Integrating simulation software into your practice SP200 / M04
There is a range of simulation software available to support teaching and learning in physics. In this workshop we will review a range of mostly freely available simulation software and consider a range of approaches and strategies to make best use of them to engage your students and deepen understanding.Learning outcomes:
Suitable for KS 3,4,5
These physics courses form part of the Stimulating Physics Network programme of support. They are fully funded by the DfE and are open to all English maintained secondary educators, not just to SPN partner schools. Please select the course you are interested in attending from the list to find out more and to book your place. Please be sure to note the venue; some are remote courses and the venue will appear as “virtual”, and some are delivered face to face and may be in your locality.
Who is the course leader?
Shane Clark BSc(Hons), MSc, MBA, QTS, PGCE, PGDE, NPQH, CPhys, CsciTeach, CTeach
By the end of this session participants will:Review a range of simulation software that can be used in the teaching of physicsConsider how best to use the simulation softwareDevelop best practice
|Post task||27 May 2022||16:30-17:30||Virtual|
|1 Stimulating Physics Network - open CPD||27 May 2022||16:30-17:30||Virtual|
|State-funded school or college||Activity feeFree||Standard bursary available*£0.00|
|Fee-paying school or college (independent)||Activity feeFree|
* Your school or college will receive the bursary on successful completion of the CPD and impact toolkit. Find out more.
Participants from outside the UK will be charged the course fee and an additional £120 per day plus VAT.
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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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