Using Digital Pedagogy Effectively in the Science Classroom

Teaching Standards 2.1.2, 2.2.2, 3.2.2, 3.5.2

Audience:  This course is designed for Science teachers years 7-12. Whether you are a novice or experienced there is something for you in this course.

There are so many digital tools that you could easily incorporate into your teaching this year. Which are the most effective? Which will your students find useful?
This course will explore some excellent tools for teaching and learning scientific concepts. It will also cover some tools that are valuable for collaboration, communication, creativity and engagement.
If you are looking to effectively incorporate digital technology into your classroom you will find value in this course.

This course is 10 PD hours Accreditation

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James Jenkins
James Jenkins

About the instructor

James is an experienced teacher of Chemistry and Biology and is currently the Head of Middle School Science at Canterbury College, South of Brisbane. James has a Masters degree in Science Education and has taught science in the state and independent sectors in Australia and overseas. His areas of interest include student motivation and engagement and the incorporation of technology into science teaching. James is passionate about incorporating technology in ways that enhance teaching and learning. In addition to his teaching, James has worked on a variety of projects designed to boost student achievement and improve scientific literacy. He is currently writing innovative units of work to fit with the Australian Science Curriculum.

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