Essential Edexcel A Level Politics
This course provides a comprehensive and resource-packed guide to the structure of the Edexcel A Level Politics specification, how students are assessed and help with planning and delivering the course content.
- Face-to-face CPD
- 1 day (10am to 3.15pm)
- £245.00 (+VAT)
All non-specialist, early career or inexperienced teachers delivering the Edexcel A Level Politics specification.
Thursday July 6th 2023
London - The Clermont Hotel (Charing Cross)
About the course
This course explores the structure of the Edexcel A-Level Politics specification, content planning, assessment, delivering tricky topics and concepts and much, much more.
The course is designed to build your confidence and knowledge, and support your delivery and assessment of Edexcel A-Level Politics.
What we'll cover
- A session focusing on how best to structure your delivery of the course, considering different approaches, embedding contemporary political developments and topical examples, as well as the pros & cons of the different optional elements of the course (e.g. Global vs US; non-core political ideas, etc.)
- A session focusing on some of the topic areas that students find most difficult, exploring ways to deliver these and ways to improve teachers' confidence in them.
- A session focusing on the skills / assessment objectives required for the assessment of Edexcel A Level Politics. This will include how to teach the skills, the best approaches students can take for demonstrating them, and how to mark mocks and assessments with confidence.
- A session in which we share some of our favourite activities, teaching tools and games as well as answer your questions about teaching and learning in Edexcel A Level Politics.
The tutor2u approach to CPD
A full day of CPD designed and delivered by experienced subject specialists
Practical, ready-to-use resources that you can put to use and share with colleagues as soon as you return to the classroom
A chance to have your questions answered, and teaching problems solved
An invaluable opportunity to share ideas and experiences with colleagues from other centres and to build a network of contacts
Refreshments throughout the day and a buffet lunch
Ciára is the head of Politics in a North West London school and also a passionate History teacher. She is dedicated to equipping students with the political literacy needed to bring about societal change.
Duncan is an experienced social science and humanities teacher, writer and senior examiner. He has taught Politics and Sociology A Level for many years and has a PhD in Social History.
Designed to support all non-specialist, early career or inexperienced teachers delivering specific qualifications.
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