The science capital teaching approach – teacher’s pack

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. The Science Capital Teaching Approach  – engaging students with science, promoting social … Continue reading The science capital teaching approach – teacher’s pack

Animation: A science capital teaching approach

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. You can find more science capital videos and resources from the University College London research team here… You … Continue reading Animation: A science capital teaching approach

Animation: A science capital approach to building science engagement

See our Enterprising Science project video animation on the science capital approach to understanding science engagement. This animation shows how engagement with science can be understood through an analogy of a burning candle, where the flame represents someone’s engagement with science. … Continue reading Animation: A science capital approach to building science engagement

Developing our See, Link, Wonder resource to help increase engagement with science using objects and images

Science capital research has highlighted the need to create links between young people’s science experiences at school, home, and out of school (for example, in museums). Such links deepen learning, and promote the relevance of science to young people’s everyday … Continue reading Developing our See, Link, Wonder resource to help increase engagement with science using objects and images