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KS3 Physics for non-specialistsNWX223A19

Start Date30 Jun 2020
Duration5 Hours
VenueRemote delivered CPD
BursaryTier 1 - £0.00
FOR TEACHERS IN WALES ONLY: This five hour web based course (over 4 days) is aimed at non-specialist teachers of physics at Key Stage 3.It will be facilitated as four separate webinars, with each  helping you develop your physics understanding, as well as providing you with teaching ideas to use in lessons....

Teaching practical science: physicsNE706C19

Start Date13 Jul 2020
Duration3 Weeks
VenueOnline Course
Online course. It is essential that students studying physics are given the opportunity to practice and embed understanding of practical skills in preparation for the assessment of their learning. This free online course allows you to discuss the relationship between theoretical concepts and practical work,...

Strengthening practical work in physicsRE201C01

Start Date17 Feb 2021
Duration1 Day
FeesFrom £100.00 + 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-specialistsRP208

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...

New to A level physics NY252

Are you teaching A level physics for the first time, and wish to improve your subject knowledge? Do you wish to strengthen your delivery and confidence, to provide a stimulating and challenging experience for your students?   As well as developing subject knowledge we will see how you can integrate inspiring and...

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...

Inspiring A level physicsNY502

Physics is a constantly shifting and developing area of science, and one that has an impact on a vast selection of our lives. With regular changes at A level we have been able to work alongside research scientists, teachers and examiners to practise new activities, approaches and experiments which will help you inform...

Developing your subject knowledge to teach A level physicsNY292

Are you teaching or about to teach post-16 physics? Finding some topics tricky to get your head around? Increase your confidence in your own subject knowledge, by reviewing common misconceptions and studying difficult physical concepts whist being supported by experienced subject experts. This is a residential...

Physics teachers' summer schoolNS209

This 2019 Summer School aims to offer opportunities that will support the delivery of National 4/5, Higher and Advanced Higher Physics.  In laboratory sessions, participants will have hands-on experience of new practical work both at SSERC and at Edinburgh University. The IoP Stirling Conference forms the...

Mathematics for physics teachers up to A LevelNY294

There is an increased mathematical demand in in both the GCSE and A level physics specifications. This course is ideal for teachers of physics who wish to improve their understanding of the mathematics required to be successful in physics at GCSE and A level. The course explores teaching strategies for a wide range...