On the 11th of July, 2020, Seneca (@senecalearn) is hosting our first virtual conference, focused on Sciences!
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The schedule for the day is:
9:00 Dr Niki Kaiser (@chemDrK): Three Ms: Misconceptions, Metacognition and Motivation
9:40 Short talks by
Nimish Lad (@nlad84): Using models to aid scientific explanations
Charlie Richards (@mxcharlier): Narrative structures to aid memory
Brett Kingsbury (@brett_kingsbury): Engelmann & faultless communication in Science
10:05 Amanda Fleck (@AJTF71): Reading in science - providing opportunities and breaking down barriers
10:40 Short talks by
Louise Lewis (@MissLLewis): Self-regulation & independent learners in science
David Gash (@DJGteaching): Sequencing to support schema building
Keiran O'Callaghan (@mrkocallaghan): How booklets revolutionised our Science Curriculum
11:05 Short talks by
Jed Marshall (@MarshallPhysics): Scale of the Solar System: How to wipe Uranus
Fabio di Salvo (@Fabphysics): Questions to ask yourself before doing a practical
11:15 Pritesh Raichura (@Mr_Raichura): Planning & delivering an explanation through explicit instruction
Important information for Sciences teachers:
To check out our Distance Learning resources for Sciences teachers and students, click here.
In addition to virtual conferences and TeachMeets, we also have a series of free cpd courses on our website, including one written by keynote speaker Amanda Fleck!
Don't forget to tag us (@senecalearn) and our speakers on Twitter, during and after the conference, using #senecacpd