GCSE Science: Successful planning for terminal assessment
Rise to the challenge of terminal assessment with confidence. Develop your capacity to structure and deliver a course that is entirely end examined. Explore how you can track progress and respond to underperformance in key concepts. Address developing areas such as mathematical competences and scientific enquiry.
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- Tackle key demands such as: tracking progress, decisions on achievement of target grades, and the skilful revisiting of topics.
- Effectively plan a full GCSE course to support the progressive development of key concepts. Share ideas about effective course structure and incorporate them into curriculum plans.
- Develop skills based approaches to synoptic teaching and learning, and a variety of revision techniques to take back to the classroom.
- Address features such as the raised demandfor mathematical skills and the assessment of enquiry skills in terminal examinations.
Ed Walsh is an author, CPD provider, curriculum developer and school improvement officer. A teacher for 20 years and team leader for 12 of those, he writes and edits teaching resources for Key Stages 2, 3 & 4, runs CPD events throughout the country on improving student outcomes and is involved with the developmentof examination courses.
All teachers who need support and confidence to teach a linear GCSE science programme at Key Stages 3, 4 and GCSE.