Our Secondary Science Education teacher training programme is designed for those who want to teach pupils aged 11-18.
It is a full time one year postgraduate course and includes study around teaching methods, school-based work and whole-school issues in a variety of settings. The Secondary Science teacher training course will focus largely on the teaching of general science in the 11-16 age range with additional experience in a science specialism in the post-16 teaching. It will develop skills and abilities in understanding the complexities which surround the teaching and learning of science; the subject knowledge and the pedagogy.
We hope to develop you as a reflective teacher who considers carefully the choices in how to teach Science and makes informed decisions about how you work best with students.[/vc_column_text]
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