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STEM Careers

This set of resources, published by the Centre for Science Education, offers career guidance for potential and current STEM students, their teachers and advisers. The resources include guidance tools for encouraging Key Stage Three students to take up STEM subjects, a guide to work placements and four profiles of...

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2010 to date

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Young Archaeologists' Club

The Young Archaeologists' Club (YAC) was established in 1972. It has grown since then and is now part of the Council for British Archaeology (CBA). The Club now has over 3,000 members across the UK and beyond who subscribe to the exclusive magazine Young Archaeologist. There are also around 70 local YAC Branches...

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2000 - 2009

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Looking Ahead: STEM Careers Videos

Careers4u.tv is a library of video case studies designed to expand students' horizons, excite them about their future working lives and motivate them to obtain the skills and qualifications needed to achieve their goals.

Each case study interview looks at a different STEM-related career. They cover what the...

Publication date:
2010 to date

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STEM Fairs

STEM Fairs offer wide and varied opportunities to expand students’ views of the world of STEM. This collection of resources, provided by the British Science Association, with support from Intel Education, includes practical help for teachers to get the most out of a STEM Fair. The materials offer advice applicable...

Publication date:
2010 to date

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Careers Resources

Many of BP's educational resources provide insights into a wide range of career routes. The materials support the teaching of subject concepts, and also help young people to see how STEM subject knowledge contributes to achievement of technological and engineering goals in business and industry.

Publication date:
2010 to date

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Applying Science Teaching Resources

A set of ten video case studies that illustrate a range of technician roles that use science and mathematics. The examples feature young college students and apprentices who talk about their area of study or work and who have a clear career route in mind. The case studies cover: * Animal care * Dispensing optics *...

Publication date:
2010 to date

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Experimenting with Industry

The ‘Experimenting with Industry’ series was published in the mid-1980s when it presented industry-related science practicals for schools. It was developed as part of a 'teachers into industry' project organised by The Association for Science Education (ASE) on behalf of The Standing Conference on Schools' Science...

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1980 - 1989

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Future Morph

Future Morph is the Science Council's careers website designed to provide information for young people, their parents and teachers about the jobs available from studying science and maths. It aims to show young people that studying science and maths post-16 can provide them with the skills and knowledge valuable in...

Publication date:
2000 - 2009

7 resources
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Science at Work 14-16

Science at Work was a set of resources originally developed in Manchester as a response to the needs of students staying in school up to the age of 16 following the Raising of the School Leaving Age (RoSLA). This was needed to replace a relatively successful non-examination course in 'Technology' that had been...

Publication date:
1980 - 1989

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Schools Council Integrated Science Project (SCISP)

The Schools Council Integrated Science Project (SCISP) was developed to meet the needs of the able 13-16 year old student. The accompanying GCE O level assessment led to a double certification. The sample scheme of work was devised and published in the early 1970s on the assumption that an average of one-fifth of a...

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1970 - 1979

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