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WJEC/WJEC Eduqas A-Level Religious Studies: Mastering the new Philosophy and Ethics content

RE and Philosophy 16-18 Teacher Training

Dr. Gregory A. Barker

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Why attend?

Teach the new Philosophy and Ethics content for WJEC and WJEC Eduqas A-level RS with confidence by gaining a clear understanding of the key philosophers, concepts and theories. 
 
With expert knowledge of the WJEC/Eduqas RS specifications, Dr. Gregory Barker is ideally placed to guide you through the new content and explore effective ways to prepare students for assessment.
 
  • Clarify and consolidate your understanding of the new Philosophy and Ethics content
  • Discover effective strategies to boost student engagement and maximise exam performance
  • Explore digital resources and activities that link to knowledge and evaluation

Course code: RSW201118 / RSW281118

Programme

10.00am Registration and coffee
10.15am AS: Philosophy & Ethics
  • Overcoming challenges with content (Ethical Egoism, Application of Situation Ethics, Ontological argument)
  • Engaging students
  • Teaching tips, planning and learning success
  • Q&A on any AS content
11.15am Morning coffee
11.30am A2: Ethics
  • Explore the new content (Meta-Ethics, Freewill and Determinism, Application of Ethical Theories)
  • Planning for success
  • Strategies for delivery
  • Q&A on any A2 Ethics content
12.30pm Lunch
1.30pm A2: Philosophy
  • Explore the new content (Religious Language, the influence of RE on practice and faith, New Atheism)
  • Planning for success
  • Strategies for delivery
  • Q&A on any A2 Philosophy content
2.30pm Afternoon tea
2.45pm Assessment and resources
  • Preparing students for assessment throughout the course
  • Insights into creating higher performance
  • Paper and digital resources
4.00pm Course ends

Why attend?

Teach the new Philosophy and Ethics content for WJEC and WJEC Eduqas A-level RS with confidence by gaining a clear understanding of the key philosophers, concepts and theories. 
 
With expert knowledge of the WJEC/Eduqas RS specifications, Dr. Gregory Barker is ideally placed to guide you through the new content and explore effective ways to prepare students for assessment.
 
  • Clarify and consolidate your understanding of the new Philosophy and Ethics content
  • Discover effective strategies to boost student engagement and maximise exam performance
  • Explore digital resources and activities that link to knowledge and evaluation

Course code: RSW201118 / RSW281118

Programme

10.00am Registration and coffee
10.15am AS: Philosophy & Ethics
  • Overcoming challenges with content (Ethical Egoism, Application of Situation Ethics, Ontological argument)
  • Engaging students
  • Teaching tips, planning and learning success
  • Q&A on any AS content
11.15am Morning coffee
11.30am A2: Ethics
  • Explore the new content (Meta-Ethics, Freewill and Determinism, Application of Ethical Theories)
  • Planning for success
  • Strategies for delivery
  • Q&A on any A2 Ethics content
12.30pm Lunch
1.30pm A2: Philosophy
  • Explore the new content (Religious Language, the influence of RE on practice and faith, New Atheism)
  • Planning for success
  • Strategies for delivery
  • Q&A on any A2 Philosophy content
2.30pm Afternoon tea
2.45pm Assessment and resources
  • Preparing students for assessment throughout the course
  • Insights into creating higher performance
  • Paper and digital resources
4.00pm Course ends

Presenters

Dr. Gregory A. Barker - Presenter
Dr. Gregory A. Barker - Presenter
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Presenters

Dr. Gregory A. Barker - Presenter
Dr. Gregory A. Barker - Presenter
Read Biography

Venue

RSW201118
Cardiff - venue TBC
The venue will be confirmed at least
two weeks before the event.

Venue

RSW281118
London - venue TBC
The venue will be confirmed at least
two weeks before the event.