This set of resources, published by the Centre for Science Education, offers career guidance for potential and current STEM students, their teachers and advisers. The resources include guidance tools for encouraging Key Stage Three students to take up STEM subjects, a guide to work placements and four profiles of different UK industries giving an insight into their work.
*STEM and economic wellbeing: a pack of planning tools and resources for teachers, curriculum leaders and support staff.
*Guide to STEM work experience placements: a guide for teachers, learners, employers and anyone involved in work experience to help develop strategies for creating good quality placements for young people.
*Industry profiles: a set of four profiles each of which gives an overview of a UK industry with sets of case studies and guidance on courses of study leading to work in these sectors.
This guide from the Department for Education is designed to help teachers, learners, employers and anyone involved in work experience develop strategies for creating good quality placements for young people aged 14–19. The Quick Guide for STEM Work Experience Placements has a question and answer format to assist...
This set of four profiles of UK industries give an overview of each one and is designed for students to gain an insight into careers available to people who have studied STEM subjects. The industries featured are the nuclear power, pharmaceutical, renewable energy and maritime industry.
Each profile includes...
These tools have been produced for the Department for Education by the Centre for Science Education. The materials are for STEM and economic wellbeing curriculum leaders, teachers and support staff working together to meet the needs of their learners. They will also be useful for STEM and economic wellbeing...
|Subject(s)||Careers, Science, Working scientifically, Mathematics, Design and technology, Engineering|
|Age||11-14, 14-16, 16-19|
|Published||2010 to 2019|
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