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Design for a better world is a design challenge for students aged 11-14 years. It offers students the opportunity to:
- Learn about the global goals for sustainable development.
- Access a range of global contexts including water and sanitation, food security and climate action in which to identify...
Posters showing famous scientists and engineers, the SI unit that has been named after them and what the unit is a measure of. Includes the following geniuses:
- Georg Ohm
- Alessandro Volta
- Andre-Marie Ampere
- Heinrich Hertz
- Joseph Henry
- Michael Faraday
A colourful, simple infographic explaining the questions behind air pollution: what is it? How does it affect us? What can we do about it?
Can be printed off to a larger size and used as part of a classroom display.
From Practical Action, this resource is intended to help students to think about how they can include sustainability throughout their tasks, from specifications, through to evaluation by using an eco-design tool.
This STEMNET resource introduces John Gray who is a specialist engineer for the BBC. His role is crucial in ensuring that the programme production system used by local radio stations across England works properly.
John was at university studying for a degree in Computational Physics when he first worked for...
In this case study, Olivia Comberti explains how she came to be a digital design consultant. She describes her ambitions when younger, her education history and the role models who inspired her. She then talks about seeing how her work affects people's lives, especially when working within developing countries...
Architecture Workshops are hands-on fun educational activities for all Key Stages and abilities. Designed to enhance the national curriculum and to communicate the art and experience of architecture, art, and design.
Architecture Workshops help resource the school curriculum by providing students with...