Working Scientifically & Technologically
CrookED Science has just been endorsed via STANSW to deliver BOSTES accredited professional development courses. As such, we will be running Working Scientifically & Technologically: Primary science experiments in a primary school setting for the NSW Science & Technology K–6 Syllabus on Friday 2nd October at St Ambrose Primary School, Concord West.
This course is aimed at helping primary school teachers with Working Scientifically and Technologically. Participants will be learning, performing and assessing a variety of achievable and innovative K-6 science experiments in a primary school setting. We will be examining various methods of science pedagogy to facilitate student acquisition of experimental skills. We will also be exploring the nature of the NSW Science & Technology K–6 Syllabus, scientific literacy, resources and risk assessment. In addition, Working Technologically and the Technology substrands will be unpacked by looking at the variety of opportunities for cross-curricular integration in concert with Science.
Completing the course will contribute 5 hours of QTC Registered PD
addressing 1.1.2; 3.3.2; 6.2.2; and 7.2.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.
: CrookED Science - Working Scientifically & Technologically: Primary science experiments in a primary school setting for the NSW Science & Technology K–6 Syllabus
Places are limited!
Please register at http://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/working-scientifically-technologically-tickets-17903103665
. Again, please forward these details on to any interested parties.