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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...

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...

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....

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...

CLEAPSS Supporting safe and successful classroom physicsRP655

This 1-day course (about 5 hours excluding breaks) is designed to enable secondary school science laboratory technicians to be more  confident in supporting the teaching of practical physics. It also provides a valuable opportunity for technicians to meet together and share expertise. This course assumes a basic...

Going further in A level physicsRP507

Students are excited by technology; throughout this course we will explore how you can use electronic technologies such as free modelling software, video analysis tools and apps to inspire and engage your students in physics. This course is ideal for teachers who are confident in their subject knowledge and there...

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...

Enhancing literacy skills in scienceRP212

We will support you in responding to the increased literacy demands of the National Curriculum. Throughout this course you will develop strategies to ensure that your students have the skills to be effective, independent learners who have a range of literacy skills, not only for their exams but for their futures.

Getting to grips with A level physicsRP503

This course is ideal for teachers who are new to the subject and aims to build subject knowledge, confidence and skills through the exploration of demonstrations and practicals so you can link basic concepts to more complex ideas. You will explore a range of engaging and effective strategies that will support you in...

Improving subject and curriculum knowledge in…RP224

It is important to keep up-to-date with current science matters, including pure subject knowledge, topic specific developments and general pedagogical methods. These short modules will allow teachers of science to update and improve their subject knowledge and consider how best to support students in learning the...

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