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Q&A with course educators

Every course from STEM Learning includes a Q&A with the course educators to look in more depth at any aspect of the course.
ADAM LITTLE: Hi, everyone, and thank you for attending Managing the practical classroom and engaging with the activities throughout. We’ve really enjoyed reading through the comments section of all the weekly tasks. We’ve had a number of questions regarding next steps and future courses, especially relating to technicians and COVID-related teaching practise. If you’d like to learn more, please have a look at these online courses– Managing behaviour for learning, and Planning for learning in STEM teaching.
TIM BRADBURY: For those of you asking for further support in remote delivery during this lockdown period, you should check out Planning and delivering a remote science lesson. For more online courses, please check out our online CPD offer on the STEM Learning website. If you are based in the UK, you should also take a look at our remote CPD course programme, which are face-to-face online courses, and the same as our face-to-face courses, are bursary-funded. We look forward to seeing you on further courses in the future.

All online CPD courses from STEM Learning provide an opportunity to ask the educators more detailed questions as part of the course Q&A session.

The course educators will record responses to your outstanding questions from your reflection grids and course discussions. If there are ideas from the course you wish to explore further or issues about your own teaching context, then the Q&A provides a final opportunity to explore these with expert insight.


The Q&A session was recorded and uploaded on 8 March 2021. Thank you for the questions you asked. Another Q&A opportunity will be available in the next run of this course.

  • 00:17 Next steps & future courses
  • 00:34 Support for remote delivery

If your access to this course expires before we are able to upload the video, you can access the video at a later date via the STEM Learning YouTube channel.

Please note: if you post a question here it may be featured in the video recording along with your first name. The recording will be publicly viewed via this step and may also be uploaded to the STEM Learning YouTube channel.

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