NEW PROFESSIONAL LEARNING RESOURCE LAUNCHED: Improving diversity in STEM pathways and jobs
- FREE resource which will benefit conversations you have with senior phase pupils about STEM course choices.
- The aim is to provide you with stimulus for discussion, reflection and action to encourage a greater number of learners from diverse backgrounds into STEM pathways and jobs.
- See how other schools have used this resource.
Click here to access the resource and a short introduction video: Improving diversity in STEM pathways and jobs – STEM Nation (glowscotland.org.uk)
Seisean Fiosrachaidh Prògram Duais Nàisean STEM/ STEM nation award information session for Gaelic Schools – Tues 23rd May 16:00 – 17:00
Bidh an seisean seo a’ toirt iomradh air Prògram Duais Nàisean STEM, a’ toirt a-steach buannachdan is nàdar a’ phrògraim. Bidh cothroman ann airson luchd-obrach beachdan a dheasbad ’s dùbhlannan a dh’fhaodadh a bhith ann aithneachadh. Bidh an seisean seo na ùidh do luchd-obrach ann am Foghlam tro Mheadhan na Gàidhlig.
This session will provide an introduction to the STEM Nation Award Programme, including the benefits and nature of the programme. There will be opportunities for practitioners to discuss ideas and identify potential challenges. This session will be of interest to practitioners in Gaelic Medium Education
Secondary Science Network: BGE Meet – Tues 16th May 16:45 – 17:45
Looking to develop your BGE? Come along to share practice, hear new ideas and collaborate.
Secondary Sciences Network: N1 – N3 STEM resources from Open Tay – Tues 23rd May 16:00 – 17:00
Come along to hear about Open Tay Learning– an interactive, free resource bank, for teachers and learners which aims to promote attainment and recognise the achievement of learners in STEM subjects at National 1-3 levels.
This flexible resource bank can be used by teachers and learners to support learning, either in school or at a place of their choosing Sign up here: N1 – N3 STEM resources from Open Tay (hosted by Secondary Sciences Network) Tickets, Tue 23 May 2023 at 16:00 | Eventbrite