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Inspiring A level physicsNY502A20

Start Date04 Mar 2021
Duration5 Days
VenueYork
FeesFrom £1,280.00 + VAT. Fees can vary, see page for more details
BursaryTier 1 - £680.00
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...

Teaching Key Stage 3 physics for non-scientistsNY304A20

Start Date15 Mar 2021
Duration2 Days
VenueYork
FeesFrom £640.00 + VAT. Fees can vary, see page for more details
BursaryTier 1 - £340.00
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...

Practical ideas for teaching physics: year 1 to year 6NY063A20

Start Date22 Mar 2021
Duration2 Days
Venue
FeesFrom £640.00 + VAT. Fees can vary, see page for more details
BursaryTier 1 - £340.00
This course will develop your own subject knowledge within the primary physics curriculum, and ensure you are able to support your pupils in developing their subject knowledge through practical exploration. We will explore practical activities that support National Curriculum learning objectives in both physics...

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...

Mathematics for physics teachersNY294B20

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 to be successful in physics at GCSE and A level.The course explores teaching strategies for a wide range of...

Teaching primary science: physicsNE007

To teach primary science effectively teachers must have sound subject knowledge, however, many primary teachers are not science subject experts. This course will examine key subject knowledge within the physics elements of the primary science curriculum, demonstrate common misconceptions children may have and show how...

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...

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...

Teaching the new science curriculum: physicsNE703

Buy Now via https://www.tes.com/institute/physics-cpd-courseAdam Little is a Professional Development Leader for Physics at the National STEM Learning Centre, and leads this course on teaching physics at Key Stage 4 for non-specialists and early career teachers. He covers the main areas of physics such as energy and...

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...

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