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Science teach meetRP231

Teach Meet is an opportunity to meet with other teachers and share good and innovative practice to improve teaching and learning.   As a member of a supportive network, you will have the chance to both contribute and receive ideas from those who best understand the demands of the classroom and curriculum.

Meeting the demands of chemistry in the new A level specificationsRP514

This one day course will show how specific activities can be used to get across key concepts; use maths skills and develop practical skills in chemistry. It will focus on independent guidance covering the requirements of all the major exam board specifications.

IoP physics workshopRP801

These workshops are particularly useful for non-physicists and/or new teachers delivering Physics across all year groups, or technicians who support this practical work. Each workshop will cover a specific subject area of physics and will look at a range of practical and other activities that can be incorporated into...

Chemical handlingRP610

Workshop outline  preparing and checking solutions (and titration calculations!)  safe heating techniques and personal protective equipment  handling hazardous chemicals - alkali metals and halogens - gases and explosions -   limiting and dealing with hazardous waste including transport and storage   curriculum...

CLEAPSS: Microbiology for techniciansRP629

Do you lack confidence/experience in providing for school microbiology? This intensive course covers all the essentials of H&S and aseptic technique that are necessary for safe and effective KS3, GCSE and A level microbiology practicals. The course is entirely “hands on” so you will gain confidence as you...

Developing subject understanding in....RP127

Each session includes a focus on working scientifically, considering the key aspects which might best be focussed on with this topic. For example, when teaching about forces, the teacher may wish to focus on gathering, recording, classifying and presenting data in a variety of ways to help in answering questions as...

Teacher second specialism training (TSST): PhysicsRP299

As increasing number of non-physics specialists are teaching physics to KS3 and GCSE, it is important that teachers doing so feel confident in their own understanding of the subject. This course is intended for non-specialist teachers to improve subject knowledge and develope an understanding of effective pedagogical...

CLEAPSS preparation room management and health and safety for senior techniciansRP630

This one-day discussion-based course explores and shares ideas for good preparation room management. It is intended for senior technicians and those aspiring to become senior technicians. Participants are encouraged to bring along pictures of their own preparation rooms to share with the group. These could include...

CLEAPSS working with glassRP631

This one-day practical course will provide technicians with the knowledge and skills required to make most of the simple bends, and other items required for gas preparation, in most science departments. It will also demonstrate how some items of broken glass equipment can be repaired.

Active learning approaches in physics key stage 3 and key stage 4RP281

The course will enable you to create active learning approaches to the most challenging content of the key stage 3 and key stage 4 physics courses. We will clarify physics concepts, explore misconceptions and develop techniques that engage and inspire your students in lessons and beyond. The course will be delivered...

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