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Creative Computing with Scratch

This resource from the MIT team where Scratch originated consists of a teacher guide and student workbook. The teacher guide begins with the very basics, for those who have never used the programming environment. Using videos and hands-on activities, you will gain confidence and explore how to use Scratch with your...
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This heat regulating clothing has a secret ingredient: bacteria.

High performance sports clothing is big business. Athletes, both professional and amateur, are willing to spend big money on garments that can help improve athletic performance by improving comfort, keeping the body cool/warm or helping with recovery. Well, athletes may soon be able to get a helping hand from an...


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Petition calling for expressive arts to be included in the EBacc

There is currently a petition on the parliament website calling for expressive arts to be included in the EBacc. The campaign, which has been backed by the D&T Association and the Bacc for the Future campaign, has so far received over 100,000 signatures and is going to be debated in Parliament on Monday 4 July at...

Psychology of Attraction - Who do we like and Why?

A workshop plan and resources backed up by notes of related scientific studies that were developed by Cinelive and Professor Viren Swami of Anglia Ruskin University.These were delivered as part of 'What's the Grey Matter with Gregory?', an immersive arts/science project delivered across the UK in 2015/2016...
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13 June 2016

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Attracting Hormones - What and Who do we like?

A series of resources developed by Cinelive alongside Professor Dave Hornby of the University of Sheffield, Professor Frank Hucklebridge of the University of Westminster and Professor John Wass of Oxford University.These resources provide the opportunity for a group to explore the history of our appreciation of...
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13 June 2016

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BBC micro:bit

For teachers using the BBC micro:bit in the classroom, this group is the place to share ideas, resources, links and news. 


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Burning questions display board (learning board)

The purpose of it is for the pupils to write a 'burning question' on a post-it note and place it onto the board. The question could be about the topic they are learning or just something that they are curious about, the pupil could also write a question he or she knows the answer to or a question they don...


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Challenges In A box

Please see www.dwiller.com for an up to date listing of these challenges which are free to download and use. I alos have some kits which can be made available in Coventry and Warwickshire free of charge.
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06 February 2017

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Silent Signal: Exploring Biomedical Science

These resources were developed to compliment the award winning Silent Signal project, funding by the Wellcome Trust and Garfield Weston Foundation. They include interactive lesson plans that explore the societal, ethical, and cultural aspects of biomedical science including immunology, infections, genetics,...
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21 February 2017

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Curiosity Hub - Creative Science, Technology, Engineering, Art & Maths Workshops

Curiosity Hub provides engaging in-school STEM enrichment workshops for all Key Stages, complementing the National Curriculum in:ScienceComputing/Computer ScienceMathsDesign & Technology
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Our workshops allow you to get ‘hands-on’ and explore technology in an interactive learning...

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