Pearson Edexcel International GCSE/Advanced Level Physics: Bridging the gap

Pearson Edexcel International GCSE/Advanced Level Physics: Bridging the gap

Course provided by Pearson

Summary overview

  • Online scheduled

  • 2 hours study time

  • Teacher training and education

  • £25.00

  • 4th October 08:00-10:00 BST

  • Secondary

About this course

04 October 2021 at 08:00 - 10:00 BSTPlease note: This is a repeat of the training that took place in 2020.This online training is designed for teachers who are delivering the International Advanced level Physics specification. This training will give you an opportunity to learn and discuss effective teaching and learning strategies to help your students’ bridge the gap between International GCSE Physics or International GCSE Science and Advanced level.During the training, delegates will: - Discuss the differences between International GCSE and Advanced level study, including level of difficulty, accessibility, learning styles and methods of assessment.- Be introduced to a range of activities to both enthuse and enable students who have just completed International GCSE assessments to make and sustain the necessary step up to the level of understanding and methods of working, including independent learning, required to succeed at International A level.- Discuss and look at ways to address some of the common pitfalls experienced by students in taking this challenging step.The content of this training is based on the reformed specification for first teaching from September 2018.Please note: a recording of the training will be available to attendees only.This training can count as 2 hours of CPD.

Learning outcomes

  1. Discuss the differences between International GCSE and Advanced level study, including level of difficulty, accessibility, learning styles and methods of assessment.
  2. Be introduced to a range of activities to both enthuse and enable students who have just completed International GCSE assessments to make and sustain the necessary step up to the level of understanding and methods of working, including independent learning, required to succeed at International A level.
  3. Discuss and look at ways to address some of the common pitfalls experienced by students in taking this challenging step.