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Webinar 2 was held at 7.00pm GMT on 25th November 2015. A transcript of the recording is attached.
(This resource was used to support the free online Managing Behaviour for Learning course run by the National Science Learning Network...
Webinar 1 was held at 7.00pm BST on 17th June 2015. The following links provide access to various outputs:
Webinar 2 was held at 7.00pm BST on 1st July 2015. The following links provide access to various outputs:
This activity is intended to get learners thinking about themselves; their abilities, strengths and preferences in preparation for a more in-depth look at recognising and developing skills and personal qualities.
This is an open ended career exploration activity where students are encouraged to see what they can learn from as wide a range of case studies as time permits within the session.
This is an open ended career exploration activity around personal motivation, and not dissimilar to other activities in this set. However, by giving it a focus around challenges at work, students can be encouraged to understand that overcoming challenges is a core part of adult, life in the workplace and elsewhere...
This activity is about helping young people understand that different forms of work often have a lot in common and call for very similar skills (and personal qualities). As such, many of the skills people acquire in a job are transferable to other forms of employment.
This is a paper-based activity to help young people explore and understand the difference between qualities and skills in general terms and in a reflective way about themselves now and into the future.
The Make a Difference with a Career in Biology posters highlight the wide range of career paths that biologists can take.
This careers resource was jointly developed by the Biochemical Society, British Ecological Society, British Pharmacological Society, Microbiology Society, Society for Experimental Biology...