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  • Physics Teacher Network

    The Institute of Physics runs subject-based workshops across the UK and Ireland. The workshops are free and can be set up by request.

    • Subject

      Physics
    • Type

      CPD face-to-face
    • Age

      Any
    • Career

      Any
    • Offer

      Support
  • Learn Chemistry Partnership teacher events

    Organised by Royal Society of Chemistry Education Coordinators, these events give a variety of opportunities for professional development. Become more informed about careers in chemistry by visiting a local industry, be guided through teaching resources in a twilight session, or network with other local chemistry teachers at a university research showcase.

    • Subject

      Chemistry
    • Type

      CPD face-to-face
    • Age

      11-14, 14-16, 16-19
    • Career

      NQT, Teacher, HOD
    • Offer

      Support
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  • Practical work summer school

    Starting your first job in teaching science is very exciting but can also be a bit daunting. It can be a challenge to deliver safe but interesting practical work. It can also be challenging to teach outside your specialism, especially when it comes to effective practical work.

    This hands-on course is aimed at teachers who have completed their training, or those who may be moving from a different subject area into science. It will support you in planning, carrying out and evaluating effective science across key stage 3 and 4. You will also develop key areas of pedagogy that hands-on science can provide for learners.

    In preparation for your new role you will be offered support in planning practical work using schemes of work and reference to information supplied from your new school post. The course will help to build strong foundations in practical work and enable you to settle into the new role within this exciting profession.

    • Subject

      General science
    • Type

      CPD face-to-face
    • Age

      11-14, 14-16, 16-19
    • Career

      Teacher
    • Offer

      Support
  • Outstanding schemes of work

    Learn to identify essential features in a scheme of work and evaluate a range of examples of good practice in teaching and learning, then apply these strategies in different scientific contexts at 11 - 14 and 14 - 16.

    • Subject

      General science
    • Type

      CPD face-to-face
    • Age

      Any
    • Career

      Any
    • Offer

      Support
  • Established heads of science: strategic leadership of your team

    Develop your skills to strategically lead and manage your science department, develop your team into a high performing team through audits and action planning and make teaching and learning in science more engaging and inspiring for students and colleagues.

    • Subject

      General science
    • Type

      CPD face-to-face
    • Age

      Any
    • Career

      HOD
    • Offer

      Support
  • ASE Annual Conference 2018 - University of Liverpool

    Wednesday 3rd to Saturday 6th January 2018

    Whether you teach primary, secondary or in FE, lead a department or are just starting on your training, the ASE Annual Conference is an invaluable opportunity to discover resources, enhance your subject knowledge and share approaches to teaching.

    The conference has been invaluable CPD, so many options to choose from and inspirational speakers with practical ideas to share! I loved the pop up primary and met so many Science enthusiasts! Can't wait to come again next year - ASE Annual Conference 2017 Delegate

    What's on at ASE Annual Conference 2018?

    The Annual Conference is the ASE's flagship event and brings together fantastic speakers offering CPD and hands-on workshops for science educators. It's held every January at a university in the UK. Both members and non members are welcome at our events. Download ASE 2017 Conference Handbook (PDF 9MB) to get an idea of the professional development and networking opportunities on offer.

    • Subject

      General science
    • Type

      CPD face-to-face
    • Age

      Any
    • Career

      Any
    • Offer

      Support
  • Teacher subject specialism training

    Subject specialism training in secondary physics for non-specialist and returning teachers.

    • Subject

      Physics
    • Type

      CPD face-to-face
    • Age

      Any
    • Career

      Any
    • Offer

      Support
  • Stimulating Physics Network

    A support network for teachers and pupils of physics. Our Teaching and Learning Coaches (TLCs) support Partner Schools and physics teachers in the early stages of their careers. Partner Schools benefit from needs analysis, CPD for teachers, and pupil activities. Early-career physics teachers receive light-touch mentoring.

    • Subject

      Physics
    • Type

      CPD face-to-face
    • Age

      Any
    • Career

      Any
    • Offer

      Support
  • Chemistry for non-specialists

    Providing teachers with the confidence, flair and enthusiasm to teach chemistry at all levels.

    • Subject

      Chemistry
    • Type

      CPD face-to-face
    • Age

      Any
    • Career

      Any
    • Offer

      Support
  • Physics for non-specialists

    Designed to focus on the key principals needed to teach physics effectively through the use of stimulating practical activities and demonstrations.

    • Subject

      Physics
    • Type

      CPD face-to-face
    • Age

      Any
    • Career

      Any
    • Offer

      Support