Self-Paced CPD: STEM Clubs – Surviving and Thriving
February 21st 2022

Self-Paced CPD: STEM Clubs – Surviving and Thriving

This online workshop is for teachers and technicians who have been involved in running a STEM Club for two or more years in a UK primary or secondary school. The course explores key considerations of running a STEM club in the long term. Focusing on identifying the factors needed to support club progress and develop a club improvement plan that aids student learning, engages senior management, and provides a firm foundation to strengthen, advance and revitalise the aims of your club.

Course attendees will conduct a club audit to identify both strengths and weaknesses and use the information to create a club improvement plan that is supportive of the school improvement plan and STEM agenda.   

The course is self-paced over 1 calendar month (average 9 hours) and has 6 modules:

  1. Reflecting on your club
  2. Developing engaging activities
  3. Stretching students’ capabilities
  4. Being visible
  5. Funding
  6. Measuring impact

Click here to find out more and choose your start date!

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