This report looks at developing classroom teaching to enhance students’ learning of the STEM subjects and improve the uptake of STEM careers.

Teachers and employers taking part in the Ingenious Project prepared, either jointly, or separately, 35 classroom activities whose purpose was to place learning within industrial contexts. Teachers and their students from participating schools were then invited to evaluate these activities. They included opportunities for teachers and students to visit industries, take part in online discussions with industrial experts, meet experts in their classrooms, partake in novel classroom experiments and explore how learning science, maths and other technology subjects can help when choosing a career or job in later life.

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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