It’s time for those New Year’s resolutions already - and at STEM Learning, we’re doing everything we can to support teachers to achieve your goals in 2022.
We know it’s always challenging to stick to your resolutions – which is why we’ve created a quick and easy checklist of five which will help support effective teaching, save you time and help your wellbeing too.
1. Bring a STEM Ambassador into your classroom
STEM Ambassadors bring STEM subjects to life and provide a real-world example of an aspirational career path for young people. We’re proud to have 37,000 of these amazing volunteers available, free of charge, to visit your classroom in person or remotely.
2. Complete one of our CPD courses – many are bursary supported
We offer a wide range of CPD courses for teachers and technicians – including intensive residential courses at our National STEM Learning Centre in York plus remote and online CPD. If your college or school is state-funded, we offer bursaries to cover the costs too.
3. Join 13k teachers and technicians sharing advice and support on STEM Community
Since it launched a year ago, our Community has grown to more than 13,000 members and features lively discussions and support, exclusive live events, blogs, events and more. You can’t afford to miss out - it’s free to join too!
4. Enrich your curriculum with space-themed activities from ESERO-UK
We’ve got thousands of free resources for you to use to enhance and enrich your curriculum. ESERO-UK is a perfect way to bring the context of space to your teaching with engaging resources, activities, and competitions for your students to get involved in.
5. Inspire your students to join in STEM events throughout the year
Throughout the year, we run a number of STEM-themed events – from careers fairs and STEM Clubs Week to Mars Day 22 and teaching conferences. Keep an eye out on our newsletters and social media channels so you don’t miss out!
We’d love to see your progress throughout 2022! Use #STEMresolutions, tag us and tell us about your achievements on social: