STEMNetworking Resource Bank
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This link will take you to my writer profile, and a list of my articles on Suite 101, an on-line magazine.
Besides being an ambassador, I like to spread the word about the fun you can have with science by writing articles containing lesson plans, resources, and ideas for science activities to engage children with science.
There are articles on a range of topics, currently including:
Whole class projects linking to sustainability - Build a recycles bottle greenhouse
Suggested reading for children and teenagers - Cool Science Books
Physics - Balancing Butterflies, Light and Colour, Egg Box Monsters
Scientific Enquiry - Balloon Racing
Chemistry - Conduction, Convection and Radiation
Biology - Useful Ideas for Teaching Cell Structure
Articles are added on a regular basis, so please bookmark the page, and check back for updates!
Dr D's Science Days offers hands-on interactive activity days for Primary School pupils.
There are currently 3 different 'off the peg' activities, each of which introduces an area of science while encouraging development of scientific enquiry skills:
Wave Hello! - Investigate the properties of waves through light and music.
My Mate Bert - explore the human body by meeting Bert, the life sized skeleton, and playing lots of interactive games!
What's the Matter? - Take a close up look at the properties of matter using a digital microscope, and investigate the differences between solids, liquids and gases through drama.
Schools can also request a bespoke activity to fit with their current curriculum focus, or as part of a themed activity day / week.
Physics is about natural phenomena. A very broad description using vague terms. Fair enough but it actually encapsulates what Physics is all about: the natural world. By natural we mean anything and everything that can be experienced and measured by our senses or extensions of our senses. Essentially, things we can see, hear, smell, touch and taste and which we can quantify or measure is what constitute our natural world.
Any natural occurrences or phenomena of this world can be analysed and described by physics.
Electrolights is about explaining those day to day phenomena in simple terms and showing that physics, though mindboggling sometimes, is really about the basic things in life.
These are very useful links for parents, students and teachers who want to know more about the skills and qualifications needed to work in the Visual Effects industry and to find out more about the careers opportunities too.
Keywords: Visual effects, ICT, Computer Science, Coding, Science, Maths, Computing
The UEA Management society was set up in 2010 to help bridge the gap between local businesses and students at UEA.
Aimed at KS3, GCSE and A-Level, the free interactive Periodic Table allows students to learn about the elements, groups and compounds and bring them to life. You can even test them out in the Reaction Zone!
Chemistry is all around us – it's part of everything we do, eat, wear and use – this resource brings the 'everyday' aspects of chemistry to life!