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Saturday, January 12 • 4:10pm - 5:10pm
Planning for Great Enquiry-led Learning (33)

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How can teachers plan for learning rather than doing? This workshop will explore an approach to primary science lesson planning than embeds enquiry, challenge and assessment in every lesson, so that the focus is on the learning and not the activity. We will share lessons and pupil outcomes.

Speakers
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Bryony Turford

Primary Science Consultant, University of Manchester
As a freelance Primary Science Consultant working with children and teachers mainly in Yorkshire and the Humber I am delighted to be attending another annual ASE Futures Conference as a member of the ASE Futures committee. | | I am passionate about empowering teachers and children... Read More →
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Jane Turner

Director, Primary Science Quality Mark

Exhibitors
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Collins

Collins
Collins is a leading provider of Science resources for teachers and students, written by expert educators. Our aim is to support the education of students of all abilities through the use of high-quality, easy-to-use books and digital resources.


Saturday January 12, 2019 4:10pm - 5:10pm
Arts 219 (Lecture Room 5)