Be Inspired to Teach Electricity and Robotics
Come along to a short talk delivered by inspirational researchers at UWE Bristol – highlighting the importance and use of electricity and robotics. This will be followed by some practical advice from primary school teacher, Charlotte Thomas, on how to teach this tricky topic in the classroom.
When: 6th November, 17:30 – 18:30
Where: The Engine Shed, Bristol (map link)
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This talk is the first in a new primary science CPD series – Curiosity Boosters.
Curiosity Connections Primary Science Knowledge Boosters
In this new talk series, inspirational speakers will connect the big ideas of science with our region’s local history and culture. It’s an opportunity for primary school teachers to get a lively insight into the what, why and how of those tricky curriculum topics. With culturally relevant links to the city and a teacher’s top tips for the classroom, these talks are designed to help deliver the broad and balanced curriculum required by Ofsted.
But it’s not just for teachers – these engaging talks are for all of the curious minds in our creative and ingenious city.
The event is a part of Bristol Technology Festival and hosted by The Engine Shed.