Education Events

Understanding Physics in a Day – Intensive Course or Revision Session
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Physics is probably the most badly taught and misunderstood subject of all.  It is usually delivered by non-specialists who lack the deep conceptual knowledge needed to create clarity in the minds of learners. Many students are taught simply how to solve problems mathematically if their numeracy skills are good enough. This leads to the appearance...
Monitoring Teaching and Learning without Grading Lessons
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18th July 2018
Halesowen
This course will enable delegates to be able to devise a non-grading system of professional development in their school. It is aimed at looking to transform the culture of your school and create an open, reflective developmental culture of support and collaboration.
Physics for Non-Specialists Workshop – Leysin American School Switzerland
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A two-day Revolution Education (RevEd) workshop leading you through the fundamental concepts of physics and how to teach them in an engaging and effective way. This is suitable for middle and secondary school teachers as well as interested primary school teachers with a responsibility for science. There is strong evidence that subject-specific CPD is particularly advantageous...
Latin America Hub School Conferences 2018/19
RevEdCPD in partnership with Latin American Teachers are planning a 4 day Mexico conference in October 2018 and further conferences throughout Latin America later in the year.. The dates, venue and programmes are still to be finalised but are likely to be based on the following themes: Teacher Improvement: Research has shown that the single...
Social Media Strategies for Schools
Expired
27th April 2018
Harness the power of social media - showing your school at its best online is becoming increasingly important, and sets the tone for the relationships within your community. Relevant to all types of schools, this one-day course is aimed at school leaders, business managers and ICT managers who already have some involvement with or are responsible for their organisation’s social media posts.