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Thursday, January 7 • 11:30 - 12:30
What's BEST for 11-16 science teaching?

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Introducing Best Evidence Science Teaching (BEST) for 11-16. FREE diagnostic questions and activities to uncover and challenge misunderstandings, with progression toolkits and subject maps to develop understanding. Developed from research evidence by UYSEG and the Salters' Institute. Explore how BEST could help you with the EEF’s Improving Secondary Science recommendations.

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Peter Fairhurst

Curriculum Specialist in Science Education, University of York
I am the lead physicist for a large, research-informed curriculum development project called Best Evidence Science Teaching (BEST); and a researcher in science education.Previously, I taught Science and Physics for 28 years in a wide variety of secondary schools in Barnsley, Guyana... Read More →
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Judith Bennett

Salters' Professor, University of York
I am the Salters’ Professor of Science Education and leader of the University of York Science Education Group (UYSEG). UYSEG has an international reputation for its research and research-informed curriculum development work, and is the home of national courses including Salters... Read More →
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Alistair Moore

Curriculum Specialist in Science Education, University of York
My research interests include school science curriculum development, effective formative and summative assessment, scientific literacy, student engagement with science, and teaching of difficult ideas in biology. I have extensive experience in the development of school science curricula... Read More →

Thursday January 7, 2021 11:30 - 12:30 GMT
Room 5
  11-19, Curriculum and Progression