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Thursday, January 7 • 16:30 - 17:30
Always arguing: cross curricular collaboration to develop higher order thinking skills in science and RE

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This workshop presents case studies from the Oxford Argumentation in Religion and Science research project which aims to develop students’ argumentation skills through collaboration between science and RE teachers. It will offer teachers’ perspectives and resources from the collaboration to illustrate the possibilities and challenges for developing students’ argumentation skills.

Speakers
avatar for Ann Childs

Ann Childs

Associate Professor in Science Education, Oxford University Department of Education
After obtaining a degree and PhD in chemistry at the University of Birmingham, Ann Childs taught science in secondary schools in the UK and West Africa for eleven years, seven of these as a head of chemistry and head of science.Since 1995 she has been involved in science teacher education... Read More →
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Judith Hillier

Associate Professor of Science Education, University of Oxford
Judith Hillier has been at the University of Oxford Department of Education since 2007, where she leads the science PGCE programme, teaches on the Masters in Learning and Teaching and the Masters in Teacher Education, and also runs the Teaching Physics in Schools option for 2nd year... Read More →
avatar for Liam Guilfoyle

Liam Guilfoyle

Research Officer, Oxford University Department of Education
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Nigel Fancourt

Associate Professor in Learning, Teaching and Values, University of Oxford Department of Education


Thursday January 7, 2021 16:30 - 17:30 GMT
Room 5