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These resources offer support and guidance for setting up and running both new and existing science and engineering clubs, including CPD for club leaders and help in identifying inspirational STEM activities to run in engineering and technology clubs.

Veronika Kapsali (case study)

For her research, Veronika looked at how pine cones close when the weather is wet and open when it is dry. Pine cones do this to give their seeds the best chance of flying far away from the tree so that they can grow into new trees far away. In the rain, the seeds will not fly as far and will end up competing with...

This series of ten resources produced by The Royal Academy of Engineering look at a range of exemplars to help the teaching and learning of the Advanced Diploma in Construction and Built Environment. Each resource gives a case study and includes introductory materials, background theory, questions and teacher...

 This item is one of over 25,000 physical resources available from the Resources Collection. The Archive Collection covers over 50 years of curriculum development in the STEM subjects. The Contemporary Collection includes the latest publications from UK educational publishers.

Are we connected?

A STEM teaching and learning resource that explores engineering through the technology we communicate and connect with.

Athlete or Machine?

The Royal Academy of Engineering has developed a teaching and learning resource for Key Stage Three that combines design, technology, mathematics and science activities. The resource allows students to investigate the question: Athlete or machine? Which is more important in the bob skeleton event? To answer the...

This item is one of over 25,000 physical resources available from the Resources Collection. The Archive Collection covers over 50 years of curriculum development in the STEM subjects. The Contemporary Collection includes all the latest publications from UK educational publishers.

Building Collaboration For an Engineering Foundation Degree in Power Distribution

This study details the development of a new foundation degree at London South Bank University in electrical engineering, in collaboration with EDF Energy, which was aimed at addressing the lack of technically trained engineers. Content and delivery of the course was...

Calculating Power of JCB Dieselmax Engines

This resource from Mathematics for Engineering Exemplars shows the application of mathematics in mechanical engineering and construction machinery. Here students encounter the formulae used to calculate the power of the engine which was used to power the JCB Dieselmax LSR car to a world land speed record of 350mph...

Chemical eruption

Students recreate the reaction of a volcano using baking soda (sodium bicarbonate) and vinegar (dilute acetic acid).

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