Explore the CHRISTMAS LECTURES further with these exciting activities, great for both schools and families.
Teachers can now download structured practice debate kits on the topic "Should our town centre be self-driving cars only?".
The kits have everything you need to run a debate on a controversial topic. They are set up to help students learn how to structure a debate, back up their opinions with facts and consider other points of view.Our Science Debate Kits (a free STEM resource) develop students’ discussion skills around scientific issues.
They contain 8 debate cards outlining the opinions of fictional characters with an interest in a given science topic, and teachers notes to help you to carry out the lesson effectively.
I'm a Mathematician, Get me out of here! is an online student-led STEM enrichment activity where students connect with people using maths at the centre of their work.
Funded by the Royal Institution, The CHRISTMAS LECTURES Zone (6th – 31st January 2020) will focus on the themes of this year's Lectures, including statistics, probability, big data, algorithms and machine learning.
Your class will go online to ask their questions to a range of mathematicians, technologists, engineers, scientists and more.
You'll need two lessons to run the activity with your class, and can book a live chat at a time that suits your class this January.
Register by 6/12/19 at secrets.imamathematician.uk/teacher-registration.
Create an account at secrets.imamathematician.uk and start asking questions when the zone goes live in January.