Pearson/Edexcel Economics A: Theme 1: Practical, Effective Methods which Maximise Student Results

Code:
8435

Pearson/Edexcel Economics A: Theme 1: Practical, Effective Methods which Maximise Student Results

£95.00

Wednesday 10th February 2021

Wednesday 9th June 2021

 

 

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DATES:

Wednesday 10th February 2021

Wednesday 9th June 2021

TIME: 4pm-5.30pm

ABOUT THIS WEBINAR

This short session will analyse the key parts of the specification for theme 1 ensuring the delegates understand the most important parts of the course, and which key area are transferable to other themes later on in the course. The course will also consider the types of questions that are asked on theme 1 in paper 1 and how these key topics are assessed in theme 3 the synoptic paper. Advise will also be offered on which parts of the course to spend longer on, to ensure the students fully understand these are, as they come up time and time again throughout the themes.

BENEFITS OF ATTENDING:

  • Secure practical effective methods which maximise student results
  • Gain a secure understanding of the key theories of theme 1
  • To understand they key 4 topics in theme 1, and how they are applicable to other themes.
  • How theme 1 theory is assessed in paper 1 and paper 3.
  • How theme 1 can be used synoptically

 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND? 
  • Head of departments
  • Experienced teachers who are seeking to maximise their teaching
  • Teachers who are new to Pearson/Edexcel A-Level Economics
COURSE CODE  8435
IN-SCHOOL You can also book this as an In-School Webinar
INCLUDED
  • You will receive a specially prepared file electronically containing detailed notes, and teaching materials and resources which will be of immediate practical benefit in the classroom.
  • Expert produced PowerPoint presentations
  • CPD Certificate of attendance

Additional information

Key Stage

GCSE

Course Leader

Owen Jermy

Job Title

Head of Department, Subject Teacher, G & T Coordinator, CPD Coordinator

Category

NQTs, Teaching & Learning

Teacher Webinar

economics, teacher webinar