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STEM Learning Magazine

Published termly and supporting the primary, secondary and further education sector, these insightful magazines contain interviews, features, news, and tips on teaching and learning in STEM related subjects.

The STEM Learning magazines pull the expertise of the National STEM Learning Centre and Network and...

If the world were a village

At this moment there are more than 7.5 billion people on this planet. Pictuting so many people at one time is hard

How to have creative ideas

 

In How to Have Creative Ideas Edward de Bono - the leading authority on creative thinking - outlines 62 different games and exercises, built around random...

The girl who never made mistakes

"Beatrice offers a lesson we could all benefit from: learn from your mistakes, let go, laugh, and enjoy the ride." -- JENNIFER FOSBERRYNew York Times ...

Primary science: teaching the tricky bits

Do you lack confidence in teaching the more difficult areas of primary science?
Do you want accessible, well structured support?
Yes? Then this handy book is for...

A few minutes of design

"The design process is an object of great fascination these days, yet it remains stubbornly mysterious. Emily Campbell has created a series of deceptively simple-and fun-exercises that dispel the fog...

Thinking classrooms: metacognition lessons for primary schools

Practising teacher and growth mindset expert Katherine Muncaster has worked with bestselling formative assessment expert Shirley Clarke to develop these easy-to-use lessons which encourage primary school...

Thinkertoys

In hindsight, every great idea seems obvious. But how can you be the person who comes up with those ideas? 
In this revised and expanded edition of his groundbreaking ...

Programmed Inequality

How Britain lost its early dominance in computing by systematically discriminating against its most qualified workers: women.

 

Recording Gender - Woman's changing participation in computing

"This timely book takes a deep dive into the important question of why women are such a minority in computing technology. I hope the issues raised in this valuable book will inspire more women to join this...

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