Our blog is written by practitioners, for practitioners, to reflect on what research into STEM engagement means for our day-to-day practice.
To celebrate International Science Centre and Science Museum day we are launching our new animation about science capital and the informal science sector.
I’ve recently attended a training session delivered by the Science Museum’s Enterprising Science project team around science capital and how we can use it in our work.
The Enterprising Science research team at University College London and Kings College London have produced a pack of resources based on their research to help teachers engage students with science.
See the latest Enterprising Science project video animation about a science capital teaching approach, broadening what counts in the science classroom and challenging science stereotypes.
Science is a social and creative endeavour.
As a new school year starts, we look forward to welcoming our school and educational visitors again after the summer break.
See our Enterprising Science project video animation on the science capital approach to understanding science engagement.
Our Science Museum Group vision is for ‘a society that celebrates science, technology and engineering and their impact on our lives, now and in the future’. So why is this such an important cause?
When you feel connected, excited or passionate about something you have experienced or discovered, you want to share and talk about it with other people.
The Building Bridges project has been a 5-year (2012-2017) partnership between the Science Museum and secondary schools from its London partner-boroughs and Reading.