The Primary STEM Team invites you to join them for STEM ar Scoil.
This live series supports STEM engagement in both school and blended learning contexts. It will focus on key elements in the teaching, learning and assessment of STEM such as thematic planning, integration, inquiry and playful pedagogies. Each workshop will explore ideas and resources, designed to ignite enthusiasm for rich STEM learning.
The webinar will be hosted via Zoom. All participants must register in advance. Further instructions on how to attend the event will be emailed to those who register. Places will be allocated on a first come first served basis so book early to avoid disappointment.
Date: 29th September Time: 7 - 8pm
Taking account of current COVID-19 guidelines, investigate a variety of safe, rich, accessible activities for all. This workshop will provide ideas for inquiry and playful learning experiences in pods and bubbles.
Date: 20th October Time: 7 - 8 pm
Break down the walls of your classroom and consider the learning opportunities for STEM that the outdoors provide. Enhance your STEM senses through trails, investigations and challenges in the open air.
Date: 10th November Time: 7 - 8 pm
Explore innovations and ingenuity in the world around us and consider their relevance in the daily lives of our pupils. Develop thematic, cross-curricular ideas for classroom learning experiences, inspired by examples of STEM in our world.
Workshop Three Resources - Coming Soon
Date: 10th December Time: 7 - 8 pm
Release your creativity with this festive exploration of integrated approaches in teaching, learning & assessment. The changing of the seasons offers opportunities to examine thematic approaches to STEM from an imaginative, skills-based perspective.
Workshop Four Resources - Coming Soon
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