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South London SLP Secondary CPD Course Brochure

by Paula Bull

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London Secondary Science Conference RE227 / D01
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Duration
Full day

Summary
Join the London SLP's for a packed day with top quality facilitators, a variety of workshops enabling delegates to tailor make their programme, time for networking and engaging with educational partners.

Network Partners
• UCL, IoE
• STEM Clubs with Ogden Trust
• BEST resources
• STEM Ambassadors
• PSQM
• PSST

Cost: Maintained School £100 | Non-Maintained School £200

Early Bird Offer
Book before the end of April and take advantage of our half price offer!
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Narrowing the gap : Supporting disadvantaged learners in science
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Duration
3 hours

Summary
This course brings together the findings from research on the barriers to the progress of disadvantaged learners and identifies the areas where are likely to have impact in the classroom. Strategies to support learners with aspects of literacy, scientific reasoning and metacognition are explored with participants also sharing their own good practice.

Outcomes
• increase familiarity with the research evidence linked with supporting disadvantaged learners
• develop strategies and resources to support disadvantaged learners in science 
• share good practice and identify actions to best support disadvantaged learners in your own setting

Cost: Maintained School £60 | Non-Maintained School £120
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Date: Friday 24 June
Time: 09:00 - 15:30
Venue: IoE 20 Bedford Way, WC1H 0AL

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Dates: Monday 13 June and Friday 17 June
Time: 15:30 - 16:30
Venue: Adobe Connect, virtual

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Supporting the memory: strategies and techniques to retain and retrieve knowledge in science
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Duration
8 hours

Summary
To progress to more complex understanding in science, it is essential that learners have the ability to retain and recall knowledge. Cognitive science research supports several key theories that can improve retention and recall of information including: cognitive load, spaced learning, retrieval practice and elaborative interrogation. Learn various techniques to allow you to apply these theories to your teaching and improve the knowledge and recall of your learners.

Outcomes
• explain how the working memory and long-term memory interact to process and store information;
• describe the cognitive science theories that underpin retention and recall of knowledge
• use strategies from cognitive science theories to help build deeper understanding and long-term recall

Cost: Maintained School £160 | Non-Maintained School £320
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Date: Monday 20 and 27 June, Friday 1 July
Time: 15:30 - 18:30
Venue: Virtual, Adobe Connect

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