This new course will demonstrate how to guide your students, of whatever ability, to achieve the best possible grades in the upcoming AQA A-Level Physics examinations.
Achievement in AQA A-Level Physics requires students to overcome some key challenges and be able to recall a wealth of knowledge across the varied disciplines of Physics study and apply this knowledge in the examinations. Physics students have a variety of strengths and weaknesses so a range of techniques are needed to ensure they can achieve the best possible grades.
You will take away strategies and methods to stretch, challenge and motivate students of all ability ranges, ready for their exams. In particular the course will focus on the most challenging areas of the specification and what students need to do to ensure their projected grades don’t slip down, and what, and how they must demonstrate to examiners to achieve high marks.
This course, tailored to suit, can be delivered in your school. Discuss this further with our CPD team on 01625 532974 or click below to make an enquiry.
Alessio Bernardelli has over 18 years of teaching experience and has worked as Head of KS3 Science and Head of Physics. He also worked as Field Development Officer for NGfL Cymru, as Science Subject Lead at TSL Education (TES) and as National Support Programme Partner in Wales with CfBT. Alessio won a number of national and international education awards for the innovative and creative way he integrates emerging technologies in STEM education. One of these awards is the Microsoft Worldwide Innovative Education Forum, 2007.
Alessio is an accredited Microsoft Peer Coaching Facilitator, one of few Partners In Learning Top Tiered Teachers worldwide, a TASC Framework Specialist, an Official iMindMap Leader and an Institute of Physics Coach member of their Professional Practice Group. He has recently completed an MSc in Teacher Education at the University of Oxford, he is a Chartered Science Teacher (CSciTeach) and a Chartered Physicist (CPhys), as well as a Senior Facilitator with STEM Learning.
Alessio worked as Examiner for a number of years with WJEC and Cambridge International Education. He is also a published author, with his GCSE Physics revision guide for Scholastic and his A-level exam practice book for Hodder Education.
Alessio is the founder of CollaboratED and a PGCE physics Tutor at Cardiff Metropolitan University.