Junkbots with session plans

The results of a funding from HE STEM South West has enabled the junkbot project to go into primary schools and the material to be revised based on good practice in STEM public engagement in primary schools. 


The funding looked at adopted the ideas and practice developed previously to produce STEM activities in this case targeted at Primary schools.


Details of the work developed and a case study can be found at: http://www.hestem-sw.org.uk/project?id=16&pp=540







Details of the case study can be found at: http://projects.hestem-sw.org.uk/upload/Junkbot_june_northampton.pdf

Example session plans 


These were based on the seminars and tools from http://www.hestem-sw.org.uk/project?id=16&pp=453 and the published guide Guide to Delivering Effective STEM Public Engagement












If you would like to know more about the Junkbots project contact scott.turner@northampton.ac.uk

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