Module 4: Characteristics of Good Project Work

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This module of the STEM Projects Toolkit explains what a good project provides for students, encouraging them to develop independent learning skills and reflective practice. This part of the toolkit provides the first practical steps for teachers and technicians in conceiving and developing a STEM project.

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4.1 What is a 'good project'?
4.2 Challenges for inclusive practice
4.3 Tackling stereotypes
4.4 Selecting a suitable project idea
4.5 Getting started
4.6 Resources
4.7 The teacher's role in facilitating student projects

The STEM Projects Toolkit was produced by the British Science Association and written by Linda Scott.

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