If you work in Science and Tech and want to help young people see the opportunities in your industry it’s helpful to understand the difference between being an inspiration and being a turn off. Research shows one off interventions may re-inforce decisions which students have already made but won’t necessarily convince the ‘floating voter’. So […]
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The final judging day for the TeenTech Awards is held at The Royal Society and attracts some of the biggest names in Science and Technology. The final in 2015 will be held on June 22nd and here’s a film about what happened last time ….
It’s time to register for the 2015 TeenTech Awards. Now in their third successful year, they are open to young people aged 11-16 ,in teams of up to three, the challenge is to look at the world and share ideas on how to make life better, simpler or easier. Category winners take home £1000 for […]
Special event at Airbus, Broughton, N.Wales for people working in education 9.45am – 3pm It’s never been more important for schools to be aware of the real needs of employers and the local economy. The world of work and the skills needed by young people to really thrive is changing fast. TeenTech Teacher events will […]