Event Information

25 November 2020
5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
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Session Objectives

This online CPD session is part of the IOP’s DOMAINS programme and is aimed at teachers of key stage three. This is a great opportunity to network with others in Yorkshire and the North East who are currently teaching key stage three physics.

The focus of this session will be ways of teaching energy, including reflecting on the new IOP DOMAINS energy videos available here.  We would encourage you to watch some of these videos before the session.

These sessions will guide you through the current thinking about how we use the concept of energy, and ways to apply this in your own teaching. Whatever your level of understanding of the “stores” approach, the sessions will help you in the classroom application of the approach.

Please feel free share any questions you have during the session, or email the coach prior to the session starting, contact details can be found below.

Who is this event suitable for?

This event is for all teachers of physics and will cover key areas within the secondary physics curriculum and is based on the new IOP DOMAINS energy videos. Experienced IOP coaches will host the session and will be there to expand on the content, answer your questions and provide support.

Regional events

This is a regional event. We welcome colleagues from other regions, but priority will be given to colleagues from this region.

Bookings and waiting lists

Joining instructions will be emailed to those registered for this event prior to the session. Bookings will remain open until 12 noon on the day of the CPD session, so please be sure to book by this time. Last minute bookings may be granted after this time by directly emailing the session coach, contact details can be found below.

The videos supporting this session are available as part of the IOP DOMAINS CPD Programme at https://spark.iop.org/energy-cpd-videos.

 



Address

  • YANE (Yorkshire and North East)
  • Online Event, accessed via provided meeting link,
  • United Kingdom

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