Results for "problem solving" (38)

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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Get to work with science and technology

'Get to work with science and technology' is a fascinating new narrative nonfiction series that introduces readers to the real-world applications of STEM subjects.From analysing data, to using tools and technology, readers will be excited to see how real-life scientists and engineers solve problems every day...
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TeenTech Awards

The TeenTech Awards challenge young people to develop their own  ideas to make life 'better,simpler,safer or more fun' using science,technology and engineering. Register now to recieve the full Teacher Pack with plans for how to run the project over 8 lessons . Projects need to be submitted by March...

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Water: a calculated resource in mathematics

There are many water-based problems to be found in mathematics classrooms. How many times have you posed questions about filling up water containers, and then matching them with a depth-time graph?Then there is the well-known problem below:Two friends who have an eight-quart jug of water wish to share it evenly. They also have two empty jars, one...

What can the government, industries and universities do to improve the female uptake of engineering?

Since 2012, the National Centre for Universities and Business’ Talent 2030 project has been measuring the number of females studying physics at GCSE and A level. “Less than 8% of UK engineers are women. If we don’t work together to increase that number, the UK’s potential to lead the world in manufacturing and...

STEMNET

STEMNET creates opportunities to inspire young people in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). Resources help young people to develop their creativity, problem-solving and employability skills. STEMNET helps encourage young people to be well informed about STEM career opportunities and to engage...
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2010 to date

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How being an apprentice changed my life

Being a Trainee Laboratory Technician at STEM Learning is inspirational to say the least.Every day is an opportunity to learn, whether it be through asking questions, attending the many exciting courses on offer within the National STEM Learning Centre, or discovering and researching new ways to represent ideas around the STEM subjects.During my first year...

Nuclear Power Design Engineer: David Bennett

This STEMNET resource describes the background and career of STEM Ambassador David Bennett, a design engineer at a nuclear power station. David's role is to ensure that any modifications made to the nuclear power plant improve safety and efficiency. He started work after gaining a degree in Mechanical Engineering...
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Telecomms support - Leah

Leah studied AS maths and IT and A level psychology and computing. Despite starting a computing degree, she subsequently realised that the Telecoms Support Apprenticeship Pathway suited her learning style more appropriately. She is now working as an apprentice at Azzuri, working to support customers and solve problems...
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Placement: University of Nottingham, NottinghamTY851

Location: School of Medicine, University of Nottingham, Royal Derby Hospital Centre, Uttoxeter Road, Derby DE22 3DT. Five day placements are available during term times. Exact dates can be found at http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/about/keydates/ Each placement is supported by a £1000 ENTHUSE bursary. To express your...

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