Learning To Be An Engineer

This research published by the Royal Academy of Engineering and the University of Winchester’s Centre for Real-World Learning found that schools that adapted their teaching to encourage students to develop ‘engineering habits of mind’ reaped the benefits not just in science and maths, but in pupils’ communication skills, artistic ability and confidence to engage in class discussions. Leadership Briefing 11.08(128)

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