Teacher Subject Specialism Training in Physics Cohort 1
Churchill community College
|1||Tuesday 18th December 2018||9am-4pm||Introduction and Forces 1|
|2||Tuesday 29th January 2019||1.30-5.30pm||Forces 2|
|3||Tuesday 26th February 2019||1.30-5.30pm||Energy|
|4||Tuesday 12th March 2019||1.30-5.30pm||Electricity|
|5||Tuesday 2nd April 2019||1.30-5.30pm||Radioactivity|
|6||Tuesday 7th May 2019||1.30-5.30pm||Waves|
|7||Tuesday 4th June 2019||1.30-4.30pm||Space & Astronomy|
|8||Tuesday 18th June 2019||9am-4pm||Review & Report back|
As increasing number of non-physics specialists are teaching physics to KS3 and GCSE, it is important that teachers doing so feel confident in their own understanding of the subject. This course is intended for non-specialist teachers to improve subject knowledge and develope an understanding of effective pedagogical approaches. By considering all of the key concepts in the physics curriculum in some depth and considering how to use practical work effectively, this develops confidence in participants to use these approaches with their classes.
Who is the course for?
Non-specialists teaching physics for pupils aged 11-16 and those who support colleagues returning to the profession.
You will be able to: