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A rocket vehicle for cross-curricular STEM

The STOMP air rocket provides a cheap, safe, simple and fun way to get some experimentation done outside the classroom using simple measurement tools such as a protractor, stop watch and tape measure.  The captured data allows predictions to be made in the same way Galileo did - and even to find a value for g...

Publication date:
14 July 2015

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iSTEM+ an ETEP response to STEM Skills shortage 5-19

The Engineering & Technology Education Partnership, based at the IET, has developed a bottom-up strategy for an embedded approach to STEM through cross-curricular practical group projects at each Key Stage. This iSTEM+ approach fosters an integrated approach to STEM and other subjects, such as Computing,...

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13 July 2015

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Getting going with GeoGebra

In 2012 a subgroup from the Computing At School Group was established to write an Educational Manual to accompany the Raspberry Pi. This was published and can be found at http://store.raspberrypi.com/projects/casmanual. Two of the chapters were withheld...

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13 July 2015

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STEM using still and video images

Materials for a KS2/3 CPD cross-curricular session on using free tools for manipulating and data-capture from digital images and video clips.

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01 July 2015

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AstroPi Code Sheet

Code cheat sheet for the AstroPi HAT add on board

Publication date:
27 May 2015

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A guide to Ohbot

Ohbot is a new build-it-yourself educational robot which models some of the physical movements of the human head from the neck up.  It can nod and turn its plastic head, open its mouth, turn its eyes and raise its eyebrows - all controlled by servo motors and linkages.  Programming is in a Scratch-based system...

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12 May 2015

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Introduction to Pseudocode with minions

This set of resources I have used as an introduction to pseudo code and how the sequence of instructions would look to move my minion Stuart around the game squares and collect bananas.

I have included the extension sheet, scaffolding sheet, workbook and PowerPoint with interactive animation to show movement...

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08 May 2015

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Python Games

Worksheets produced for a 1 hour open session on Python programming at a Raspberry Jam style event. To provide options for a wide range of prior experience there were three options to choose from:

  • Codecademy Python tutorials - for absolute beginners requiring a lot of support and guidance
  • Maths...
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04 May 2015

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Peer Reviewing Hinge-Point Questions: Exemplars

To support you in writing your feedback we have provided three example responses to Step 3.8, with feedback. Take account of the examples when you provide your own feedback, but at the same time, don’t treat these as “model peer reviews”. You may also find it useful to remind yourself with the quizzes in Steps 3.3...

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23 April 2015

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Computer graphics with Geogebra

Workshop notes, presentation and files on using the free GeoGebra graphical software for graphics and design.

Adrian Oldknow   adrian@ccite.org  14th April 2015

 

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20 April 2015

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