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Teaching practical science: physicsNE706C19

Start Date13 Jul 2020
Duration3 Weeks
VenueOnline Course
FeesFree
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,...

Physics for non-specialistsNY201A20

Start Date19 Oct 2020
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...

Mathematics for physics teachers up to A LevelNY294A20

Start Date16 Nov 2020
Duration2 Days
VenueYork
FeesFrom £640.00 + VAT. 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 to be successful in physics at GCSE and A level.The course explores teaching strategies for a wide range of...

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...

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.

Teaching Key Stage 3 physics for non-scientistsNY304

Are you teaching Key Stage 3 science for the first time? Develop your pedagogical and subject knowledge with a focus on the key principles needed to teach science effectively though the use of stimulating practical activities and demonstrations. We will explore and refine the understanding of key topics...

Teaching key stage 4 physicsNY307

Are you:having to teach key stage 4 physics for the first time?wanting to feel confident in teaching physics to students of all abilities?This course will help you get the most out of your students by giving you the ability to teach key stage 4 physics with confidence.  We will look at how to address...

Technicians supporting physicsNY606

“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...

Teaching practical science: physicsNE706

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,...

Unpicking the examiners' report: GCSE physicsNY283

The first run of the new GCSE exams will highlight areas where students are struggling. An in-depth analysis of the examiners' subject report is crucial to developing your teaching and learning approaches in physics at GCSE.Hands-on sessions with examination experts will enable you to dive into the specifics of these...

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