Today's Technology in the Primary Science Classroom

Technology doesn't need to be scary. This course highlights how technology can enhance your science lessons and develop your children's 'working scientifically' skills

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Jun 28, 2018
from 09:30 AM to 04:15 PM


Education CPD+, Leicester

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Technology Enhanced Learning
Utilising technology helps children access science in the classroom, and allows them to apply it to the world in which they live.  Using data loggers, digital microscopes, iPads and various apps, you will be introduced to methods that develop creativity and excitement in your science lessons. 

There will also be cross-curricular links to maths, english and computing explored during the session.

As a result of this course you will be able to:

  • Use technologies such as ipads, data logging equipment and digital microscopes to develop your children’s ‘Working Scientifically’ skills;
  • Understand how apps can be used to enthuse your children and help them make connections between science and their lives;
  • Create exciting and relevant science lessons using alternative technologies with cross curricular links; and
  • Share alternative recording methods with your children so they can show what they have learnt and the progress they have made.

To book onto this Session: call 0116 252 3771 or email or use our Online booking Form

Audience: Primary Teachers - all stages
Date: Thursday 28 June 2018
Time: 9.30am - 4.15pm
Cost: £130
Tutor: Hester Binge

All times and details of a session are given as a guide only. Education CPD+ reserves the right to amend these details where circumstances dictate.

Contact Us

Education CPD+
School of Education
University of Leicester
21 University Road

Tel: 0116 252 3771
Fax: 0116 252 5772

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