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Product analysis: impacts on people and the environment

This resource from Practical Action includes a presentation and worksheets which give Key Stage Three and Four students opportunities to understand more about the impact of existing and new products on people and the environment. The presentation is packed with useful activities to reinforce students' learning. The...
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A team game for mimicking bitcoin mining and blockchain environment

Bitcoin (₿) is cryptocurrency, a form of electronic cash. The aim of this group task is to model the process of bitcoin mining and to explain the blockchain environment. The class divides into groups, each member taking a specific role in the bitcoin process: 'puzzle maker', 'mathematical verifier', 'miner' and '...
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Lab design: planning science spacesNY211

Well-planned, imaginative and practical science spaces in schools and colleges can create outstanding learning environments for both students and teachers. This course can help heads of science, advisors, technicians and architects to create the best possible long lasting teaching and learning accommodation within...

Coastal and Rivers Management and GIS ApplicationsNN207

This new course in the 'cutting edge' science series, will examine current research at the School of Environmental Sciences, University of Ulster to bring teachers' knowledge up to date in relation to Fluvial and Coastal Environments, including river management strategies and coastal processes and the application of...

Developing expertise in pedagogical approaches to chemistry (pre-16)RP250

This one day course focuses on developing understanding of how students learn. Trainee teachers are introduced to active learning and teaching strategies, and consider the progression of key ideas in chemistry. They also get the chance to practise some classic chemistry experiments.

Python camp for secondary computing to GCSE levelCY212

Python is the most popular text based programming language used in secondary schools, and is accepted by all exam boards for assessed tasks. This intensive camp will provide you with the knowledge and confidence to teach Python. Experienced teachers will help you tackle GCSE programming tasks, enabling you to...

Going further in A level biologyRP509

Teachers who are confident in their subject knowledge can explore the wider implications and applications of biology. We will identify tools that will broaden and deepen your repertoire of practical activities and teaching approaches to create a positive learning environment.

Going further in A level biologyRD509I02

Start Date13 Jun 2019
Duration1 Day
VenueMitcheldean
FeesFrom £165.00 + VAT. Fees can vary, see page for more details
Teachers who are confident in their subject knowledge can explore the wider implications and applications of biology. We will identify tools that will broaden and deepen your repertoire of practical activities and teaching approaches to create a positive learning environment.

Astro Academy: Principia - circular motion

This collection of videos show ESA Astronaut, Tim Peake, on the International Space Station, demonstrating circular motion.  In this free-fall environment, Tim can demonstrate how objects move in a circular path without the observed effects of gravitational acceleration with similar experiments performed in the...
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Astro Academy: Principia - collisions

This collection of videos show ESA Astronaut, Tim Peake, on the International Space Station, demonstrating the physics of collisions.  In this free-fall environment, Tim can demonstrate how objects collide without the observed effects of gravitational acceleration with similar experiments performed in the...
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