Upgrade your secondary science lessons, boost your knowledge of space physics, and help students build key career skills.
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Broaden your science teaching skill set with the Royal Observatory Greenwich.
Our world is increasingly driven by science and technology and, as a result, STEM is becoming a growing area of focus in education.
On this course, you’ll learn how to impart key physics, space science, and astronomy knowledge while teaching transferable skills that will support your students in their schooling and career to come.
Explore how young people perceive science – and what this means for STEM teaching
Science is a compulsory subject at school, but how does this impact how students view science?
This course will help you, as an educator, understand how students see science and how that affects their engagement in the subject.
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Using space physics and astronomy for context, you’ll have the chance to improve your science subject knowledge and start teaching in a way that helps your students foster a lifelong interest in science.
Support your students in science lessons to prepare for their future
Secondary school is when students begin to seriously consider future career paths.
In finding new ways to investigate outstanding questions, secondary science covers vital areas like maths, literacy, and creativity. It also provides a platform for young people to build critical thinking and analytical skills.
As well as helping pupils build key STEM knowledge, you’ll learn how to support students to develop a range of skills that will stand them in good stead for future job opportunities.
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Learn with astronomers at the Royal Observatory Greenwich (ROG)
This course is led by ROG astronomers who offer expert scientific knowledge in physics and astronomy.
In a typical year, they teach over 40,000 learners onsite at the Royal Observatory Greenwich through workshops and planetarium shows and also engage students through observatory outreach at schools and festivals.
Who is the course for?
This course is designed for any secondary (11-16) science teachers looking for new ideas or alternative methods to teach space science and astronomy.
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Although secondary science teachers in the UK are required to have a background in science, space science and astronomy falls under physics, and not all teachers may be familiar with it while being expected to teach it in school.
If you’re currently teaching science to young people at home as a parent or guardian, this course will improve your understanding of secondary space science and astronomy so you can support young people at home.
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