|Start Date||27 Apr 3917|
This is a local network meeting facilitated by local teachers to share good practice.
To learn how to stretch and challenge all pupils within all science lessons
An introduction to the key chemical ideas needed to understand energy changes. Participants will explore common misconceptions associated with this topic and review a range of strategies for dealing with these misconceptions. Opportunities will also be given to try out a range of relevant and engaging experiments...
Morning Session: Developing expertise in teaching rates of reaction
This session focusses on developing an understanding of kinetic theory and rates through experimental work, with practical investigations forming the essential core of the face to face workshop.
Afternoon session: Equilibria
An opportunity for...
This course will increase your awareness of some of the research about what makes questioning effective. Participants will reflect on their own practice and consider how they can use questioning more effectively in science to support progress of students.
Engaging with the new Primary Science Curriculum.
This Primary Conference intends to provide primary science subject leaders with a practical ‘hands- on’ introduction to the new primary science curriculum, to be implemented by schools from September 2014.
The conference will provide delegates with the following...
A Free network for Teachers employed in Liverpool state funded schools or colleges, including maintained schools, academies and free schools.
This twilight session will inform governors, who are linked to science, about the new curriculum for secondary schools and how it is assessed.
Learn about a high impact strategy that has been successfully used in many settings, to scaffold fully differentiated learning outcomes, to accommodate the academic potential of all learners throughout your lessons.
This strategy not only develops literacy and written skills in pupils but also allows you to support...