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Help for non-physics specialists teaching physics

Discussion in 'Science' started by gonebyxmas, Feb 9, 2011.

  1. Hi,
    </font><font face="Calibri">I am studying for a masters and I would really appreciate it if you and your Science Department could complete my questionnaire. There are 10 questions (max) asking about what help is available to non-specialist physics teachers who teach physics at any secondary key stage. </font>
    There are 3 different types of questionnaire depending on your role:
    [/b] someone who can give an overview of the dept &ndash; how many teachers etc - would really appreciate if people could do this on behalf of a HoD)

    Non-Physics Specialists who teach Physics at Key Stage(s) 3/4/5

    Non-Physics Specialist PGCE/GTP students who are currently working within the department http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/PGVHCR9 Thank you very much for your time in completing the questionnaire. All replies will be kept confidential and no school names will be used in the report.
    Chris Cannon
    FInham Park School, Coventry

  2. They get the science techs to tell them what to expect and to do any practicals. Tthe rest is just read from the text book

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