Making Science Sizzle -
a Science Teacher's Guide to Outstanding Science Lessons
24th November 2017, London
A unique one-day conference for teachers of Science (Secondary/upper KS2 Primary)
This fast-paced, enjoyable and informative day will help you plan and deliver outstanding science lessons that engage and motivate all learners and put science at the heart of any school curriculum.
Expert advice across a range of topics including:
- Creating outstanding learners in science
- The Importance of science experiments
- Developing wonder in your work
- Writing in science
- Unlocking the cross-curricular potential of science
- Practical approaches, strategies and resources to improve your teaching
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All bookings will be taken through Teachology. Please call 020 7732 2650 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org or click on the link above.
For John it’s quite simple – if your science lessons aren’t the most absorbing, engaging, gross, fascinating, smelly, exciting, practical, electrifying, challenging and explosive lessons that your children experience then you’re doing something dreadfully wrong!
To say that Tait Coles is a teacher is like calling The Clash a pop group. A better description is that Tait, a teacher of science, a Vice Principal in an inner-city academy and the man behind Punk Learning, is an impassioned educator on a mission to make learning real, relevant and right for young people from all sorts of backgrounds.
Catrin Green has always loved science and loved sharing that passion. She has been a head of science and now, as a deputy head, works in a school where the science department is at the forefront of teaching and learning. She is a Teach First Ambassador and runs science CPD as part of an academy chain.
Dave is Business Director of Independent Thinking and a well-known speaker and author in leadership education. What is less well known is the fact that he was also a science teacher for over 20 years and has a passion for the subject and the potential it offers to a forward-looking school.
Dr Matthew McFall
Many schools pay lip service to the idea that curiosity, wonder and magic can improve motivation for learning. Dr Matthew McFall is proof - living and academic proof - that such approaches really do work.Probably the world’s only school-based ‘Agent of Wonder’, Matthew’s research is all about strategies and structures that generate wonder and curiosity and their effect on engagement and learning.