Start Date: 21st May 2020
Time: 16:00 - 16:00
Your Price: £0.00
This is a FREE COURSE which has been developed for The British Council as part of the Connecting Classrooms Global Learning programme and in partnership with Engineers Without Borders. It is an excellent opportunity for teachers to participate in high quality CPD activity working with D&T colleagues from other schools.
The course presents problem-solving challenges which can be used with your students to highlight how engineering can improve the quality of people’s lives. With an emphasis on using the correct materials and technologies to provide solutions to problems, this course is suitable for D&T teachers irrespective of their specialist areas of knowledge.
By participating in this course, you will:
Resources to support the course and subsequent delivery:
*These courses are free to state funded schools. Please contact us if you are an independent school and wish to take part.
Before attending the course, you will need to have identified a teaching group to work with between the date of the course and the subsequent on-line evaluation. Beyond this, there is flexibility with respect to the amount of time you allocate to teaching the project and the number of students you choose to involve in your school.
Spaces are limited. Booking your place is essential. If after booking a place you are unable to attend this course, please notify us one week prior to the course date or your school will be invoiced.
This is a free course, however, failure to attend both elements will result in you being invoiced for £100.
The date of your online network meeting will take place on Thursday 9th July 2020 and is expected to last no more than one hour. You will be sent joining instructions nearer the time.
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