Event type: Training Event
Dates: 09 - 10 March 2012
Venue: DPS International, Saket, New Delhi, India
Suitable for teachers of:
University of Cambridge International Examinations is holding Stage 2 Intermediate Professional Development Courses for teachers of Cambridge IGCSE Chemistry (0620)
Who are the courses for?
Stage 2 courses are designed for teachers who have been teaching the Cambridge syllabus for at least one year. Stage 2 courses are not suitable for teachers new to the Cambridge syllabus.
It is also preferable, although not essential, that teachers have followed a Stage 1 course.
Content will vary for each syllabus, but typically includes:
• Review of teachers' assessment issues
• Overview of different teaching methods and strategies
• Teaching strategies applied to the syllabus
• Discussions on formative and summative assessment
• Revision strategies for candidates
• ICT and curriculum resources
• Creating schemes of work and lesson plans
• Marking exercises
• For science syllabuses, a practical laboratory session may also be included.
How to book
Attendance is £115 per delegate (early bird bookings received before 13 February, £100 per delegate). Refreshments and lunch will be provided on both days.
Places are limited and will be allocated on a first come, first serve basis. The deadline for receipt of the online registration forms is 27 February 2012.
DPS International, Saket
Please note that it is the responsibility of the delegates attending the conference to arrange and pay for their own travel and accommodation and all travel to and from the workshop venue is the sole responsibility of participants. CIE shall not be liable for any loss, including travel and accommodation costs suffered by or on behalf of any person who wished to attend the workshops should CIE cancel them for any reason whatsoever.
Neither CIE nor its directors, officers or agents are responsible or liable for the safety and property of participants or their companions during the workshops or any related excursions. Participants are advised to seek information on potential health and security risks incurred by themselves or their companions at the workshops and to secure adequate insurance coverage.