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Representing algorithms using flowcharts and pseudocodeCK420C02

Start Date03 Jun 2020
Duration5 Hours
VenueRemote delivered CPD
FeesFree
BursaryComputing Bursary up to - £0.00
Overview An understanding of algorithms is vital for success in GCSE computer science. Students need to know how algorithms are designed to solve a problem, and how these designs are represented to other humans. Improve your knowledge of algorithms to the level appropriate for GCSE teaching. Become confident in using...

Triple Science - Metacognition and self-regulated learning in science - Shirebrook Only- - DATE TO BE REARRANGEDRK350N01

Start Date08 Jun 2020
Duration3 Hours
VenueMansfield
FeesFree
This course explores the concept of metacognition and self-regulated learning. Based on the latest educational research, the course focuses on what is meant by self-regulated learning and how the interplay of knowledge (self, strategies and motivation), planning, monitoring and evaluation determine a successful...

Introduction to primary computingCK454E02

Start Date10 Jun 2020
VenueRemote delivered CPD
FeesFree
BursaryComputing Bursary up to - £0.00
Introduction to primary computingComputing in primary schools is a practical, creative and knowledge-rich subject. This course provides teachers with the knowledge and confidence to get started on the journey to outstanding computing in your school, whether you’re a subject coordinator or another interested teacher....

Developing your primary science curriculum using the Ofsted frameworkRK184D02

Start Date12 Jun 2020
Duration4 Hours
VenueNewark
FeesFrom £55.00 + VAT. Fees can vary, see page for more details
Let’s put the spotlight back on science.  The new Ofsted framework provides an opportunity to reinvent your primary science curriculum. Discuss key strategies to ensure that the intent, implementation and impact of your science curriculum is evident throughout school.

Primary programming and algorithmsCK455C02

Start Date17 Jun 2020
VenueRemote delivered CPD
FeesFree
BursaryComputing Bursary up to - £0.00
Overview Programming and algorithms are fundamental to the primary computing curriculum. Algorithms are clear and repeatable instructions to solve problems that can often be expressed in a programming language for a computer to follow. Using their knowledge of algorithms and programming, children can harness the power...

Strengthening practical work in physics - Derbyshire Delegates- - DATE TO BE REARRANGEDRK201N02

Start Date22 Jun 2020
Duration6 Hours
VenueSheffield
FeesFrom £175.00 + VAT. Fees can vary, see page for more details
The aim of this course is to enable teachers and technicians of physics to explore a range of ideas for teaching topics across the physics curriculum. Through hands-on activities you will undertake new and established strategies and relevant practical techniques to make students' learning more effective.

Subject leaders' network meeting - DATE TO BE REARRANGEDRK219N01

Start Date23 Jun 2020
Duration3 Hours
VenueChesterfield
FeesFrom £60.00 + VAT. Fees can vary, see page for more details
This is a chance for collaboration with your peers so you can share information and develop as a leader. Expert consultants will help you identify priority issues in teaching and learning and professional development for your teams. You will be able to develop solutions, drawing on the expertise within the group. This...

Fundamentals of Computer NetworksCK422E03

Start Date24 Jun 2020
VenueRemote delivered CPD
FeesFree
BursaryComputing Bursary up to - £0.00
  Overview Computer networks exist all around us. During the course, you will demystify the hardware and network topologies used for data transfer between computers, and help you make topic learning relevant and engaging to students.   Learn how computers of all shapes and sizes are connected physically, or...

Essential skills for new and aspiring secondary science leadership - Derbyshire Delegates - DATE TO BE REARRANGEDRK206N01

Start Date29 Jun 2020
Duration6 Hours
VenueSheffield
FeesFrom £175.00 + VAT. Fees can vary, see page for more details
Working with an experienced science leader, you will develop your vision and leadership skills to enable you to lead an effective and vibrant science team. By improving your leadership and management skills you will help your team teach more effectively so students achieve their potential.

Representing algorithms using flowcharts and pseudocodeCK420C03

Start Date01 Jul 2020
Duration5 Hours
VenueRemote delivered CPD
FeesFree
BursaryComputing Bursary up to - £0.00
Overview An understanding of algorithms is vital for success in GCSE computer science. Students need to know how algorithms are designed to solve a problem, and how these designs are represented to other humans. Improve your knowledge of algorithms to the level appropriate for GCSE teaching. Become confident in using...

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