Physics Based Digital Technology Hands-on Programme

Physics Based Digital Technology Hands-on Programme

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London South Bank University

103 Borough Road

London

SE1 0AA

United Kingdom

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Physics Based Digital Technology Hands-on Programme for Secondary School Students and Teachers

About this event

We are delighted to announce the starting of our exciting project, Physics Based Digital Technology Hands-on Programme, here in the School of Engineering, London South Bank University. This is a three year programme funded by the Institute of Physics (IOP) Challenge Fund. The aim of this project is to promote physics and digital technologies among secondary school students. In this project, we will run a series of short, hands-on tasting programme will be targeted for 14-16 years old, with a priority for people from disadvantaged background. It will be initially 2-day long, and later 5-day long. It will provide an inside view of physics used in the modern world and practical digital skills needed for their future career. Through engaging with the schools, young people and the general public, we aim to play our part in solving the STEM skills shortage, to stimulate interests in studying Physics among young people and to demonstrate the impact of Physics on people’s lives.

Visit the project website for more details.

You are cordially invited to join the 2-day hand-on workshop programme. This event will repeats 4 times (or 4 sessions):

Session 1: August 22 -23, 9:30am - 16pm (FULL)

Session 2: August 24-25, 9:30am - 16pm ( FULL)

Session 3: August 30- 31, 9:30am - 16pm (FULL)

Session 4: September 1-2, 9:30am - 16pm (FULL)

When you register for the event, please specify which session you will attend, all the sessions are the same, so you just need to choose one session. You will also need to provide your information such as, teacher or students, school year, and school name. This event is open and free to secondary school students and teachers, with a main focus on 14-16 years old, other age group may be considered if places are available.

The following is the tentative programme content and schedule.

Please complete this Online Survey to help us improve the programme after you finish the session.

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