Welcome

 

 

*This blog is no longer in use. We now have a STEM Section on Education Scotland’s Learning Blog.

Click on the link below to access it.

https://blogs.glowscotland.org.uk/glowblogs/eslb/tag/stem/

 

Welcome to the STEM Central blog. 

You will be able to find up to date information relating to Scottish engineering which support the delivery of STEM – Sciences, Technologies, Engineering and Mathematics – subjects in the classroom.

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  One Response to “Welcome”

  1. Congratulations to everyone involved in STEM Central. I think this is exactly what the science teaching community has been waiting for as an exemplification of how to apply the capacities and principles of CfE to science laboratory-based teaching.

    Everything here links so well with the Science Principles and Practice paper and shows how the science Es and Os can capture relevant literacy and numeracy Es&Os as well as providing legitimate opportunities for purposeful interdisciplinary work.

    I’m very pleased to see that the Es and Os have not been atomised into too many learning intentions and success criteria and that the extremely important message about the need to identify opportunities to gather evidence of learning at the topic planning stage is so prominent.

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