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The science of learningNE709C18

Start Date05 Aug 2019
Duration5 Weeks
VenueOnline Course
FeesFree
Online course. Flexible participation. Guided by Professor Paul Howard-Jones (The Secret Life of Four and Five Year Olds) and Professor Tim Jay, develop an understanding of the science of learning and discuss its impact on your teaching. Draw upon educational neuroscience and psychology to help you interpret student...

Effective middle leadership of STEM curriculum areasRC347B02

Start Date02 Oct 2019
Duration1 Day
VenueCoventry
FeesFrom £99.00 . Fees can vary, see page for more details
Designed to support middle leaders in their management of STEM curriculum areas, this CPD will develop your understanding of key priorities in STEM subject areas to support the improvement of teaching within your school context. Led by experienced STEM experts, you will be supported to ensure that you have the tools...

Planning for learning: formative assessment in science and mathematicsNE710A19

Start Date07 Oct 2019
Duration5 Weeks
VenueOnline Course
FeesFree
Online course. Guided by experts in assessment for learning, on this course you’ll plan to identify your learners’ thinking, clarify learning goals, and fine tune your teaching, so you are better able to progress your students’ understanding, both in and between lessons. This online course is free for seven weeks...

Help! How do I lead primary STEM?NY061A19

Start Date06 Nov 2019
Duration3 Days
VenueYork
FeesFrom £960.00 + VAT. Fees can vary, see page for more details
BursaryENTHUSE Bursary - £810.00
This course has been specifically designed for teachers new to leading primary STEM. You will be able to explore the basics of creating a vision for STEM, audit current provision and develop strategies to raise the profile of STEM at a whole school level. You will receive guidance, advice and support to help you...

The science of learningNE709A19

Start Date13 Jan 2020
Duration5 Weeks
VenueOnline Course
FeesFree
Online course. Flexible participation. Guided by Professor Paul Howard-Jones (The Secret Life of Four and Five Year Olds) and Professor Tim Jay, develop an understanding of the science of learning and discuss its impact on your teaching. Draw upon educational neuroscience and psychology to help you interpret student...

Effective middle leadership of STEM curriculum areasRC347B03

Start Date22 Jan 2020
Duration1 Day
VenueCoventry
FeesFrom £99.00 . Fees can vary, see page for more details
Designed to support middle leaders in their management of STEM curriculum areas, this CPD will develop your understanding of key priorities in STEM subject areas to support the improvement of teaching within your school context. Led by experienced STEM experts, you will be supported to ensure that you have the tools...

Leading the new primary computing curriculumCY004

Are you leading Computing in your school and looking to develop your own knowledge and support your staff to deliver a high quality curriculum? "As an ICT leader new to the role, all of it was extremely useful" Past participant "The sessions provided a high quality set of resources and planning/assessment tools that...

STEM teacher lead trainingNY724

Supporting STEM specialists who work with teachers, subject leaders/coordinators and senior managers to provide training as part of the National STEM Learning Centre and Network. The two days of training will develop excellence in course leadership and introduce the impact and evaluation mechanisms that ensure a...

STEM Club conferenceNY625

Do you run, support or are thinking about STEM Clubs in your school? This conference could be just for you. STEM Clubs should be a vital part of the STEM activities in your school, allowing you to expand your expertise in STEM subjects whilst enthusing students with innovative ideas. This conference has been designed...

The science of learningNE709

Online course. Flexible participation. Guided by Professor Paul Howard-Jones (The Secret Life of Four and Five Year Olds) and Professor Tim Jay, develop an understanding of the science of learning and discuss its impact on your teaching. Draw upon educational neuroscience and psychology to help you interpret student...

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