Potential primary school teachers can find out more about how to engage pupils in the classroom through a series of lectures at the University of Wolverhampton.
The Christmas Lectures, organised by the Faculty of Education, Health and Wellbeing’s Institute of Education, also offer the chance to meet the University’s Primary Team, find out more about university life and get an insight into some hot topics in education.
The lectures are:
Professor Michelle Lowe, Director, Institute of Education, Faculty of Education, Health and Wellbeing, said: “Our Christmas Lectures offer potential primary teachers the chance to begin their personal journey into teaching and learning; they give a taster of some ideas to use in the classroom, as well as the chance to meet our friendly staff and students and find out more about what our University offers.
"Our students too will learn a great amount from the lectures, whether it’s how to use science experiments or activities to keep pupils enthralled in your teaching. These lectures are our own version of the well-loved Royal Institution Christmas Lectures.”
The lectures are free to attend but places are limited. To secure your place, please email: FEHWevents@wlv.ac.uk
For more information on education-related courses at the University of Wolverhampton, please visit www.wlv.ac.uk/education
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