This report looks at how classroom teaching be improved to enhance students’ learning of STEM subjects and improve the uptake of STEM careers. The report draws out key points of interest for senior leaders.

The Ingenious project successfully enabled a range of schools across 26 European countries to effect change in the interest students display in STEM subjects and in their level of knowledge and understanding. In addition, by teaching about STEM careers within the STEM lessons, the project has kindled more interest in STEM careers. The project lasted three years and involved 500 teachers, 350 schools, and 15,000 students from primary and secondary schools, and further education as participants.

The full InGenious project report can be viewed here

The full collection of STEM Learning impact and evaluation research reports can be viewed here

 

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