Course summary: teaching primary physics
- developed your subject knowledge about electricity, conductors and insulators
- considered how you could use sorting, quizzes and ‘What’s going on?’ activities to elicit children’s misconceptions
- discussed the use of drama and dataloggers.
How to approach the self-audit
- There are no right or wrong answers.
- Answer honestly about where you are now, not where you want to be.
- Your answers will help you to identify what areas of practice you need to focus on the most as you progress through the course.
- Save a copy of your responses.
In the next step we ask you to share your outstanding questions from your reflection grid, before setting your action plan in the final step of this course. Your self-audits, reflection grids and action plan are excellent ways to evidence your time on this course for your own records or to discuss with your department.
Task: complete the self-audit
- Access the self-audit task and complete it.
- At the end of the survey, click My responses.
- Click Download as PDF.
- Save the PDF where you will be able to retrieve it to review again.After completing your self-audit, if you would like to share your overall reflection on your professional development with other learners, please feel free to add this in comments below.
Teaching Primary Science: Physics
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