EP2502 Narrowing the gap : Supporting disadvantaged learners in science RX036 / KA02
For schools from Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire and Northamptonshire areas only. Bookings from outside this area will be cancelled.
School closures due to COVID-19 have impacted more negatively on disadvantaged learners than non-disadvantaged peers. This course brings together the findings from research on the barriers to the progress of disadvantaged learners and identifies the areas where are likely to have impact in the classroom. Strategies to support learners with aspects of literacy, scientific reasoning and metacognition are explored with participants also sharing their own good practice.
Who is the course leader?
Rob has 25 years of classroom experience and spent the last 20 years of his career teaching science in a special school. During his time in...
- increase familiarity with the research evidence linked with supporting disadvantaged learners
- develop strategies and resources to support disadvantaged learners in science
- share good practice and identify actions to best support disadvantaged learners in your own setting
|1. Developing literacy skills
|01 February 2024
|2. Developing scientific reasoning and metacognition
|29 February 2024
|Fee-paying school or college (independent)
|Activity fee£120.00 +VAT
|State-funded school or college
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