How to use this learning and assessment resource to improve practice
The pedagogical principles underpinning engineering education emphasise innovation, invention, creativity, teamwork, enterprise, perseverance and responsibility and extend the skills, attributes and capabilities of learners through the application of:
- high levels of scientific and mathematical understanding
- solution-oriented approaches
- a range of problem-solving techniques
- systems approaches
- modelling and simulations.
Learning through engineering develops young people's understanding of engineering as a career. Making the links between curriculum areas explicit to learners illustrates the interdisciplinary nature of STEM careers.
- How can we develop STEM skills, attributes and capabilities in learners, aged 3-18 years, in a progressive way?
- How can we use the STEM learning contexts provided to make learning relevant and meaningful for learners?
- How can we link learning in STEM to the Career Education Standard to help develop Scotland’s young workforce?
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You can use the 10 videos in this playlist to inspire learners to pursue careers in STEM.
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