Produced in 2011 by the Learning and Skills Improvement Service (LSIS), these case studies describe work done by practitioners to develop enrichment and enhancement activities for students studying STEM-based subjects. These projects, drawn from across the FE and skills sector, present a wide range of possible ways of enhancing learners’ experience of STEM, including: • Real-world applications • Community outreach • Linking with scientists • Collaboration with schools • Cutting-edge research and technology.

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Running an 'Anatomy Club' for L3 Science

Produced in 2011 by the Learning Skills Improvement Service, these materials help to demonstrate effective practice. This case study, from Loughborough College, looks at the theme of enrichment and enhancement of STEM. Basic anatomy teaching has all but disappeared from current curricula and thus good anatomical...

Developing STEM in the community

Produced in 2011 by the Learning Skills Improvement Service (LSIS), this case study tackles the theme of enrichment and enhancement in STEM. From Newcastle College, it describes an outreach project bringing local community organisations together with teaching staff.

By demystifying simple health tests (e.g....

Developing a STEM Enrichment Programme

Produced by the Learning and Skills Improvement Service (LSIS), this case study looks at the themes of enrichment and enhancement in STEM, employer engagement and knowledge and technology transfer.

By the National Marine Aquarium, the study demonstrates the potential for informal learning institutions to...

Improving Progression in STEM

Produced by the Learning Skills Improvement Service (LSIS), this case study looks at a collaborative project with seven providers from the Learning and Skills Sector working with STEMNET in the North West of England.

The study describes how providers were identified who were interested in embedding...

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