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Date & Time

19.03 (Mon)

14.00 - 16.30

20.03 (Tue)

10.00 - 12.30

Facilitator

At the Science Museum in London, UK, we have a wealth of experience in engaging diverse audiences and igniting their curiosity in science. Founded in 1857, the Museum now attracts 3,300,000 visitors a year, half a million of whom come as members of education groups. Through our iconic objects and many interactive exhibits, we aim to help our visitors see the creativity and wonder of science.

Location

Laboratory, Hong Kong Science Museum

Teacher Development Workshop (For secondary school teachers)

During this workshop, the London Science Museum’s experienced teacher training team will share a range of practical approaches to help you engage your students with science. Our activities will focus on connecting classroom learning with your students’ everyday lives, to help demonstrate the relevance and potential of science, and build skills that are useful for science. All our courses are hands-on, and you will leave with all the resources you need to apply the techniques straight away.

Teacher Development Workshop (For secondary school teachers)

During this workshop, the London Science Museum’s experienced teacher training team will share a range of practical approaches to help you engage your students with science. Our activities will focus on connecting classroom learning with your students’ everyday lives, to help demonstrate the relevance and potential of science, and build skills that are useful for science. All our courses are hands-on, and you will leave with all the resources you need to apply the techniques straight away.

Date & Time

19.03 (Mon)

14.00 - 16.30

20.03 (Tue)

10.00 - 12.30

Facilitator

At the Science Museum in London, UK, we have a wealth of experience in engaging diverse audiences and igniting their curiosity in science. Founded in 1857, the Museum now attracts 3,300,000 visitors a year, half a million of whom come as members of education groups. Through our iconic objects and many interactive exhibits, we aim to help our visitors see the creativity and wonder of science.

Location

Laboratory, Hong Kong Science Museum

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Date & Time

19.03 (Mon)

10.00 - 12.30

20.03 (Tue)

14.00 - 16.30

Facilitator

At the Science Museum in London, UK, we have a wealth of experience in engaging diverse audiences and igniting their curiosity in science. Founded in 1857, the Museum now attracts 3,300,000 visitors a year, half a million of whom come as members of education groups. Through our iconic objects and many interactive exhibits, we aim to help our visitors see the creativity and wonder of science.

Location

Laboratory, Hong Kong Science Museum

Teacher Development Workshop (For primary school teachers)

During this workshop, the London Science Museum’s experienced teacher training team will share a range of practical approaches to help you engage your students with science. Our activities will focus on connecting classroom learning with your students’ everyday lives, to help demonstrate the relevance and potential of science, and build skills that are useful for science. All our courses are hands-on, and you will leave with all the resources you need to apply the techniques straight away.

Teacher Development Workshop (For primary school teachers)

During this workshop, the London Science Museum’s experienced teacher training team will share a range of practical approaches to help you engage your students with science. Our activities will focus on connecting classroom learning with your students’ everyday lives, to help demonstrate the relevance and potential of science, and build skills that are useful for science. All our courses are hands-on, and you will leave with all the resources you need to apply the techniques straight away.

Date & Time

19.03 (Mon)

10.00 - 12.30

20.03 (Tue)

14.00 - 16.30

Facilitator

At the Science Museum in London, UK, we have a wealth of experience in engaging diverse audiences and igniting their curiosity in science. Founded in 1857, the Museum now attracts 3,300,000 visitors a year, half a million of whom come as members of education groups. Through our iconic objects and many interactive exhibits, we aim to help our visitors see the creativity and wonder of science.

Location

Laboratory, Hong Kong Science Museum

  • Conducted in English
  • Suitable for science teachers of primary and secondary schools
  • Each session has 20 seats and registration is on a first come, first served basis
  • For teachers from non-international schools, please register through the Training Calendar on the Education Bureau website
  • For teachers from international schools, please register through the above registration link
  • Registration starts on 17 January 2018 at 12noon
E2ff5b70ea706a49d34d4281fb3cf625

Date & Time

19.03 (Mon)

14.00 - 16.30

20.03 (Tue)

10.00 - 12.30

Facilitator

At the Science Museum in London, UK, we have a wealth of experience in engaging diverse audiences and igniting their curiosity in science. Founded in 1857, the Museum now attracts 3,300,000 visitors a year, half a million of whom come as members of education groups. Through our iconic objects and many interactive exhibits, we aim to help our visitors see the creativity and wonder of science.

Location

Laboratory, Hong Kong Science Museum

Teacher Development Workshop (For secondary school teachers)

During this workshop, the London Science Museum’s experienced teacher training team will share a range of practical approaches to help you engage your students with science. Our activities will focus on connecting classroom learning with your students’ everyday lives, to help demonstrate the relevance and potential of science, and build skills that are useful for science. All our courses are hands-on, and you will leave with all the resources you need to apply the techniques straight away.

Teacher Development Workshop (For secondary school teachers)

During this workshop, the London Science Museum’s experienced teacher training team will share a range of practical approaches to help you engage your students with science. Our activities will focus on connecting classroom learning with your students’ everyday lives, to help demonstrate the relevance and potential of science, and build skills that are useful for science. All our courses are hands-on, and you will leave with all the resources you need to apply the techniques straight away.

Date & Time

19.03 (Mon)

14.00 - 16.30

20.03 (Tue)

10.00 - 12.30

Facilitator

At the Science Museum in London, UK, we have a wealth of experience in engaging diverse audiences and igniting their curiosity in science. Founded in 1857, the Museum now attracts 3,300,000 visitors a year, half a million of whom come as members of education groups. Through our iconic objects and many interactive exhibits, we aim to help our visitors see the creativity and wonder of science.

Location

Laboratory, Hong Kong Science Museum

0b24e24001722227730d463c69fc96f0

Date & Time

19.03 (Mon)

10.00 - 12.30

20.03 (Tue)

14.00 - 16.30

Facilitator

At the Science Museum in London, UK, we have a wealth of experience in engaging diverse audiences and igniting their curiosity in science. Founded in 1857, the Museum now attracts 3,300,000 visitors a year, half a million of whom come as members of education groups. Through our iconic objects and many interactive exhibits, we aim to help our visitors see the creativity and wonder of science.

Location

Laboratory, Hong Kong Science Museum

Teacher Development Workshop (For primary school teachers)

During this workshop, the London Science Museum’s experienced teacher training team will share a range of practical approaches to help you engage your students with science. Our activities will focus on connecting classroom learning with your students’ everyday lives, to help demonstrate the relevance and potential of science, and build skills that are useful for science. All our courses are hands-on, and you will leave with all the resources you need to apply the techniques straight away.

Teacher Development Workshop (For primary school teachers)

During this workshop, the London Science Museum’s experienced teacher training team will share a range of practical approaches to help you engage your students with science. Our activities will focus on connecting classroom learning with your students’ everyday lives, to help demonstrate the relevance and potential of science, and build skills that are useful for science. All our courses are hands-on, and you will leave with all the resources you need to apply the techniques straight away.

Date & Time

19.03 (Mon)

10.00 - 12.30

20.03 (Tue)

14.00 - 16.30

Facilitator

At the Science Museum in London, UK, we have a wealth of experience in engaging diverse audiences and igniting their curiosity in science. Founded in 1857, the Museum now attracts 3,300,000 visitors a year, half a million of whom come as members of education groups. Through our iconic objects and many interactive exhibits, we aim to help our visitors see the creativity and wonder of science.

Location

Laboratory, Hong Kong Science Museum

  • Conducted in English
  • Suitable for science teachers of primary and secondary schools
  • Each session has 20 seats and registration is on a first come, first served basis
  • For teachers from non-international schools, please register through the Training Calendar on the Education Bureau website
  • For teachers from international schools, please register through the above registration link
  • Registration starts on 17 January 2018 at 12noon