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Chemistry for non-specialists (1RP)NY322A20

Start Date21 Jun 2021
Duration4 Days
VenueYork
FeesFrom £1,280.00 + VAT. Fees can vary, see page for more details
BursaryTier 1 - £680.00
This course is designed to provide teachers with the confidence, flair and enthusiasm to teach chemistry at Key Stages 3 and 4. It is specifically aimed at those who are not chemistry specialists. The course covers a wide range of topics in theoretical and practical chemistry, as well as supporting teachers in...

A level practical endorsement: chemistryNY247

Are you prepared for the changes in practical assessment within A level chemistry?  Would you like opportunities to support and develop good practical work in chemistry?You will have the opportunity to experience and develop chemistry activities to meet the new assessment regimes, working alongside examiners...

Leading subject knowledge in the new primary curriculum: material worldNY018

Primary teachers need a sound basic knowledge in all curriculum subjects; science is probably the most challenging for many. This practical based course will provide access to the science that explains the way that materials behave and change under different conditions in an accessible teacher friendly format. You...

RSC train the trainersNT200

Train the trainers course- invite only- for producing RSC courses.This is a residential course, fees include meals and accommodation for the duration of the course. Course fees vary for participants outside the UK. Please contact mailto:enquiries@STEM.org.uk for more information.

Technicians supporting A level chemistryNY618

 It can often be difficult finding suitable practical work for A level chemistry that is engaging and effective. This course has been designed to bring together a range of engaging chemistry practicals to match the A level specifications, for technicians to review and take back to their institutions.The course...

Triple Science: chemistryRP779

This course is intended for teachers that have experience of teaching chemistry at 14 - 16 and would benefit from support in effective teaching and learning of the triple science extension modules. A range of modules from across the awarding bodies will be considered, and you should be familiar with the content of...

Strengthening practical work in chemistryRP202

Research evidence indicates that practical learning improves student motivation, attainment and overall school performance. Through hands-on activities you will undertake new and established strategies and practical techniques to make students' learning more effective.

CLEAPSS Reduced and micro-scale chemistryRP626

A One-day course for teachers and technicians. Practical procedures for pupils using conventional equipment are often time-consuming and left out of teaching, consequently lowering pupil expectations of secondary school science. Small-scale chemistry is quick, saves on chemicals and offers variety in presentation. The...

Meeting the demands of chemistry in the new A level specificationsRP514

This one day course will show how specific activities can be used to get across key concepts; use maths skills and develop practical skills in chemistry.It will focus on independent guidance covering the requirements of all the major exam board specifications.

Unpicking the examiner’s report - A level chemistryNY273

 The first run of the new A level exams will highlight areas where students are struggling. An in depth analysis of the examiners' subject reports is crucial to support development of your teaching and learning approaches in chemistry A level.Hands-on sessions with examination experts will enable you to delve...

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