ASE workshop - Critical use of evidence in science and geography classrooms - free CPD

09 March 2019
09:00 - 16:00
Association for Science Education
College Lane , Hatfield AL10 9AA , United Kingdom

An invitation to science and geography CPD leaders and providers.
Join us for a 'train the trainer' CPD event on Saturday 9 March.

Event Type: 
Workshop
11-19 Teachers
Primary
SLT
National

Background to this project

The Geographical Association (GA) is working in partnership with ASE to provide free CPD for primary and secondary teachers to develop the critical use of evidence in geography and science classrooms. This free CPD is designed to:

* strengthen teachers’ subject knowledge and build confidence and capability in curriculum planning and teaching

* help teachers teach reformed geography and science qualifications and curricula effectively, focusing on knowledge application, the critical use of data and evidence, construction of arguments and geographical and scientific investigation

* make more efficient use of teacher planning time through the provision of practical planning tools and quality-assured curriculum plans and resources.

ASE is inviting expressions of interest from primary and secondary CPD leaders or providers to attend a 'train the trainer' course on Saturday 9 March so that you will be fully equipped to provide the CPD to a network of eligible schools (see below for details on eligibility).

The CPD will be available to those working in an Ofsted-rated grade 3 or grade 4 school situated either within one of the DfE’s 12 opportunity areas or within one of its category 5 and 6 local authority districts.

To express your interest in taking part in this free 'train the trainer' CPD offer please complete the following questions. This survey should take no longer than 5 minutes and your information will remain confidential.

This project is funded by the DfE’s Teaching and Leadership Innovation Fund (TLIF).

Venue Location

Association for Science 
College Lane, 
Hatfield.
AL10 9AA

This event is supported by