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Using computing and data logging to support primary scienceRN115A01

Start Date20 Jan 2020
Duration1 Day
VenueGloucester
FeesFrom £99.00 + VAT. Fees can vary, see page for more details
Using a range of digital technologies helps schools meet the KS2 requirements for children to collect direct evidence from enquiries, process data and communicate their ideas. During this course you will get hands-on practical experience using digital technologies in science and be able to decide on the best use of...

Active approaches in A level biologyRP506

Teachers who are confident in their subject knowledge can explore the acknowledged benefits of active and collaborative approaches to learning at A level. Working with others, you can develop new teaching and learning classroom activities that will be engaging and relevant for post-16 students.

Active approaches in A level physicsRP505

Teachers who are confident in their subject knowledge will explore acknowledged benefits of active and collaborative approaches to learning at A level. Working with others, you will refresh your teaching and learning strategies to improve you students' understanding of core concepts and will be able to encourage...

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...

Adding value and helping students make progress in post 16 science RP524

This course will give you the chance to gain an understanding of the drivers and barriers to student progress, and discover teaching and learning strategies to maximise progress of learners. Learn how to use analytical data to diagnose and remedy problems/issues, and develop practical strategies to ensure that all...

Aiming for flight path 9 in scienceRP317

Pushing the demand beyond the current A* requires stretching and embedding in students a much deeper understanding of the science and context. Discover how you can support your students in high quality practicals, tackling the mathematical demands and going beyond the required practical work so they can tackle...

Assessment and progression in primary scienceRP102

Evidence shows that effective Assessment for Learning (AfL) leads to raised attainment. Now that formal recording of levels has been removed, you need to be secure in your understanding of how to make judgements about children's achievements and progress. Throughout the course we will identify how you can integrate...

Assessment in easy steps RP176

With the removal of levels from the national curriculum, how can teachers assess and monitor children’s progress in science in an effective and meaningful way? This session will introduce you to a variety of methods to assess children’s knowledge and working scientifically skills. It will show you how, through the...

Awarding body eventsRP063

At these free network events, heads of science and science teachers will have the opportunity to consider the changes to content and assessment of practical skills and maths at KS4 in 2016. They will preview the Edexcel proposed specification content and core practicals.  Teachers will have the opportunity to discuss...

Behaviour management in scienceRP222

You will identify your classroom style and learn how to manage the challenging situations that may arise because of the range of potential distractions and hazards in a science laboratory. During the course we will cover a range of strategies to develop engaging lessons for all and create a positive learning...

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