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Young Women in Science

Young Women in Science was developed by the Learning and Skills Improvement Service (LSIS) as part of the Teaching and Learning Programme. This research supports the implementation of gender inclusive teaching strategies.

The case studies in this resource include:
* video support in AS physics
* response of female 16-19s to the Institute of Physics Girls in Physics activity
* female friendly materials in A level physics
* revision techniques to boost young women’s confidence
* getting young women engaged with science
* young women’s astronomy clubs
* taster days for young women in engineering
* effectiveness of different learning media for young women
* research into gender-paired work to improve the quality of female participation within practical vocational science lessons
* improving young women’s engagement with chemistry
* attracting young women into physics
* young women in science
* raising aspirations and inspiring young women
* alternative questioning techniques

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