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In-service Training Pack

This in-service training pack, from the Centre for Science Education, was developed to help subject leaders to make effective use of the Engineering a Better World resources. The aims of the pack are to:

*enable leading teachers to develop their team's experience and expertise when integrating engineering...

Mini Robot Wars

Mini Robot Wars, from the Centre for Science Education, is a set of teaching materials which offer a cross-curricular approach to learning about engineering. Students build a small Robot Wars type robot controlled by an umbilical chord and two forward and reverse...

Medical Emergencies

Medical Emergencies, from the Centre for Science Education, is a set of teaching materials which offer a cross-curricular approach to learning about engineering. Students design and make a hanging storage device that could, ideally, be folded up to make a rucksack or...

Solar Detectives

Solar Detectives, from the Centre for Science Education, is a set of teaching materials which offer a cross-curricular approach to learning about engineering. Students build and modify a model solar car and research the science and mathematics underlying the use of...

Protecting Your Head

Protecting Your Head, from the Centre for Science Education, is a set of teaching materials which offer a cross-curricular approach to learning about engineering. The context for the activities is the design of head protection for snowboarders where the risk of injury...

F1 Challenge

F1 Challenge, from the Centre for Science Education, is a set of teaching materials which offer a cross-curricular approach to learning about engineering. Students build and modify a model F1 car based on ideas used for the F1 in Schools competitions. These ideas can be...

Journey to Etna

Produced by Teachers TV, this video shows Clive Oppenheimer, a volcanologist working on the latest techniques to monitor and predict volcanic eruptions. He demonstrates his work at Mount Etna, an active volcano in Sicily. Volcanic eruptions pose a real threat to communities living nearby. At their most...

How Science Works: Asthma on the Run

From Teachers TV, this takes a look into the research of biochemist Ceri Harrop. She specialises in respiratory medicine and developing new treatments for people with breathing difficulties.

As part of Ceri's...

How Science Works: Chasing the Wind

In this video, produced by Teachers TV, Dr Maggie Aderin leads a team launching an instrument into orbit to read atmospheric wind patterns, in order to help assess the impact of climate change. Measuring the Earth's wind patterns with this project will help to form a...

How Science Works: Engineering Gold

Part of the How Science Works series from Teachers TV, this video shows how Professor Peter Styring came up with a design for self-lubricating skis. Discover what stringent tests he performed before achieving the finished product of a possible gold medal winning ski...

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