Secondary Science – three day training
08:45 on 30 January 2019–15:15 on 12 June 2019
The EEF guidance reports contain clear and actionable advice for teachers on a range of high-priority issues, based on wide-ranging evidence reviews. Teachers and researchers work together to turn important messages from research into applicable, useable strategies.
The Science Guidance report is due out in September this year. Our Network Research lead, Dr Niki Kaiser, has been working with the expert panel to guide the research priorities. Niki is a Science teacher with over 11 years teaching experience and 7 years in Science Research before this, and has worked with the EEF team to produce a report that will help Science teachers implement effective approaches within the classroom.
Niki is an elected member of the Royal Society of Chemistry Education Division Council, serves on the committee formed by the Wellcome Trust, Gatsby Charitable Foundation and Royal Society to review proposals for research supporting good practical science. An experienced speaker, Niki has presented at a range of events, including the RSC Secondary and Further Education Conference; RSC Teacher Celebration Event; ASE Conference (on behalf of the Gatsby Foundation); and ResearchEd National Conference. She also chaired a recent Royal Society of Chemistry webinar on Cognitive Science research in Chemistry.
In this three day training course, Niki will investigate the evidence, and give classroom teachers and leaders a range of evidence-based ideas that they can use to enhance their practice, and strategies to implement meaningful change. Day one will be introduced with a keynote from James de Winter, Associate Lecturer in Science Education at the University of Cambridge.
Book your place here.Posted on 24 July 2018
Posted in: Events, Training/CPD