STEM Fairs offer wide and varied opportunities to expand students’ views of the world of STEM. This collection of resources, provided by the British Science Association, with support from Intel Education, includes practical help for teachers to get the most out of a STEM Fair. The materials offer advice applicable when either visiting a fair with students, or running an event in school or college.
The guidance in this collection is structured into:
* Introduction – what to expect from a first visit through to organising your own event.
* Interviews – first-hand experience from a range if individuals, including students and fair organisers.
* Help tools – practical tools to help you organise your own STEM fair activities.
These materials are provided by the British Science Association and supported by Intel. They aim to give an overview of the types of activities that happen at STEM fairs. The guide is useful in preparing students when visiting a fair. It also covers some of the key points to consider when organising, hosting or...
Provided by the British Science Association, with support from Intel Education, these resources provide an insight into a range of activities involved in organising and taking part in STEM fairs. They include contributions from a teacher taking part in STEM competitions, a STEM Ambassador and students exhibiting...
These guidance resources are provided by the British Science Association, with support from Intel Education. They give guidance that includes both attending a STEM fair and running an event. There are three sections:
* Comparing festivals - a checklist to help identify...
|Subject(s)||Science, Design and technology, Engineering, Mathematics, Careers, Cross curricular|
|Age||7-11, 11-14, 14-16, 16-19|
|Published||2010 to 2019|
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