Improving Secondary Science – Twilight Training Programme
16:00–18:00 on 4 April 2019
Evidence-informed science teaching is not about fitting more into a tight timetable: it’s about using limited time and resources as smartly as possible, by focusing on what is most likely to have a positive impact. Many of the suggestions in the EEF guidance report on this topic will be familiar to you from your own experience and practice.
In these two twilights we will use the research evidence to show how some of the things you already do can be as effective as possible, as well as some ideas which may be new to your practice.
Dates: 4th April and 23rd May 2019 (4.00pm -6.00pm)
Venue: The Research Centre, Durrington High School, The Boulevard, Worthing, West Sussex BN13 1JX
Led by Shaun Allison (Director of Research School, Head of School Improvement, DMAT) and Steph Temple (Assistant Headteacher and Director of Science)
Target audience: Secondary Curriculum Leaders & classroom teachers
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For further details please contact Helen Fraser on firstname.lastname@example.orgPosted on 11 December 2018
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