Keep your primary school students inspired by science whilst learning at home
Primary school science teaching often involves sparking students’ imagination through practical activities.
As schools close due to the coronavirus pandemic, primary science teachers must learn innovative new ways of teaching young students science using online and offline learning.
On this course, you’ll consider the new learning environment of your pupils, the role of parents in your teaching, and discover new science activities your pupils can do from home.
You’ll explore a variety of asynchronous teaching and learning tools, and have the chance to collaborate and discuss these new challenges with other teachers.
What topics will you cover?
- Setting expectations for time management and learning routines.
- The roles of teachers and parents in remote learning.
- Planning science learning activities for primary pupils at home.
- Engaging and motivating primary pupils in remote learning.
- Activities to support scientific enquiry at the primary level.
When would you like to start?
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Who is the course for?
This course is designed for primary teachers of pupils aged 5-11 years, who are supporting parents and pupils with learning from home due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Science and STEM subject leaders and heads of primary schools may also find this course useful for devising their approach to home teaching.
Who will you learn with?
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