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Physics for TechniciansRK208N04

Start Date14 May 2020
Duration5 Hours
VenueDerby
FeesFrom £100.00 + VAT. Fees can vary, see page for more details
If you have been asked to teach physics and it is outside your specialist area, this course is for you. It has been developed with the Institute of Physics and throughout the course we will develop your understanding of the principles of physics and the skills and strategies needed to teach the subject effectively...

Strengthening practical work in physics - Derbyshire DelegatesRK201N02

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.

Physics for non-specialistsRE208F04

Start Date28 Sep 2020
Duration1 Day
VenueRickmansworth
FeesFrom £150.00 + VAT. Fees can vary, see page for more details
If you have been asked to teach physics and it is outside your specialist area, this course is for you. It has been developed with the Institute of Physics and throughout the course we will develop your understanding of the principles of physics and the skills and strategies needed to teach the subject effectively...

A Level Physics for the Inexperienced Part 1RE208F03

Start Date16 Nov 2020
Duration1 Day
VenueRickmansworth
FeesFrom £150.00 + VAT. Fees can vary, see page for more details
If you have been asked to teach physics and it is outside your specialist area, this course is for you. It has been developed with the Institute of Physics and throughout the course we will develop your understanding of the principles of physics and the skills and strategies needed to teach the subject effectively...

Supporting physics teachers GCSE workshop - Ogden TrustRP329

This activity will allow you to practise some of the most challenging GCSE practicals from year 11 and year 10 in the new GCSE and find alternative ways of doing them. It will also enable you to embrace the challenges of the new GCSEs and network with other physics teachers to find solutions.