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Welcome to the STEM Community.  It's a safe, professional space for you to collaborate with fellow professionals to find solutions which unlock your potential. As members of the community, you can build a supportive network and explore ways to improve the quality of your teaching.  It's your STEM Community, there's so much that you - the members - will learn from each other and we are here to learn from you too!  We'll encourage you, stimulate some discussion and, from time to time, signpost some useful things.  We're excited to find out what you will discover and share with your fellow members...

Primary News

  • Posted in: Primary STEM

    Megan Milarski is an MSc student researcher in the Department of Education at the University of Oxford conducting a research study that aims to explore how young people engage with science in their everyday ...

  • Posted in: Primary STEM

    Usually, we add events to the events section, but when it's one of our members who is presenting, we like to shout about it. @Katherine Forsey is giving a talk on 29th April exploring the environmental ...

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    Good luck to our fellow member @Jo Montgomery who is presenting in the Great Science Share tomorrow - hope it goes well Jo :-) There's still time to register and join Jo to find out about the range ...

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Secondary & FE News

  • Posted in: 11-19 Science

    The Institution of Engineering & Technology (IET) is broadcasting a series of special STEM-themed magazine programmes online via YouTube to celebrate its 150th anniversary this month. To celebrate ...

  • Posted in: 11-19 Science

    Some news from @Nicholas Souter about an article on designing a lego microscope (thank you to Nicholas for sharing) This abstract and the conclusion within this paper looks as if it will be useful/of ...

  • Posted in: 11-19 Science

    A message from Kathryn Boast, University of Oxford I'm an outreach officer at Oxford University, and I run a competition that challenges 16-18s to make a two-minute video about an "Unsung Hero of Science". ...