Teaching and Learning in Geoscience Education
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Summer School training to teach Geology
- Do you have a degree containing geology?
- Are you a teacher or training to become one?
- Would you like to teach geology in your school or college?
If so, apply for the ‘Teaching and Learning in Geoscience Education’ module at Keele University. Dates for the next event are to be confirmed.
The Summer School for the Teaching and Learning in Geoscience Education module:
- is an intensive course preparing trained teachers (usually of science or geography) to teach Geology at A- and GCSE level and to contribute to the Higher in Environmental Studies in Scotland;
- is designed for participants to build on their experience and teaching skills by developing their subject knowledge and related pedagogical understanding in geology/earth science whilst reflecting on and improving their practice;
- is run by Professor Chris King and supported by lecturers in geology education;
- is accredited by Keele University and is worth 15 credits that can be passed at postgraduate or professional level;
- carries an Earth Science Education Unit Professional Development Certificate;
- is supported by industrial bursaries, so is free of charge to those UK/EU citizens that meet the competitive bursary criteria;
- costs £1,800 for those UK/EU citizens for whom a bursary is not available;
- is supported by the UK Onshore Geophysical Library (UKOGL), the Warwickshire Geological Conservation Group (WGCG) and the Petroleum Exploration Society (PESGB).
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