'TEACHING SCIENCE IN PRIMARY SCHOOLS' Twilight Workshops


TEACHING SCIENCE IN PRIMARY SCHOOLS

Teaching K-6 Science is easy using everyday resources

 

Introducing a new series of afternoon workshops for Primary K-6 teachers, addressing the Science and Technology K-6 Syllabus. Everyone welcome!
 

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Did you know that a rocket launches when the force of thrust pushing it upwards is greater than the force of gravity pulling it towards the centre of the Earth?
 
There's a number of forces on teachers in primary school too (not just gravity). This event will show you how the science syllabus can make it easier to harness those forces for the benefit of your students and make your classroom a more productive space.   Be a force for quality science inquiry in your classroom!

This program aims to support teachers with the science they need to know & how those concepts build over time. It allows them to realise what can be left out. Easy to do science experiments for each of the strands will provide teachers with ideas on how to use everyday materials & objects to do science in a classroom.

This program is  for both experienced and less-experienced primary (science) teachers alike. The program will offer interactive seminars and hands on workshops from experienced, practising STANSW members who have run previous professional learning workshops for K-6 colleagues. Join with like-minded Primary teachers for up to three twilight sessions of discussion, networking and sharing.


 

2019  workshop dates and agenda  
 

Session 1 –  to be advised : Variable Testing in the Primary Classroom - Ben Newsome & Stephanie Ruiz, Fizzics Education
 
Session 2 –  Mon 9 Sept : Experiments for Living Things – Sally Biskupic, ACU & Margaret Shepherd, SCS
 
Session 3 –  Thurs 26 Sept : Unpacking the Digital Technologies Syllabus - Nicola O'Brien, Australian                              Computing Academy 
 
Session 4 –  Tues 19 Nov : Experiments for Physical World - electricity and energy – Helen Georgiou, UOW
 
Session 5 –  Tues 26 Nov : Experiments for Earth - day/ night and landforms as well as Material World –                        Helen Georgiou, UOW

 


Time: 4:00pm meet and greet.  4:30pm - 6:30pm session accredited hours

Venue: STANSW Office, Auburn NSW


Participants will need to bring laptops.


Cost:

$85 per person per session

$325 per person when booking all 5 workshops 

Discounted fee for teachers that attended the 2019 BeInspirational K-12 Conference in March.  Please contact us to claim your discounted booking fee. 


Includes afternoon tea and refreshments.

 




Completing the Teaching Science in Primary K-6 workshops will contribute (2 hours per day or up to 10 hours) of NESA Registered PD addressing standards 6.2.2, 6.42, and 7.4.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.



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