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A-level Physics Stretch and Challenge A2
Suitable for: All teachers of the A-level Physics specification.
Focus: In these live online events, our trainer will identify the characteristics of high performance at A2 and share teaching strategies that really make a difference in the classroom. The course will focus on the following topics:more info >
|Online||10 Jun 2014||Book|
A-level Physics: Integrating practical skills ISA/EMPA
Suitable for: Teachers new to the AQA Physics Specification and less experienced teachers wanting to further embed ISA/EMPA practical skills into their teaching
Focus: Cover the practical requirements of Units 3 and 6 of the specification, and the marking processes. Get hands-on experience of the practical techniques in the ISA/EMPA practical work.more info >
GCSE Physics Getting Started
Suitable for: Teachers new to the AQA specification or NQTs.
Focus: This course will provide an introduction to the specification, practical teaching strategies and the opportunity to share ideas with other teachers. These two hour live online events are designed to help those teaching AQA GCSE Physics.more info >
|Online||24 Jun 2014||Book|
KS4 Physics: Gum, pH and your universe
Suitable for: All secondary school science teachers. PGCE/GTP Trainee and NQT teachers. Teachers wishing to maximise fieldwork opportunities both inside and outside their classroom.
Focus: This innovative course looks at changing the way you use your surroundings to maximise learning. You will explore how to adapt traditional science methods to suit your school environment and consider how to bring expensive field trips into your classroom.more info >
KS4 Physics: Physics for the unenthused
Suitable for: Non-specialist secondary school physics teachers. PGCE/GTP Trainee and NQT teachers. Teachers of less-motivated students
Focus: This practical physics course will arm you with a range of finance-friendly investigations designed to encourage and motivate your students. You will explore creative activities to maximise student progress and make physics fun.more info >