Primary Voices anniversary gave us a chance to look at out impact. The numbers speak for themselves. Lets not forget there are also self led options and materials on our Primary Voice page.
It is always nice to get a thank you, and ever better when it is accompanied by a great resource for students with Special Educational Needs (SEN).
‘thanks for everything you do to make sure everyone has their needs met in the classroom. My experience taught me that students with special needs are capable of learning the same learning objectives as their peers, they just need additional resources or a different teaching approach.
While I am no longer in the classroom, I am still passionate about equitable education and learning opportunities for children, specifically in the STEM fields of study, and that’s how I came across your work. I just assembled a list of STEM resources for kids with special needs, https://www.bitira.com/crypto-stem-for-kids-with-special-needs/; it offers a range of options and approaches for parents and educators alike. ‘
Thankyou Alexandra it is now on our http://engineeringtogether.com/fun-at-home/ page.
Check out the online content which showcases many of our great companies.
Primary Voices partnered up with Durham University to bring us some workshop / activities which link into the MATHS curriculum. These real life examples by Iona really bring climate change to life for students.
Check them out…
The Energy-Balance Model https://youtu.be/W5Yez7ShPsA
Melting Ice https://youtu.be/75PcsagXa9Q
Carbon Footprints https://youtu.be/1kNIdAVx2uI
We often get some great feedback and some fabulous new web pages to share from our users.
One home schooling Mom said “As a new home school Mom this year, the Engineering Together site has been such an incredible resource for me and my daughter. She’s been struggling in Science and I was able to use the Fun at Home page to find some great science and STEM resources. Feeling extra grateful for the Engineering Together site! It’s made such a difference in our home school journey together.”
One of the main things we get asked about is career routes and in particular apprenticeships. Our Chair is part of the North East Apprentice Ambassador Network (NEAAN) which champions all things related. At the end of 2021 the network gathered lots of experiences showing the breadth of opportunities for young people in the North East and also how employers can get involved.
Watch here https://youtu.be/hqZ5p4giwsA
“The Engineering Together Fun at Home page is the perfect resource for families looking for fun and educational activities. It’s filled with new and unique activities if you’re looking for something fun to do as a family at home! The team always keeps the page updated too, so you can continuously check back for something new.
The last year has been quite the challenge with Coronavirus, so to be able to find up to date pages filled with family activities is so helpful. My family is actually having a get together tomorrow to try out these fun activities all together! I can’t thank the team at Engineering Together enough for their support. If you find a fun activity feel free to send it over to them – they are so friendly! “
-Allie C. and Family
And thanks to them we have another fabulous link to Exploring STEM Education: A Resource Guide – College Cliffs on our Fun at Home – Engineering Together page
Thanks to Zane for pointing us in the direction of Computer Games and Experiments: A STEM Guide – Router Admin (router-admin.net) which has lots of exciting things you can do on your computer
Our Chair has made it to the Institution of Civil Engineers Pitch 200 final with her creative short video.
See all shortlisted entries here – Pitch 200 | Institution of Civil Engineers (ice.org.uk)
Watch Paula’s pitch here –