How do you get young people actively engaged in exploring science, technology, engineering, art, and math (STEM + art = STEAM)? This guide is your key to unlocking minds and getting young people engaged with creating our future. Start Making at Computer Clubhouse is based on the Intel Start Making! program, which...
This issue of magazine includes the following articles:Preparing BTEC students for university by Adrian GreenallFuture careers in magic by Dave GibbsWhat does a good science scheme of learning look like? by Mark LangleyExploring our universe by Tom LyonsMoving into leadership by Karen CurzonWhy is it a challenge...
A selection of technology and engineering projects for primary and secondary students.
A series which provides an education in visual understanding and discrimination.
Filography, the art of thread sculpture, is new art form using inexpensive and readily available materials with which you can create designs as individual and exciting as your imagination.
This set of activities attempts to raise for discussion of some of the issues - economic, social, political and moral - which relate to the global economy. The activities are designed for use with students aged 14-19, and have been written with the aim of fitting National Curriculum, A-level and GNVQ subjects.
The book focuses on using a store such as Marks and Spencers or Woolworths as a workplace for children in key stages two and three to visit in order to develop aspects of English and economic and industrial understanding as identified within the National Curriculum.
This pictorial survey of Western architecture, covering ancient Egyptian times to the present, contains two thousand drawings of buildings, ground plans, and architectural details. The book includes maps, time-charts, and a very brief text.
This book is for anyone with limited experience of woodwork an clearly demonstrates how, using basic tools and simple techniques of gluing and screwing, imaginative designs and useful objects come within even a beginner's scope. This book is a combination of step-by-step instructions, diagrams and colour ...
Powered by Crumble, Control freak resources are all about engagement, enjoyment and learning at the same time. Students use control software, writing their own code, and follow their own creative imagination to see where using the software and their skills will take them.