“Electrical engineering covers the generation, distribution, application and control of electrical energy. Electrical engineers work on a huge range of things - from wind turbines to electric cars; power networks to battery design.” Tomorrow’s Engineers: From Idea to Career
Ideal for all ages and key stages the Starchaser Rocket Factory 1 enables students to experiment with Newton’s Laws of motion by building and flying their own compressed air powered model rockets. Safe, clean, educational and fun, Rocket Factory 1 is supervised by a Starchaser Educator and includes enough...
Explore the different kinds of ways engineers help explore space, whether it's designing spacecraft, spacesuits or homes on Mars. Activities link to materials and their uses, forces, D&T, plants and many aspects of D & T.
MyKEducation FOUNDATION STEM PROJECTS FOR STUDENTS AND PROFESSIONAL TEACHER DEVELOPMENT SKILLS We offer after School Club or Holiday Club through partnering schools. MANUAL: Open the full STEM Coordinator's manualhttps://issuu.com/kemafroc/docs/myke_coordinators__manualParents,...
Example of a lesson that can be used to show D&T Resistant Materials students how their school work can be related to working in the engineering industry, and to encourage them to follow a STEM career path using the skills that they have developed in the classroom.
“Biomedical engineering refers to the innovations that improve our health and healthcare systems, for example 3D organ printing, prosthetic limbs and wearable technology.” Tomorrow’s Engineers: From Idea to Career
This list contains a number of resources supporting the BP Ultimate STEM Challenge 2018 resource.
“Civil engineers and structural engineers both help shape the world and improve people’s lives by designing, creating and maintaining the buildings and large structures that we need. They build all sorts of things so we can get around and live our lives safely – from roads, bridges and tunnels to...
For some inspiration and to see how we have trialled and refined embedding STEM into the curriculum, please feel free to visit the blog I have created. www.rydestem.wordpress.com
As part of the FUNcube STEM satellite outreach programme we have developer a student and teachers pack showing how to interpret rea data from graphs.These can be found at: https://funcube.org.uk/education-outreach/