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Course Information

Mode of Study
Short Course

Location
Northumbria University, Think Lab

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Duration
2 hours

Sector
Engineering and Manufacturing

Fee
Cost: £100 (plus VAT) per attendee. Sessions are available free of charge for our partner schools

Do you find teaching the Working Scientifically strand of the national curriculum challenging? Would you like to learn tools and techniques to help your pupils work scientifically and help you to create exciting and engaging lessons to cover every topic within the new curriculum? This course will examine what is meant by working scientifically and help you understand how you can embed this concept within your teaching. You will have the opportunity to learn strategies for generating new and innovative experiments and gain practical ideas to use in the classroom. 

Classroom Teachers and Science Leaders

Cost: £100 (plus VAT) per attendee.

Sessions are available free of charge for our partner schools

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