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Continuing your professional development

Thank you for joining us on this course. We hope you have found it interesting and it has given you information and ideas that will help you in your own teaching practice. We also hope you have enjoyed working with other learners, sharing knowledge and opinions.

Taking your learning further

Watch the video below to learn about the STEM Learning Impact Journey: our approach to supporting your continuing professional development as a teacher, teaching assistant or technician.

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Differentiation for Learning

When it comes to teaching in the classroom one size does not fit all. Our Differentiation for Learning course will help you improve your teaching by developing how you provide differentiated learning opportunities for all your students. It is designed as companion to this course.

Online CPD from the National STEM Learning Centre

We have a number of other courses for teachers, technicians and volunteers in STEM education available on FutureLearn. Our online CPD is supported by educational experts and professional development leaders, enabling you to adopt a reflective approach to your learning. Our aim is to enable you to make a positive impact with the young people you teach, learning flexibly around your work. Find out more about Online CPD from the National STEM Learning Centre.

National STEM Learning Centre

The National STEM Learning Centre is the largest UK provider of subject-specific Continuing Professional Development (CPD) for teachers and technicians working with pupils aged 5 to 19.

Browse the National STEM Learning Centre’s CPD catalogue to find courses and events that may be of interest to you.

It would be great to meet you on our high impact residential CPD which can further transform your practice.

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