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- Refreshed course to embed the new curriculum and GCSE subject content
- Practical and experiential based learning
- Planning for pupil safety during investigations
- Develop subject-specific digital technology skills including data logging
- Trainees have the opportunity to practice teaching Biology and Physics
PGCE - Secondary - Science: ChemistryMain Site
地點: Main Site
課程長度: 12 months
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PGCE - Secondary - Science: Chemistry - F2X1 Unique opportunities to learn how to teach Chemistry in a newly refreshed course. We place an emphasis on experiential learning, where trainees undertake a wide range of activities then get the opportunity to plan how to deliver these in the classroom. Ensuring each activity is directly transferable to secondary teaching helps trainees to develop their confidence in content delivery. The course is enhanced by continued support from the scientific professional bodies; Royal Society of Chemistry, the Institute of Physics and the Royal Society of Biology. Strong applicants are encouraged to apply for an RSC scholarship. Chemistry trainees also benefit from the University of Worcester being an RSC ‘Learn Chemistry Partnership Advocate.’ Key features
Please see the University website for up-to-date and more comprehensive entry requirements. Honours degree normally (2:2) of a United Kingdom higher education institution or equivalent qualification, in a science-related subject or (where the degree is not science-based) a top-up Science qualification. Applicants with a 3rd class degree will be considered on an individual basis. Grade C/4 at GCSE in English Language and Mathematics (or equivalent) passed at the time of entry. School experience is desirable, but not essential prior to an interview. At interview we will discuss relevant prior school experience or opportunities applicants have had to work with school aged children. It is at this point that we would discuss with a candidate whether additional school experience would support an individual in their decision that teaching is right for them
IELTS: 6.5 (with no less than 5.5 in component)
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For the students travelling from outside the UK, there are various resources on hand to help them adjust to their new surroundings. Before arrival, there are country specific information on the website to help with applications and visas and immigration issues. There is also a dedicated student support team for international students that includes everything from an immigration solicitor to a finance and welfare specialist. There are study skills on hand as well as language assistance for those wanting to learn or improve their English. The Students Union also operates an International Committee to look after the specialist interests of those from outside the country. The Student Union at the university is based in the St Johns campus and provides a range of services for members as well as representation and support. The union operates a bar, shop and eating places as well as providing academic and non-academic help and advice through the student advisors. There are a host of different societies and clubs to get involved with outside the classroom. These include from arts interests such as anime, screen production and film to interests including debate and the nature society. There are also cultural and religious groups such as the Student Christian Movement and the African Caribbean society. Sports teams and clubs take part in the BUCS league and range from traditional sports to fitness activities such as cricket, football and equestrian events.