Overview of our Physics CPD course
Course leader Adam Little, who has worked as a Professional Development Leader at the National STEM Learning Centre in York, teaches the techniques and methods behind educating the new science curriculum.
Science teachers will be given the skills to help build on what children observe in the natural world, helping foster the skills and mind-sets behind scientific learning. Teachers will help not only develop their students' skills and understanding, but develop minds that look for learning and inquire scientifically in their day to day life.
Working with school teachers, and using real classroom footage, Adam Little explores practical ways to teach the Physics national curriculum in the classroom.
Why choose our CPD course for your teachers?
Our physics teaching training CPD course will help upskill your teachers in the classroom, without removing them from their current teaching commitments or position. It is designed to not only help your teachers enhance themselves, but to give them the tools to help foster independent scientific enquiry amongst their students. It will assist in dealing with misconceptions about the discipline, as well as common mistakes made imparting knowledge to students, and help give you science teaching staff who are better able and prepared to teach the new science curriculum in Physics.
Who should enrol on this CPD course?
This continuing professional development course has been designed primarily for secondary Physics teachers early in their career, or non-subject specialists who want to improve their subject knowledge.
It may also be beneficial to teachers with an interest in science or in teaching Physics at secondary level.
This CPD course will provide your teachers with ideas and examples to help improve their performance when teaching science. It offers opportunities for reflection and to look at their work in a different light. We hope that your teachers will gain inspiration, not just from the course tutor, Adam Little, but from the active contributions and suggestion from the other teachers' on the course.
Upon completion of the Science CPD course in Physics teachers should understand:
• The purposes and aims of the new Physics GCSE
• What it means to foster scientific creativity and independent inquiry in their students
• How to promote a student mindset where science and scientific attitutes are looked upon positively
• How to connect science and learning both inside and outside the classroom and push students onto scientific career paths
• How to create lessons that place Physics at the center of learning
The Physics CPD course is delivered entirely through online means, which allows for your teaching staff to participate in this teacher training whilst remaining in their current roles, and without upsetting their ordinary work schedule.
This CPD teacher training course has been broken up into eight units, each covering a different portion of the KS4 Physics curriculum. Each unit contains two separate videos, the first of which will cover the course tutor (Adam Little) explaining practical techniques, activities and demonstrations that can be used by your teachers in the classroom. The second video will look at classroom practice via interviews with students and teachers, while being specifically relevant to the theme at hand.
On completion of this teacher training continuing professional development course a certificate of achievement will be presented to all teachers.
How can schools buy this course for their teachers?
Our Teaching the new science curriculum: Physics continuing professional development course is live and your teacher can start at any time.
You can purchase single or multiple Physics CPD courses for your teaching staff for just £50 (+VAT) per person per course by clicking BUY NOW and submitting the order form. Schools purchasing five or more courses in a single transaction will receive a 15% discount.
On submitting your order we will issue you with an invoice and course voucher codes which your teachers use to access the course. To activate the course your teachers must enter the voucher code on the course payment page.