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HEaTED magazine

Published termly, the HEaTED magazines bring together information, ideas and resources to support technicians in FE and HE institutions. The magazines also highlight resources and professional development opportunities.

Barefoot computing

The Barefoot Computing project is helping teachers to teach the computer science elements of the new primary computing curriculum. This collection contains the free, high-quality resources produced by the project, comprising of teacher guides and activity sheets.

The project uses a range of approaches to a...

EO Detective 11-14

These resources link to elements of the geography, while supporting aspects of science, maths and computing. Using early astronaut photographs, and more recent satellite images, they provide opportunities to discuss the advantages and disadvantages of using each method for remote sensing. The main activity is based...

EO Detective 14-16

These resources use real satellite data from different parts of the electromagnetic spectrum to provide an introduction to scientific image processing techniques. They link to elements of GCSE science specifications as well as supporting aspects of the curriculum for...

Looking to discuss the big, contestable questions in STEM? This collection of resources from The Economist Educational Foundation supports students to understand how the scientific and technological processes of the modern world are intertwined with political decisions and ethical calculations. They help develop...

Key stage 1

Key Stage 2

Tomorrow's Engineers careers resources are a comprehensive resource collection for everything engineering! Their resources cover both university and apprenticeship routes into engineering, helping young people to understand more about the world of engineering and learn about engineers working in real jobs.

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CanSat

These resources are to support teams entering the UK CanSat Competition or European CanSat Competition.  Details of how to enter the competition can be found through https://www.stem.org.uk/esero/cansat for the UK competition, and ...

The BBC micro:bit is a credit sized computer based on a highly popular and high performance ARM processor. The device is designed by a group of 29 partners for use in...

MagPi

MagPi is the official Raspberry Pi magazine. Articles range from beginner guides through to advanced programming and physical computing projects. Many of the articles are of use to teachers using Raspberry Pi computers - these have been selected and are contained within this collection.

BrickPi

The BrickPi is an add-on board for the Raspberry Pi. It is used to interface with Lego Mindstorms sensors and motors to create robots and other projects. This small collection includes practical tips to get started.

Kids get coding

'Kids get coding' ...

CS4FN Magazine

The cs4fn magazine is a magazine on the fun side of all things to do with computer science. The authors write up computing research in a fun and accessible way that puts across their enthusiasm for the subject. Unplugged computing, computational thinking and practical applications of computers in many areas are...

This collection of sample teacher guides is from Damien Kee, who works with teachers and students around the world to improve teaching with robots. The resources can get you up-and-running using a range of robotics platforms in the classroom, and are written in an easy-to-follow, practical style.

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