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Physics for non-specialistsNY201A20

Start Date19 Oct 2020
VenueYork
FeesFrom £1,600.00 . Fees can vary, see page for more details
BursaryTier 1 - £850.00
Are you teaching KS3 or KS4 Physics for the first time?  Would you like to understand the misconceptions students have, and how best to address them? This course has been designed to focus on the key principals needed to teach physics effectively through the use of stimulating practical activities and...

Tools for engagement with remote learningNR205A20

Start Date02 Nov 2020
Duration2 Hours
VenueRemote delivered CPD
FeesFrom £150.00 . Fees can vary, see page for more details
The emergence of teaching science remotely has opened up a new style and pedagogy of teaching. Explore some of the tools that are available to teachers of science and highlight strategies of how these can be used to drive the engagement of student learning.This course consists of two facilitator led sessions with a...

Maths for A level physicsNY294A20

Start Date16 Nov 2020
Duration2 Days
VenueYork
FeesFrom £640.00 . Fees can vary, see page for more details
BursaryTier 1 - £340.00
 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 for students to be successful in A-level physics.The course explores teaching strategies for a wide...

Technicians supporting: 11-19 physicsNY606A20

Start Date23 Nov 2020
Duration3 Days
VenueYork
FeesFrom £960.00 + VAT. Fees can vary, see page for more details
BursaryTier 1 - £510.00
“If it moves, it’s biology. If it smells, it’s chemistry. If it doesn’t work, it’s physics”. This is the old saying that’s mentioned when physics practicals go wrong. This course will dismiss this myth with exciting, engaging, simple physics practicals that always work! On the course participants will explore cost...

Physics for non-specialistsNY201B20

Start Date10 May 2021
VenueYork
FeesFrom £1,600.00 + VAT. Fees can vary, see page for more details
BursaryTier 1 - £850.00
Are you teaching KS3 or KS4 Physics for the first time?  Would you like to understand the misconceptions students have, and how best to address them? This course has been designed to focus on the key principals needed to teach physics effectively through the use of stimulating practical activities and...

Maths for A level physicsNY294B20

Start Date16 Jun 2021
Duration2 Days
VenueYork
FeesFrom £640.00 . Fees can vary, see page for more details
BursaryTier 1 - £340.00
 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 for students to be successful in A-level physics.The course explores teaching strategies for a wide...

Preparing to teach physics NY265

Have you just completed your teacher training or are you an NQT or in the early years of your teaching career? Are you a non-specialist teaching science for the first time?This course introduces some of the misconceptions which students may bring into your classroom and will use current research to provide you with...

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 into...

Active learning approaches in physics key stage 3 and key stage 4RP281

The course will enable you to create active learning approaches to the most challenging content of the key stage 3 and key stage 4 physics courses. We will clarify physics concepts, explore misconceptions and develop techniques that engage and inspire your students in lessons and beyond.The course will be delivered by...

Teacher second specialism training (TSST): PhysicsRP299

As increasing number of non-physics specialists are teaching physics to KS3 and GCSE, it is important that teachers doing so feel confident in their own understanding of the subject. This course is intended for non-specialist teachers to improve subject knowledge and develope an understanding of effective pedagogical...

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