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African Drumming Workshops - Maths & Music

Using maths to identify patterns is not easy to understand for children and adults alike.  I have discovered the perfect way to teach pattern recognition.  I work with the well-known and internationally recognised team of Ghanaian drummers (www.one-drum.org) who run national school workshops to teach...
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13 February 2019

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How to Become a Programmer

Over the last decade, few jobs have become as in demand as that of the programmer. Needed by firms in virtually every industry around the world, programmers have an incredible level of freedom to take their careers wherever they please, as this guide to becoming a programmer explains.
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12 February 2019

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THE BENEFITS OF PLAY

THE BENEFITS OF PLAYAn occasional paper byDr William LockittIntended audience:The paper is aimed at raising awareness to the importance of play in education and highlight some of the current research available. It is hoped that teachers, parents, home educators and others interested in developing play activities will...
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28 November 2018

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How to become a chartered accountant

For those with a passion for mathematics, accountancy can be a lucrative career path. Ever open to fresh applicants, it is an industry that consists of numerous specialisations of which a chartered accountant is one. This role places an emphasis of working with commercial business clients and managing their finances...
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03 July 2018

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STEM learning secondary and FE magazine: spring 2018

This issue of the magazine includes the following articles:Have your Pi and eat it too by Michael AndersonBananas are big business by Ed WalshThe E in STEM by Gill Collinson and Gemma TaylorCelebrating International Darwin Day by Simon QuinnellApplying learning in science practicals by Mark LangleyZombies,...
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HEaTED magazine - Summer 2018

In this issue of the HEaTED magazine two apprentices from King’s College London, Rachel Denney and Chantelle Griffin, report on life as an apprentice. We consider sustainability in the laboratory with Martin Farley and go behind the scenes at Glasgow School of Art with John Ayers. HEaTED programme manager Suhel...
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Data-logging with BBC micro:bits and MakeCode for modelling with Excel and GeoGebra.

Recent developments in MakeCode now make data-capture from micro:bits very simple via the USB cable.  The data can be graphed in real time in MakeCode and exproted as CSV files.  Using tools such as Excel and GeoGebra's Spreadsheet View, the data can be manipulated, analysed and modelled....
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14 April 2018

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How to become a web developer

One of the most increasingly in demand career positions is that of the web developer. An incredibly flexible role that can prove to be very financially rewarding, web developers are needed by firms around the world, in all industries.This guide to becoming a web developer offers an overview of what web developers...
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22 November 2017

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HEaTED magazine - Autumn 2017/Spring 2018

In this issue of HEaTED magazine Jonathan Cresswell from the University of Exeter describes what you need to know about, and how to make the most of, The Apprenticeship Levy scheme. HEaTED describes their support of the Technician Commitment and the work with the Science Council and the...
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SpaceUK: issue 47

Published by the UK Space Agency, the magazine is bursting with the latest space sector news and packed with educational material.
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