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Research School Network: An Evidence Informed Approach to Improving Teaching in Science What does the research evidence say about effective science teaching?

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An Evidence Informed Approach to Improving Teaching in Science

What does the research evidence say about effective science teaching?

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£ 95 - 1 day session

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4 March, 2021 | 15:30 - 17:30

29 April, 2021 | 15:30 - 17:30

17 June, 2021 | 15:30 - 17:30

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Seven key recommendations will be explored:
1. Preconceptions: Build on the ideas that pupils bring to lessons.
2. Self-Regulation: Help pupils direct their own learning.
3. Memory: Support pupils to retain and retrieve knowledge.
4. Modelling: Use models to support understanding.
5. Practical Work: Use practical work purposefully and as part of a learning sequence
6. Language of Science: Develop scientific vocabulary and support pupils to read and write about science.
7. Feedback: Use structured feedback to move on pupils’ thinking.

Target audience: Secondary science teachers, who are interested in adopting an evidence-informed approach to their teaching. It would also be relevant to Heads of Science who are interested in developing the teaching of their team.

Led by: Adam Robbins, ELE, Durrington Research School

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