Applying Rosenshine’s principles of instruction in the chemistry classroom

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Wednesday 21 June, 3.45–4.45pm BST, online

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Join us in this interactive, online session as Dr Maeve Carey explains and demonstrates how she applies Barak Rosenshine’s ten principles of instruction in her daily chemistry lessons. Based on three areas of research, (research in cognitive science, research on the classroom practices of master teachers and research on cognitive support to help students learn complex tasks), this session is sure to transform your own classroom practice.

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