The National Space Academy's intensive CPD events are delivered at the National Space Centre in Leicester, the Harwell Campus in Oxfordshire, and schools across the country by a network of outstanding Lead Educators, sharing a large range of inspiring, curriculum-focused hands-on activities, teaching ideas, and access to electronic resources that can be immediately implemented in the classroom.
Bespoke CPD Sessions
If your school, academy, or trust has specific training requirements the National Space Academy is able to tailor CPD support to suit you. Bespoke sessions can be delivered on-site at the institutions which request them, or at one of our partner sites. For further details please contact us.
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Open University, Milton Keynes, 9.00am - 3.30pm
The Open University and the Science Technology Facilities Council (STFC) have called upon the expertise of the National Space Academy to share the science of the Rosetta mission with teachers across the UK.
Series of six twilight sessions, 4.00pm - 6.30pm
This series of six twilight sessions has been designed in response to teachers who wish to explore even more 'space related' strategies for teaching GCSE Physics. Each session will focus on different areas of the Physics currciulum. Teachers can attend either single days as standalone CPD sessions or attend all six as part of a complementary CPD suite for a thorough immersion into Space Physics in the classroom.
Wednesday, 26th November 2014
Harwell, Oxfordshire 9.00am - 3.30pm
This session will enable teachers of physics to explore ideas for teaching topics across the physics curriculum and develop an understanding of how practical work can be made more relevant and effective using the inspirational context of 'space'. Hands-on opportunities will explore interesting and creative approaches to new and familiar practical techniques using a range of resources, publications and ICT applications.
To find out more about our CPD sessions and teacher conferences, please contact us.