This session will explore the links between STEM and sustainable development education global goals, global citizenship, outdoor learning and children’s rights. It is aimed at all practitioners (Early Years, Primary, Secondary, Post-16, CLD, local authority central teams and RIC) within the Northern Alliance region. The online event takes place Tuesday, [...]
Read this article in The Conversation (11 October 2021) To save forests, researchers are hooking trees up to Twitter’. It describes the Witness Tree project. This research helps us understand how trees are affected by environmental change, through individual tree stories.
Sign up for a series of free, curriculum-linked live lessons covering topics including biodiversity, the carbon cycle, and the effects of extreme weather on farmers. These lessons take place 1-4 November, are suitable for ages 11-16, and could be linked to your class outdoor fieldwork.
This example of practice demonstrates the rich STEM learning opportunities on offer at Sunflower Family Nurture Centre for children, families and the wider community. It shows how children experience STEM and how it is woven through the environment for learning, planned experiences, family learning and parenting programmes.