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- Education Secretary announces campaign to attract more STEM teachers
- Raising attainment sharing practice event – Wed 28th October
- Our Environment competition – learn about your local area and win prizes!
- Get learning provides real-life data about air quality and Scotland’s Environment
- Free circuit simulation for technology departments
- Watch the BBC master class with Chris Van der Kuyl
- Teachers writing materials for Advanced Higher Engineering Science on Glow
Numeracy and mathematics
- Reminder to sign up for the National Numeracy and Mathematics hub sessions
- STEM club resources for students aged 10-14 years from Nrich
- Project based maths units from Intel
- Skills development in STEM subjects
Did you know…….?
The Ultimate STEM Challenge is a new competition run by BP, the Science Museum and STEMNET.
Looking at gender balance in STEM subjects – key research findings, influencing factors and useful resources to promote gender equality.
New resources from OPAL & Scotland’s Environment about collecting environmental data.
We’ve got loads more news to share! See our STEM blog for the latest updates.
Education Scotland News autumn edition now available
We are pleased to inform you that the autumn edition of Education Scotland News is now available, providing the latest information on some of our key activities across the sectors, from the early years to adult learning.
This edition has a particular focus on Developing the Young Workforce and contains some useful articles on the Scottish Attainment Challenge, How good is our school? (4th EDITION) and the National Improvement Framework.
Visit the Education Scotland website today to view and download the latest Education Scotland News.