Black Country Science for low attainers - how to engage and ensure progress RC355 / C03
This course will look at how to effectively deliver the science curriculum to ensure progress by low attainers. The course will look at how the curriculum can be modelled to support low attainers and you will develop strategies to engage students with science and to ensure that pupil's skills are developed to allow them to access examinations and required practicals.
There is a Teacher Release Payment subsidy of 70% for all eligible schools. Please email NMSLP@potteries.ac.uk to request the discount code that must be used at the time of booking. Please note that this code does not automatically deduct the cost at the point of booking. TRPs will be released back to the school once attendance of the CPD event has been confirmed.
Who is the course leader?
You will be able to:
- Adapt curriculum models to raise attainment for lower ability students in science
- Build skills for accessing assessment
- Develop strategies to deliver the curriculum within engaging contexts for low attainers
- Link understanding science to real-world contexts
|Science for low attainers - how to engage and ensure progress
|24 April 2024
|University of Wolverhampton
|State-funded school or college
|Activity fee£100.00 +VAT
|Fee-paying school or college (independent)
|Activity fee£200.00 +VAT
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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