## Early career teaching CPD videos

CPD for 11-14 14-16 16-19

The videos below aim to help you get the most from your first years of teaching, offering support in physics pedagogy, subject knowledge, inclusion, and more. More videos will be added to this page throughout 2021/2022, so check back soon!

Module | Video |
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Maths in Physics | Maths and language |

Maths in Physics | Teaching and learning |

Maths in Physics | Some issues with algebra |

Assessment in Physics | Types of assessment |

Assessment in Physics | Questioning |

Assessment in Physics | Feedback |

Inclusion in Physics | Inclusive teaching techniques |

Inclusion in Physics | Science capital teaching approach |

Inclusion in Physics | Participation in physics |

Misconceptions in Physics | Introduction |

Misconceptions in Physics | Addressing misconceptions: thought experiments and refutation texts |

Misconceptions in Physics | Addressing misconceptions: bridge analogies and systems thinking |

Practical Work in Physics | Purpose and attention |

Practical Work in Physics | Research |

Practical Work in Physics | Pragmatic considerations and planning |

Literacy in Physics | Everyday words, to be added |

Literacy in Physics | Explanations, to be added |

Literacy in Physics | Expressions, to be added |

Modelling in Physics | To be added |

Cognitive Load | To be added |

Sequencing Lessons | To be added |

##### Maths and language

Mark explores the challenges with using mathematical language and considers how the language of units can improve students' understanding of physics.

##### Teaching and learning

Mark tackles the issues both students and teachers face when dealing with maths in physics.

##### Some issues with albegra

Mark weighs up the pros and cons of different algebra methods including the triangle method, function machines and the balance method.

##### Types of assessment

Daisy introduces different types of assessment and what they are used for.

##### Questioning

Daisy explains how we can use questions to deconstruct preconceived ideas and rebuild the correct ones, as well as how to use summative assessment in a formative way.

##### Feedback

Daisy looks at effective feedback strategies, including using meaningful comments and targeted practical work feedback.

##### Inclusive teaching techniques

Saša elaborates on some inclusive teaching tips, giving advice, examples and considerations.

##### Science capital teaching approach

Daisy demonstrates how to increase engagement and participation through relating the content to students' everyday lives.

##### Participation in physics

Daisy identifies some barriers to participation and explores approaches to tackle these, such as making the physics relevant.

##### Misconceptions introduction

Carole explains what misconceptions are and gives an overview of strategies for preventing and addressing them.

##### Addressing misconceptions: thought experiments and refutation texts

Carole details a way to address misconceptions in students using a common example in forces.

##### Addressing misconceptions: bridge analogies and systems thinking

Carole explores two helpful strategies for preventing misconcpetions which utilise scaffolded modelling and metacognition.

##### Purpose and attention

James considers procedural and conceptual demand and explains, using examples, how we can steer students along in practical lessons.

##### Research

James describes different research ideas and how they can be used in practical lessons, including linking the domain of ideas to the domain of observable things.

##### Pragmatic considerations and planning

James demonstrates how to use the ideas from the previous two videos in practical lesson planning.

These videos have been produced as part of the Early Career Professional Learning (ECPL) programme, which offers targeted support for early career teachers. Find out more or email ecpl@iop.org.

### Further reading

##### Maths in Physics

An overview of ideas in mathematics and where they are used in science;

Language of Mathematics in Science - ASE Guide.pdfAn outline of different ways that science and mathematics departments have worked together, illustrating various teaching approaches with examples;

Language of Mathematics in Science - ASE Teaching Approaches.pdfA summary of content in KS3 and KS4 maths lessons and inconsistencies between terminology and approaches in maths and science;

Pearson Guide to Maths for Scientists.pdf##### Practical Work in Physics

Abrahams, I., & Reiss, M. J. (Eds.). (2017). *Enhancing Learning with Effective Practical Science 11-16*. Bloomsbury.

Millar, R. & Abrahams, I. (2009). Practical work: Making it more effective. *School Science Review*, 91(334), 59-64.

Millar, R., Le Maréchal, J. & Tiberghien, A. (1999) 'Mapping' the domain - varieties of practical work. In J. Leach & A. Paulsen (Eds.), *Practical work in science education: Recent research studies* (pp. 33-59). Roskilde University Press.