching in science05 November 202016:00-17:00
    Remote teaching in science09 November 202016:00-17:00
    Remote teaching in science16 November 202016:00-17:00

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    Cost

    State-funded school or collegeActivity fee£750.00
    Fee-paying school or college (independent)Activity fee£750.00
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    Additional information

    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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