STEM

Teachable Machines anyone?

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Colleagues, I am delighted to be piloting an early workshop in the next stage of the ARU/BU augmented reality work for STEM students. This is at the ALDinHE National Conference, please do follow/ support us at #aldcon Design, Create, Evaluate: can a ‘teachable machine’ help learners learn? Mike Hobbs and Elaine Brown, Anglia Ruskin University; Debbie… Read more »

Booklet: ‘Employability development for HE mathematics and statistics: case studies of successful practice’

Colleagues, apologies for cross posting: ==== From: The sigma network for cross-university mathematics and statistics support <SIGMA-NETWORK@JISCMAIL.AC.UK> on behalf of Rowlett, Peter <P.Rowlett@SHU.AC.UK> Sent: 14 September 2017 15:00 To: SIGMA-NETWORK@JISCMAIL.AC.UK Subject: Employability development for HE mathematics and statistics: case studies of successful practice Dear all, You may be aware that part of the activity of the sigma Network Employability SIG was… Read more »

CELebrate 2017: Motivating the unmotivated

Motivating the unmotivated: a case study in STEM, Debbie Holley Abstract: A significant issue for STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) students, is where employers, government  and higher education policy makers have identified a lack of preparation in crucial soft skill areas such as presentations and team working. Moving first year gaming and computer science… Read more »