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Thursday, January 4 • 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Comprehending Texts & Acquiring Language in Science W24

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Reading is key skill for independent learning in STEM subjects. This session demonstrates effective cooperative teaching strategies to boost students' ability to read and learn from scientific texts and acquire and apply subject-specific vocabulary.

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Ben Rogers CSciTeach

Director of Curriculum & Pedagogy, Paradigm Trust
Please talk to me about pedagogy, cognitive science and curriculum. I've taught primary and secondary science. I also like boardgames. Author of 'Big Ideas in Physics and How to Teach Them'
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Naomi Hennah

Teacher, Chemistry Education Research Group
The awardees of the inaugural Education Research Fellowship (ERF) scheme present their research:Robert Campbell: Evaluate “flipped learning” approaches to GCSE practical work.Joanna Haywood: Evaluation of the use of British Sign Language to support the learning of Chemistry.Susan... Read More →
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Jakob Werdelin

CEO, Werdelin Education
Ms Naomi Hennah (@MrsHennah) and I are presenting our workshop on reading and oracy in science. If you want to effectively combine the acquisition and application of subject-specific vocabulary with enquiry and higher level thinking - not to mention the complex communication and collaboration... Read More →

Thursday January 4, 2018 2:00pm - 3:30pm GMT
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