I’d like to acknowledge Ben Arscott’s (2018) article in Impact, as the inspiration for the structure of this blog post, which is part of the Curriculum In Science symposium. Part one of the series is by Adam Boxer. Part two is by Ruth Walker: language of curriculum Part three is by Gethyn Jones: designing curriculum […]Read More Designing a new SKE curriculum
Retention of early-career teachers is a big issue for the education system in the UK. There is evidence that early-career science teachers are particularly vulnerable (Allen & Sims 2017). A number of factors affect teacher retention across all subjects but it is less clear why early-career science teachers are more at risk than teachers of […]Read More Do we know anything about the impact of subject knowledge on retention of early-career science teachers?
Developing the new @SotonEd Subject Knowledge Enhancement course has led to a renewed collation of teaching resources. The Energy unit is a distance-learning component, so trainee teachers will access these resources, with a little bit of written introduction and some instructions. They will then use the resources and complete tasks before receiving online feedback from […]Read More Energy Teaching Resources for SKE