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Rescuing the World One Drone at a Time
Students at Burgess Hill Girls have seen great success from their design of a rescue drone in an international competition aiming to inspire interest in STEM projects. Physics teacher Karen Bishop shares the logistics and rewards of participating in extra-curricular competitions.
Reconsidering Maths as a Creative Discipline
Creativity is at the heart of mathematical practice, with models, images and symbols providing a foundation for solving problems, building empathy and considering others’ points of view. Josh Lury offer some tactics for approaching math problems while deepening creativity.
Motivating for Maths Mastery
Using elements of play and independent and self-directed learning, all within a game-based framework, Bebington High has found a way to inspire students who are behind in maths. Christine Edge-Sayer shows how her school has successfully engaged and supported their most reluctant students.
Deepening Human Intelligence Alongside AI
Navigating the new landscape of Artificial Intelligence has its challenges, but Professor Rose Luckin believes it’s possible for humans and machines to successfully co-exist, as long as we keep our humanity in the foreground.
Setting the Stage for Success in Essay Construction
Synthesising information from multiple sources can be a big challenge for students constructing essays. Andrew Shenton and Melanie Wood share a method for supporting sixth formers to develop this important skill.
Making it Current
There are major events happening in the world today, making it more important than ever to incorporate current affairs regularly in young people’s lives. This regular feature of online resources shares some tools and initiatives that bring current affairs to life and make them relevant to students.
Modelling Money Matters – Financial Literacy at Primary School
Financial literacy is an important part of being successful and well-educated. Daniel Ching and Julian Wright show how primary-aged pupils are learning valuable lessons that enhance the maths curriculum and give them the tools to excel later in life.
Paving the Way for Physics Progress
In our ongoing exploration of the national curriculum, science specialist Ed Walsh looks at the objectives for Key Stage 3 physics and summarises the best ways of approaching them.
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