Magazines

Our insightful magazines contain interviews, features, news, and tips on teaching and learning in STEM-related subjects.

The STEM Learning magazines draw on the expertise of the National STEM Learning Network. Each term they offer you engaging, useful information, ideas and resources with insight from our experts across the Network and teaching colleagues from across the UK. You will also find full listings of upcoming bursary-supported CPD activities, all in one place.

"A brilliant read. Great ideas around critical skills in the classroom"

Primary STEM Learning magazine: issue 11

From the new National Centre for Computing Education to the UK launching into space; from a subject knowledge test and celebrating British Science Week, you’ll find inspiring articles and all of our upcoming CPD in the latest issue for primary.

 

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HEaTED magazine: issue 6

 

Our HEaTED magazine brings together information and ideas to support technicians in further and higher education. Issue 6 reports on innovative approaches in the delivery of technical services, investigates the journey to professional registration and considers the future of universities, and how technicians will contribute to their transformation.

 

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Secondary and FE STEM Learning magazine: issue 11

Explore the science of learning, get some top tips on retaining valuable staff, learn how to bridge the gap form the curriculum to careers, celebrate the 150th birthday of the periodic table and discover our upcoming CPD for you in the latest issue.

 

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Catalyst magazine: edition 31

 

Aimed at students aged 14-19, Catalyst magazine is packed with interesting articles on cutting-edge science, interviews and new research written by leading academics. It also includes a booklet of teacher's notes, full of ideas and lesson plans to bring the articles to life in the classroom.


 

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Browse previous editions

We have created an archive of previous editions of our magazines, which cover a vast range of topics.