Secondary science networks for teachers and technicians. The following meetings provide opportunities to network and learn with colleagues in the same role in other schools. The sessions are aimed at subject leaders and other key school staff. Each session is professionally facilitated by STEM consultants.
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The triple science network meetings are ideal opportunities to share practice around the delivery of your triple science curriculum. Triple science network meetings will run with specific themes. All will start with an overview of the latest research and evidence to inform and underpin discussions within the group. Teachers should be able to leave the meetings with ideas, tools and strategies that they can use within their own contexts to improve curriculum provision and to improve outcomes studying a triple science pathway.
ECS network. These guided network meetings complement the ELC framework programme by providing science specific CPD for teachers in their first years of teaching. The networks will be led by an experienced consultant who has a long history of teaching science and working with ECS teachers. The content of the network will be decided in consultation with attendees but possible topics include behaviour management, SEND, tricky topics, practical work and managing workload.
This is a chance for collaboration with your peers so you can share information and develop as a leader. Expert consultants will help you identify priority issues in teaching and learning and professional development for your teams. You will be able to develop solutions, drawing on the expertise within the group. This strengthening of informal school-to-school support will create an effective network of information, advice and guidance.
SEND network. A chance to network with other teachers and share ideas of how to meet the diverse needs of learners with SEND and additional learning needs within science lessons. The network will be led by experienced SEND teacher Rob Butler who taught science to special needs learners for over 20 years. Rob has also written materials for Oxford University Press and is a regular contributor for Education in Science and Education in Chemistry publications.
Derbyshire & Nottinghamshire Science Learning Partnership (SLP), trading as Developing Teachers of Science Association (DTSA) covers the entire geographical area including Derby and Nottingham for STEM Learning UK. Our aim is to allow all staff to support students to ensure they are the best that they can be. We are proud to have provided teachers, technicians and other educators with high impact, subject-specific professional development in science and the STEM subjects of science, technology, engineering and mathematics.