The discovery of an earth like planet named LHS 1140b, the invention of the artificial skin for robots and the explorers who discovered the world's longest underwater cave rich with diversity; these are all examples of how studying the great scientists, inventors, and explorers is a fantastic way to teach children about key scientific discoveries as well as inspiring them to ‘work scientifically’. This course will look at how you can use these scientists, explorers, and inventors to teach the science curriculum. We will also identify fun resources and tools that will help you bring these people and their discoveries to life, making it enjoyable and relevant for children.
Target Audience: Primary Science Subject Leaders Primary Class Teachers NQTs HLTAs Course Provider: Hester Binge – Education Guru Refreshments: Please note that refreshments and lunch will be provided at this course Bespoke Training Option This course can be offered as a bespoke training event for a single school/cluster. Please contact the School Development Team who will be able to make the arrangements for you. Tel: 01228 221312/221316 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- To be able to create stimulating lessons about scientists, inventors, and explorers that develop enquiry and scientific understanding
- To be able to use resources and activities that enhance your science teaching
- To discover innovative ways to develop cross-curricular links to increase learning and show progression