What do you do
to inspire your students in STEM?
The main part of any TeachMeet is hearing stories from teachers and other education professionals about what works in practice. We want to know about what you do that makes your students interested in and excited about STEM - Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths.
At the STEM TeachMeet you can...
1. Give a micro presentation - 7 minutes to tell us about what you are doing to inspire students in STEM.
2. Give a nano presentation - 2 minutes to highlight one great STEM activity.
3. Be an audience participant – just come along, ask a few questions, drink the tea and soak up the inspiration.
This is a chance for education professionals to hear ideas from each other, a chance to hear about what can really make a difference. It is about being engaged and inspired by colleagues and finding out things from people you never would have heard from otherwise.
This unique event will be held at the National Space Centre. Not only do they have a unique 'touch table' (http://www.touchtable.com/products-tt45.php) showcasing STEM Careers but they also have many new exhibits.
Sarah Hill will be hosting the event on behalf of the National Space Centre and if you get there BEFORE 4pm you will have time before the meeting for you to browse the exhibits.
NOW INCLUDED.... FREE Look Deeper Resources!
The National Space Academy offers intensive CPD events delivered at the National Space Centre by outstanding teachers and share a large range of inspiring, curriculum focused hands - on activities, teaching ideas and a link to resources that can be taken back and immediately implemented in the classroom. Some CPD sessions are delivered on behalf of the Science Learning Centre East Midlands, have shared learning outcomes and follow clear evaluation and impact processes. The TeachMeet on Tuesday 3rd July will give you a mini “taster” of these sessions.
If you are able to arrive by 4pm you will be able to participate in a short tour of the centre’s facilities.
This TeachMeet is being hosted by The STEM Clubs Network, an affiliation network which gives schools to access the very latest in best practice information, professional advice, shared resources, key contacts and personal support. It is managed by STEMNET, it's free to join and it's all about STEM clubs! Join today at www.stemclubs.net/register.
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STEM clubs allow children to explore the STEM subjects (science, technology, engineering and maths) in a stimulating learning environment, free from the constraints of the curriculum.
The STEM Clubs Network is an affiliation network for schools interested in supporting STEM club activities and STEM club leader professional development. It is completely free to join and affiliation will grant you full access to www.stemclubs.net.//