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The 6As checklist and two case studies

If you are considering taking a project based learning approach with an employer, here is a checklist of ‘6As’ that should be considered by teachers: Authenticity: Will the project engage …

Starting to work with employers

Ten years ago, the respected educationalist Guy Claxton said that, for young people, school education can be: ‘… an eleven year experience … whose net effect has been to leave …

Teacher perspective: supporting your students

As teachers of STEM subjects, Folie, Hayley, Ian and Naina share their rationale for linking curriculum learning to careers. When entering into the teaching profession, most teachers want to share …

Understanding careers education

In this step we briefly look at the wider context, thinking about the reasons for linking curriculum learning and STEM careers together. In the video, Professor Sir John Holman outlines …

Final advice and next steps

Congratulations on completing the Linking curriculum learning to STEM careers online course. This course was created to support the teaching of a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) curriculum that …

Reflecting on your professional development

During this course you have undertaken a number of tasks, contributed to discussions and reflected each week on your learning. It’s now time to pull this together to review your …

Q&A with course educators

All online CPD courses from STEM Learning provide an opportunity to ask the educators more detailed questions as part of the course Q&A session. The course educators will record responses …

Working with local employers

There are many factors that may influence your choice of who to approach to collaborate with curriculum-linked careers learning. Engaging with different employers will have associated benefits and limitations. It …
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