Register now for this brand new Investigating Science course: Experiments and Background Theory for Stage 6 Investigating Science – NESA accredited.
- Lake Macquarie, Monday 26th February (Week 5)
- Western Sydney, Friday 9th March (Week 6)
- Illawara, TBC. Expression of interest.
This course is most appropriate for a region, cluster or community of schools. Please contact us if your organisation is interested in arranging or hosting.
Explore Investigating Science with a range of experiments and detailed content relating to syllabus outcomes within an interactive and ‘collective genius’ approach. Facilitator Matt Dodds will get you excited about teaching the highly practical, STEM based, Investigating Science syllabus with confidence.
Join Matt and become clear on the new Investigating Science Syllabus. Matt has put together an exciting program that will take participants through the first Scientific ‘Data Collectors’ such as Tycho Brache and Galileo Galilee to the subsequent ‘Data Miners’ such as Johannes Kepler and Florence Nightingale. We also explore the contribution of the Alchemists, as they focussed on experimentation and the fundamental nature of matter including Phlogiston and the Oxygen theory of Combustion.
CrookED Science, under the umbrella endorsement* of the accredited provider, Science Teachers’ Association of NSW (STANSW) and through The NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) of Institute Registered professional development, provides high quality PD for the maintenance of accreditation at Proficient Teacher level.
Scope of Endorsement*
All Standards of the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers at the level of Proficient Teacher
Completing Experiments and Background Theory for Stage 6 Investigating Science from CrookED Science on 11th December will contribute 5 hours of QTC Registered PD, addressing 1.2.2; 2.1.2; 3.4.2; and 6.4.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.
Professional development hours are accredited by Science Teachers’ Association of NSW Inc www.stansw.asn.au