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Key Stage 3 science for non-science specialistsRD297B01

Start Date08 Oct 2019
VenueCullompton
FeesFrom £90.00 + VAT. Fees can vary, see page for more details
Does your school have non-science specialist teaching science at Key Stage 3? Indeed, are you a non-science specialist teaching science? This course is designed so that you will be able to teach pre-GCSE level science confidently whilst developing a repertoire of practical activities and embed working scientifically...

Making a difference through effective feedbackRP203

Evidence shows that effective feedback leads to raised attainment. This course will help you demonstrate that you are developing students' ideas, tracking their progress and creating strategies to inform what you will teach next, while ensuring students retain ownership of their learning. Approaches considered will...

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...

Bespoke consultancyRP300

These consultancy sessions will support leadership of change, and plan for next steps in the development of the department.

Bespoke courseRP850

We are able to offer any course from our professional development programme on an outreach or bespoke basis. Any course can be requested directly from the programme for your school or cluster of schools, or we can work with you to develop, refine and tailor the content and approach to meet your specific CPD needs....

Biology for non specialists RP854

This course is suitable for teachers who are relatively inexperienced in teaching biology, or those looking to enhance and extend their skills and update their teaching strategies for biology. It will focus on developing your understanding of key biological principles and the further develop your skills.  It will...

Effective use of support staffRP218

Meeting people who use STEM subjects in their life and work will enable students to see the relevance of the subject in the outside world and will motivate and support them in their learning. These may include employers, parents and STEM ambassadors as well as technicians and teaching assistants. Why not build on...

Careers in science RP226

Explore methods to raise awareness of the myriad of STEM related career opportunities. Learn how to interpret and strategically use LMI reports to inform curriculum planning. Accurately map the curriculum to embed good careers guidance (including the Gatsby benchmarks) and ensure that learners have meaningful...

Delivering the latest science curriculumRP223

This course will support science teachers in implementing the latest curriculum and tackle any issues that may arise. You will also consider how to audit and adapt existing schemes of learning to accommodate the changes.

Developing expertise in structure and bonding; and carbon chemistryRP267

Developing expertise in teaching carbon chemistry (morning session). Using molecular models, this course develops delegates' understanding of simple carbon chemistry and makes links between the underlying chemistry and teaching and learning activities. Developing teaching structure and bonding up to KS4 (afternoon...

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