Many people believe coding is the key to future careers, but so few young people are developing these skills. Tabi Bude shows how a new initiative, the Wonder Robot, is teaching students to code in a fun and playful way.
Alexandra Riley reports on some new research, highlighting five key ways for school leaders to make maths work for both children and teachers.
Bringing Zombies, Harry Potter and Disney fairy tales into the classroom is a great way of sparking imagination and allowing children to find meaning in STEM activities. Edward Kang and Amy Schwartzbach-Kang share how their work is inspiring children to love learning about science and maths.
Traditional approaches to science, technology, engineering and maths seem to be missing the crucial element of arts and imagination. Becky Sage shows how some new technology is bringing interdisciplinary and creative thinking to the science classroom.
Becky Sage shows how new technology is bringing interdisciplinary and creative thinking to the science classroom, opening up new opportunities for students to use their imaginations and make connections.
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