The Royal Academy of Engineering
The Royal Academy of Engineering oversees a number of projects to enhance and enrich the teaching of engineering. This collection contains case studies and details of activities which can be used to encourage pupils to take part in engineering study. The collection includes: *Mathematics for Engineering Exemplars: These exemplars give activities which contextualise mathematics in engineering projects for Post-16 students. The activities support the Additional and Specialist Learning (ASL) unit of the Advanced Diploma in Engineering. *London Engineering Project Case Studies: These case studies describe 14 projects set up with the aim of engaging and inspiring young people in STEM subjects, with an emphasis on engineering. The projects included activity days for students led by STEM Ambassadors, careers advice for teachers, reports on best practice and events designed to encourage under-represented groups, especially girls.
This collection of videos from the Royal Academy of Engineering showcase the exciting range of work that Engineers are involved in!
"From the shoes you wear and the phone in your hand, through to the music you listen to and the games you play, engineering is at the heart of everything. It brings ideas to...
Controlling Motion uses Cornerstone Maths' dynamic interactive web-based environment to give secondary students an introduction to the 'hard to teach' concept of linear functions.
This STEM resource is inspired by the Africa Prize for Engineering Innovation.
Engineering a better world is a series of activities, practical tasks and discussion points that invite young learners to explore the role that young engineers and entrepreneurs play in developing innovations that will bring...
This STEM resource gives young learners the opportunity to explore how engineering and science work together in the healthcare service. Students are challenged to work collaboratively to develop their curiosity and creativity through a series of fun and engaging activities.
|Subject(s)||STEM Clubs, Engineering, Mathematics|
|Age||11-14, 14-16, 16-19|
|Published||2010 to 2019|
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