This DfE-funded programme will allow you to develop your teaching practices to enhance engagement, reduce misconceptions and ultimately increase attainment within Physics.
The programme is funded by the DfE and is delivered in partnership with Physics Partners.
This programme will support you to develop key Teaching & Learning Strategies which can be shared across your department. It may also support you to lead on Physics in your school.
During the programme you will explore:
Development of key pedagogical skills focusing on engagement, practical ideas and differentiation.
The 2020/21 Programme will be delivered through:
All sessions during 2020/21 will be delivered online:
Required Practicals: the importance of practical work – Andrea Mapplebeck
Tuesday 6 October, 4.00-5.30pm
Electricity and magnetism: effective modelling – Paul Davies
Wednesday 18 November, 4.00-5.30pm
Energy in the new curriculum: effective differentiation – Dan Hannard
Thursday 28 January, 4.00-5.30pm
Forces and motion: using formulae – Paul Davies
Wednesday 10 March, 4.00-6.00pm
Radioactivity: using demonstrations effectively – Andrea Mapplebeck
Tuesday 27 April, 4.00-6.00pm
Bespoke session (group requests): teaching ‘difficult’ topics – Matt Cannon
Thursday 24 June, 4.00-6.00pm
Applications for this year’s programme have closed but if you’d like to hear more about the programme or express an interest for any future cohorts please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
“We are delighted to be working closely with Physics Partners to design and deliver a programme which will support the development of Physics teaching across our partnership. It’s a great opportunity for teachers to work together, share good practice and work alongside excellent practitioners in order to improve engagement and outcomes for young people.”
“Fantastic session, great delivery, loads of ideas for use in lessons. Was sorry when it finished!”
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