How to teach enquiry based skills

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Bob Kibble, Max Science primary author, has spent his professional life in science education, first as a physics teacher in London and latterly as a Senior Lecturer at the University of Edinburgh. He has lectured at international conferences and has written extensively for audiences at primary and secondary level. In 2013 Bob was awarded the Bragg Medal for lifetime services to physics education by the Institute of Physics. His recent work has seen him leading the writing and editing team for Light up Science, a joint publishing venture between Macmillan and FLTRP in Beijing. For the past two years Bob has been our Editor in Chief for Max Science, a new suite of science books for learners and teachers following an international science curriculum.

Join our Science author and expert Bob Kibble deliver an inspiring and engaging session, focusing on the following key areas: 

- Strategies and techniques to support teachers in delivering enquiry based learning lessons 

- Hint, tips and ideas to successfully and effectively teach enquiry based lessons

- Examples from our Max Science Primary - Discovering through enquiry Series


International Curriculum

"At Macmillan Education we recognise that teachers are not only looking for classroom resources, but also support with digital, teacher training, language, links between school and home and assessment. In addition to resources that develop the key life skills. Our promise to you is to provide courses that cater to all of these whilst being written by subject experts, a great many of whom have been teachers so understand the challenges and opportunities faced each day in the classroom. They have taken the world leading and proven teaching methods for each subject, built upon research and evidence, to create resources that will help you to deliver lessons that inspire curiosity and engagement, and ultimately put your pupils on a path towards being the best they can be."