ASE London Region Workshop: Early career teachers - Planning for progression (F)
A workshop on progression planning for Student/Pre-Service Teachers and Early Career teachers
As a Student Teacher/Pre-Service Teachers or Early Career Teacher, knowing where to start planning for a topic can sometimes be challenging. Do you prioritise securing your subject knowledge? Do you plan for a practical task? Should you become familiar with the scientific misconceptions associated with each topic and then plan to address these; where do you start?
In this workshop, you will have the opportunity to attend TWO out of the three sessions available. Within each session there will be a science technician, a primary specialist and a secondary specialist teacher to discuss these ideas and challenges with you as you start to plan for pupil learning within these topics. Whilst we accept that there are a lot of other topics to teach apart from these three, we hope that the approach taken here might help you form an approach to planning.
The draft outline of the session might look like this tbc:
16.35 Planning for misconceptions as an NQT
16.40 Where do misconceptions come from and can they be corrected? Why do misconceptions persist?
16.50 First workshop
17.15 Second workshop
Topics for the three workshop are:
Plants/photosynthesis; materials; forces and motion