Working Scientifically Skills – I can make predictions and hypotheses (part 2 of 5)

This course is part of the Key Training series
Thursday 28th November 2019
4.15pm – 5.45pm
Venue: PDC, Room 101

The training will address the following:

  • How to teach the skills of predicting and hypothesising
  • How to use language structures and prior knowledge to build these skills effectively
  • How to predict in different ways including in line graphs or record in written forms
  • Understanding how scientific ideas change over time and how to use this idea with pupils
  • Ways of learning about scientists and the working scientifically skills they used/use in their work

The benefits of attending this training are:

  • A deeper understanding of these working scientifically skills
  • Knowledge of purposeful activities which allow pupils to effectively learn these skills
  • A better understanding of how to incorporate ideas from real science and scientists
  • Knowledge of resources which support this learning

This course is suitable for:

  • Science leads (in particular new leads), any teacher in KS1 or 2
  • The course operates as a stand-alone for focussing on these key skills or as a part of the series of 5

You will be provided with:

  • An electronic copy of the training materials
  • Any relevant supporting materials

Cost of course:

£60.00 (THEP Schools) per delegate (NB: Discount for buying all 5 parts of the course)

£110.00 (Non-THEP Schools) per delegate


To reserve a place please book online using the ‘Services for Schools’ website

Course organised by Julia Weston