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Collating data sets

Purpose: Usually students work in groups at a practical activity, and use their own results to interpret the outcomes. For some investigations, it is helpful to use larger data sets, than single groups could collect during a lesson. Google forms provides a simple means of collating a large number of sets of data,...

Work Experience and site tours in Construction: Employer Guidance

This work experience and site tour guide has been written for employers linked to the construction sector. It provides:

  • information on how to run a site visit, including a suggested timetable
  • activity suggestions for a one week work experience
  • guidance for planning workplace events...

Who wants that job

In this resource from the Construction Youth Trust, students are asked to identify, explore and understand labour market information related to specific roles and familiarise themselves with various STEM-related roles offered within the construction industry. The materials have been written to help a...

Speed networking session

This resource from the Construction Youth Trust contains guidance on running a carousel format careers event, whereby a range of different skilled industry participants host a table and facilitate conversations with students. The materials have been written to help non-teaching STEM professionals to work with...

Webinar: Why civil engineering? Saving lives. 8 October 2020 and recorded

The ICE Inspiration Series provides a complete online careers programme for students and educational establishments who want to explore the rewarding and diverse world of civil engineering careers.

Each event will feature real life civil engineers telling...

Webinar: Why civil engineering? Engineering a better environment. 24 September 2020 and recorded

The ICE Inspiration Series provides a complete online careers programme for students and educational establishments who want to explore the rewarding and diverse world of civil engineering careers.

Each event will feature real life civil engineers telling...

Fact sheets

These fact sheets, from the National Physical Laboratory, are ideal posters for the classroom. They include illustrations and images to accompany the text. The following curriculum areas are covered: 

  • Acoustics: sound, frequency and ultrasound
  • Einstein: relativity, mass energy relation and...

Tinkering as an inclusive approach for building STEM identity and supporting students facing disadvantage or with low science capital: Considerations from a reflective practice experience with teachers

Engaging with Tinkering is a highly stimulating and complex experience and invites rich reflections from museum practitioners and teachers. "Tinkering as an inclusive approach for building STEM identity and supporting students facing disadvantage or with low science capital” presents the...

Sensing: delivery guide for AS and A level physics

This booklet contains a range of suggested teaching activities and contexts for teaching about sensors at A level. Curriculum links include current, potential difference, resistance, conductance, e.m.f., power, potential divider, circuits, symbols, electrical characteristics, potential dividers, resistivity,...

Charlie & the C Monsters

‘Charlie & the C Monsters’ is a free 6m: 40s film (or series of 1m short films) and a print-your-own A4 16-page comic/colouring book that explain without words what you need to know about how Covid-19 is spread and prevented. With a story by ...

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