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These two Future Morph resources aim to show students that there is a wide choice of options open to those who study sciences and mathematics. The resources consist of:
Career examples list
The list covers six areas of science:
* Living things
A resource from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) which explores the role of the mathematical sciences in our lives - in security, telecommunications and the internet, the environment, finance and economics, industry, transport and travel, and in medicine and biology.
This Pedagogics resource uses the following quote from the Chinese philosopher Confucius: "Tell me...and I will forget. Show me... and I will remember. Involve me... and I will understand"
This resource by Pedagogics explores subtle adjustments to teacher's language in order to be less emotive, more objective-led and promote progress.
A presentation highlighting seven strategies for behaviour management.
Mini Map Makers is creating a Poster for STEM and STEAM for Cartography. How Cartography interacts with the elements!
This is working progress and a draft copy will be out soon!
Webinar 1 was held at 7.00pm GMT on 10th November 2015. The following links provide access to various outputs:
- Edited recording (with sub-titles)
This publication from BP Educational Services gives a guide to careers in the energy business. It includes biographies of real-life role models, and information on desirable generic employability skills, which are valued across sectors.
The role model examples include a geologist, gas trader, commercial and...
These activities have been developed for the National HE STEM Programme to be used in conjunction with the video resources found in this collection.
Activities for staff developers contains activities aimed at Higher Education staff developers. The first activity outlines...
This outreach programme aimed to build upon good practice from the Royal Society of Chemistry's (RSC) project Chemistry for our Future, and to develop new activities which could then be used with the RSC’s Spectroscopy in a Suitcase (SIAS) equipment. It explored appropriate contexts which may appeal to students...