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Course_thumb Planning to teach the new GCSE in D&T  Course
The Design and Technology Association

The new single title D&T GCSE developed for first teaching in September certainly provides the opportunity for being a significant milestone in the history of the subject. Following on and building on the intentions of the National Curriculum design and technology programmes of study, this revised qualification moves the subject further toward the original and subsequent definitions of the subject. The new GCSE is... (read more)

£250.00 + VAT non-members
£195.00 + VAT members
(Duration: 1 day)

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Course_thumb A level Changing Places: theory and practice Course
Geographical Association

The new geography A level includes place as a new substantive theme and requires a much more explicit use of qualitative and quantitative data, especially in the Independent Investigation. This course will provide you with new approaches to teaching about Changing Places within the context of the new A level specifications. It will explore how you can support students to investigate place and develop qualitative... (read more)

£303.00 (no VAT on this item) Non-members
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(Duration: One day event)

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Course_thumb Making a global curriculum: introducing technology to explore our global village Course
Geographical Association

This hands-on taster session is brought to you by the Global Learning Programme (GLP) to introduce global learning and the positive impact it can have on pupils' engagement, knowledge, skills and values. It will focus on how you can use a range of freely available web tools to develop pupils’ understanding of some key concepts in global learning, connect with places, events (and... (read more)

Free (Duration: One day event)

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Course_thumb Managing the new A level independent investigation (NEA) - Birmingham/Manchester Course
Geographical Association

This course will enable teachers to plan for the new independent investigation (or Non- Examined Assessment – NEA), which is a requirement common to all four English geography A level specifications. It will consider the principles underpinning the NEA and what these might mean for post-16 fieldwork. In particular you will explore planning for skills and progression from GCSE,... (read more)

£195.00 (no VAT on this item) Members
£303.00 (no VAT on this item) Non-members
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Course_thumb New GCSE Geography essentials - London Course
Geographical Association

This course explores those aspects of the new GCSE specifications which teachers have told us they are finding difficult to teach. Covering core aspects common to all specifications it considers innovative teaching ideas and the importance of embedding skills throughout the curriculum.

£323.00 (no VAT on this item) Non-members
£215.00 (no VAT on this item) Members
(Duration: One day event)

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Course_thumb New GCSE Geography essentials - Manchester Course
Geographical Association

This course explores those aspects of the new GCSE specifications which teachers have told us they are finding difficult to teach. Covering core aspects common to all specifications it considers innovative teaching ideas and the importance of embedding skills throughout the curriculum.

£303.00 (no VAT on this item) Non-members
£195.00 (no VAT on this item) Members
(Duration: One day event)

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Course_thumb Electronics & Programmable Components in KS3 & GCSE - Birmingham Course
The Design and Technology Association

Expectation/content: A practical workshop providing a structured approach to working with programmable components as referred to in both the National Curriculum KS3 D&T programmes of study and the new D&T GSCE subject content. You will complete a typical design and make task, making use of electronics. This will then be re-engineered incorporating the use of programmable components enabling... (read more)

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£195.00 + VAT members
(Duration: 1 day)

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Course_thumb Electronics & Programmable Components in KS3 & GCSE - Nottingham Course
The Design and Technology Association

Expectation/content: A practical workshop providing a structured approach to working with programmable components as referred to in both the National Curriculum KS3 D&T programmes of study and the new D&T GSCE subject content. You will complete a typical design and make task, making use of electronics. This will then be re-engineered incorporating the use of programmable components enabling... (read more)

£250.00 + VAT non-members
£195.00 + VAT members
(Duration: 1 day)

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Course_thumb Relevant Textiles: Content for KS3 & GCSE D&T 2017 - Nottingham Course
The Design and Technology Association

Relevant Textiles: Content for KS3 & GCSE D&T 2017 Including a free resource pack for teachers to use back in school. Target Audience: This course is for Teachers wishing to modernise their textiles provision teachers with little or no experience of teaching textiles teachers from boys’ schools looking to implement textiles into their curriculum in a meaningful way ... (read more)

£250.00 + VAT non-members
£195.00 + VAT members
(Duration: 1 day)

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Thumb Self-Review Tool (Free school improvement / research engagement tool by NFER) Resource
NFER

To drive your CPD / School improvement plans with maximum impact, your school needs to be research engaged. This free online tool is the starting place for your journey, measuring your individual or full school research engagement levels. It will highlight ongoing progress, guide your next steps and pinpoint useful resources.

Free

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