An engaging, practical way for teachers to deliver the fundamentals of electronics.
'Electronics Everywhere' is an engaging and practical way for teachers to deliver the fundamental electronics/electrical parts of the curriculum. It is focused on raising attainment in A Level computing and physics, as well as promoting electronics.
Each school is provided with a classroom set of 10 curriculum-linked boards free of charge for physics and computer science.
The training for teachers is generally online, though there may be the potential for short face-to-face training sessions where possible.
Explainer videos are also provided online, along with extension work.
The project is a collaboration between the UKESF and the University of Southampton. Based on teacher feedback, 'Electronics Everywhere' is effective and resonates with teachers.
Minimum of 2 participants, maximum of 30 participants.
Boards are loaned, free of charge, to state schools.
'Electronics Everywhere' is aligned to computing and physics A Levels and higher. The material covers around 4 to 6 lessons.
Improve engagement, interest or enjoyment in STEM subjects
Improve attainment and progress in STEM subjects
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