Research has shown that working in groups improves the quality of childrens conceptual grasp and decision making ability. Both of these are an important part of science, yet it is common to see group work in science simply as a way to cope with limited resources. Teachers need to make sure they are using every opportunity to improve the learning in their setting, and group work is fantastic way to do it!
In this course we examine some of the common mistakes encountered when employing group work during a science lesson and how these can be avoided. By the end of the sessions staff should be confident to use working in groups to its best advantage.
Covered in this importance of Group Work in Science course is:
- Understand the benefits of using group work in science lessons
- Avoid some of the common pitfalls of using group work
- Planning to include group work for learning
- Managing resources within group work
This course is suitable for all primary teachers who are looking to improve the group work in their lessons. It will also help support staff be aware of how they can be useful during group work situations.
Course Cost: £50 per person
Course Length: 2 hours
To book this training course please call us on 01527 452430.
Course locations: our training centre is based in Studley, Warwickshire, close to the M42 with easy access across the West Midlands. We regularly deliver our courses in schools across Birmingham, Coventry, Rugby, Evesham, Redditch and with others from as far afield as Oxford, Northampton and Milton Keynes.
Discounts are available for group bookings
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