KS4-5: Finding new renewable energy sources with theoretical chemistryQuick View
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Suitable for 15-18-year olds (secondary and high schools, and college), this article and accompanying activity sheet can be used in the classroom, in science/computer clubs and at home. This resource links to KS4 and KS5 Chemistry: chemical and allied industries, energy changes in chemistry, structure, bonding and the properties of matter; Computing and Maths. It is also internationally relevant. It can be used as a careers resource and links to Gatsby Benchmarks: Gatsby Benchmark 2: Learning from career and labour market information Gatsby Benchmark 4: Linking curriculum learning to careers The article includes an explanation of fuel cells and why they are a potential renewable energy source, an interview with theoretical chemist Dr Mark Tuckerman and an overview of theoretical chemistry i.e. what is it and how does it compare to synthetic chemistry? The activity sheet includes discussion points - seven questions the students can answer in groups or individually. There are also links to free lessons in computer programming, and instructions on how to make a potato clock. This resource was first published on Futurum Careers: https://futurumcareers.com/ For more free articles and activity sheets linking to biology, physics, chemistry, maths, space, Earth and environmental science, engineering, technology, computer science, medicine, social science and humanities, visit Futurum Careers articles page: https://futurumcareers.com/articles If you like these free resources, please let us know and leave us some feedback. Thank you!
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KS3: Studying earthquakes to save lives

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Suitable for 11-18-year olds (secondary, middle and high schools), this article and accompanying activity sheet can be used in the classroom, in science/geography clubs and at home. This resource links to KS3 Chemistry, Earth and Atmosphere; Geography but is also internationally relevant. It can also be used as a careers resource and links to Gatsby Benchmarks: Gatsby Benchmark 2: Learning from career and labour market information Gatsby Benchmark 4: Linking curriculum learning to careers The article includes a summary of an earthquake research project, an interview with the Earth scientist Dr Alex Copely and an overview of seismology i.e. what is seismology and how do you become an Earth Scientist? The activity sheet includes discussion points - six questions the students can answer in groups or individually. There are also links to other relevant resources from Science World. The case study interviews students living in Anchorage, USA, an earthquake hot spot. For more free articles and activity sheets linking to biology, physics, chemistry, maths, space, Earth and environmental science, engineering, technology, computer science, medicine, social science and humanities, visit Futurum Careers: https://futurumcareers.com/ If you like these free resources, let us know and leave us some feedback. Thank you!
KS3-4: Smartphones, laser surgery, internet: Modern technologies that rely on lightQuick View
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KS3-4: Smartphones, laser surgery, internet: Modern technologies that rely on light

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Suitable for 11-18-year olds (secondary, middle and high schools), this article and accompanying activity sheet can be used in the classroom, in science/engineering/tech clubs and at home. This resource links to KS3 Physics, light waves; Design Technology, technical knowledge KS4 Physics; Design Technology but is also internationally relevant. It can also be used as a careers resource and links to Gatsby Benchmarks: Gatsby Benchmark 2: Learning from career and labour market information Gatsby Benchmark 4: Linking curriculum learning to careers The article includes a description of optics and photonics, a summary of modern technologies that rely on them, an interview with Professor of Optics Dr Alexis Vogt and an overview of optics careers (with so many devices now relying on optics and photonics, there’s a global shortage of technicians in this field). The activity sheet includes discussion points - six questions the students can answer in groups or individually. There are also links to other relevant resources from the Institute of Physics. For more free articles and activity sheets linking to biology, physics, chemistry, maths, space, Earth and environmental science, engineering, technology, computer science, medicine, social science and humanities, visit Futurum Careers: https://futurumcareers.com/ If you like these free resources, let us know and leave us some feedback. Thank you!
KS3-4: In what ways can insects be harmful and beneficial to trees and forests?Quick View
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KS3-4: In what ways can insects be harmful and beneficial to trees and forests?

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Suitable for 11-18-year olds (secondary, middle and high schools), this article and accompanying activity sheet can be used in the classroom, in science clubs and at home. This resource links to KS3 Biology, Interactions and Interdependencies; Geography, Physical and human and KS4 Biology, Ecosystems; Physical Geography, processes and change, but is also internationally relevant. It can also be used as a careers resource and links to Gatsby Benchmarks: Gatsby Benchmark 2: Learning from career and labour market information Gatsby Benchmark 4: Linking curriculum learning to careers The article includes a summary of a pine research project in the USA, explanations of forest pathology and entomology i.e. what they are, how plants and insects work together (symbiosis) and the career opportunities available in these fields, plus an interview with forest pathologist Dr Lori Eckhardt. The activity sheet includes discussion points - eight questions the students can answer in groups or individually - and ideas for activities that are relevant to forest pathology and entomology (insects). For more articles and activity sheets linking to biology, physics, chemistry, maths, space, Earth and environmental science, engineering, technology, computer science, medicine, social science and humanities, visit Futurum Careers: https://futurumcareers.com/ If you like these free resources, let us know and leave us some feedback. Thank you!
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KS3-4: Living with drought, floods and climate change

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Suitable for 11-18-year olds (secondary, middle and high schools), this article and accompanying activity sheet can be used in the classroom, in science clubs and at home. This resource links to KS3 *Human and physical geography *and KS4 Earth and atmospheric science but is also relevant internationally and is a good climate change resource. It can also be used as a careers resource and links to Gatsby Benchmarks: Gatsby Benchmark 2: Learning from career and labour market information Gatsby Benchmark 4: Linking curriculum learning to careers The article includes a summary of a water research project, an interview with the hydrologist Dr Emile Elias and an overview of the Southwest Climate Hub in the USA. The activity sheet includes discussion points - eight questions the students can answer in groups or individually. There are also links to other relevant resources from the Asombro Institute for Science Education. For more free articles and activity sheets linking to biology, physics, chemistry, maths, space, Earth and environmental science, engineering, technology, computer science, medicine, social science and humanities, visit Futurum Careers: https://futurumcareers.com/ If you like these free resources, let us know and leave us some feedback. Thank you!
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KS3-4: Technology and mental health

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Suitable for 11-18-year olds (secondary, middle and high schools), this article and accompanying activity sheet can be used in the classroom, in science clubs and at home. This resource links to KS3 Biology, health; PSHE and KS4 Psychology, but is also internationally relevant. It can also be used as a careers resource and links to Gatsby Benchmarks: Gatsby Benchmark 2: Learning from career and labour market information Gatsby Benchmark 4: Linking curriculum learning to careers The article includes a summary of a mental health research project, an interview with the clinical psychologist Dr Christine Wekerle and an overview of clinical psychology i.e. what is it and how do you become a clinical psychologist? The activity sheet includes discussion points - eight questions the students can answer in groups or individually - and ideas for activities that are relevant to psychology. For more articles and activity sheets linking to biology, physics, chemistry, maths, space, Earth and environmental science, engineering, technology, computer science, medicine, social science and humanities, visit Futurum Careers: https://futurumcareers.com/ If you like these free resources, let us know and leave us some feedback. Thank you!
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KS3-4: Space: your students can use the world's largest telescope for free

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Suitable for 11-18-year olds (secondary, middle and high schools), this article and accompanying activity sheet can be used in the classroom, in science/space clubs and at home. This resource links to KS3 and KS4 space physics but is also internationally relevant. It can also be used as a careers resource and links to Gatsby Benchmarks: Gatsby Benchmark 2: Learning from career and labour market information Gatsby Benchmark 4: Linking curriculum learning to careers The article includes a summary of a space research project, an interview with the astrophysicist Dr Stacey Habergham-Mawson and an overview of astrophysics i.e. what is astrophysics and how do you become an astrophysicist? The activity sheet includes discussion points - eight questions the students can answer in groups or individually. There are also links to other relevant resources from the National Schools’ Observatory. For more free articles and activity sheets linking to biology, physics, chemistry, maths, space, Earth and environmental science, engineering, technology, computer science, medicine, social science and humanities, visit Futurum Careers: https://futurumcareers.com/ If you like these free resources, let us know and leave us some feedback. Thank you!
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KS3-4: Nanotechnology: when it is good (and bad) for us and society

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Suitable for 11-18-year olds (secondary, middle and high schools), this article and accompanying activity sheet can be used in the classroom, in science clubs and at home. This resource links to KS3 Design and Technology, investigate new and emerging technologies; KS4 Chemistry, chemical analysis; KS4 Design and Technology, technical principles, but is also internationally relevant. It can also be used as a careers resource and links to Gatsby Benchmarks: Gatsby Benchmark 2: Learning from career and labour market information Gatsby Benchmark 4: Linking curriculum learning to careers The article includes a summary of a nanotechnology research project, an interview with the chemist Dr Andrea Holmes and an overview of nanotechnology i.e. what is it and how do you become a nanotechnologist? The activity sheet includes discussion points - six questions the students can answer in groups or individually - and ideas for activities that are relevant to nanotechnology. For more articles and activity sheets linking to biology, physics, chemistry, maths, space, Earth and environmental science, engineering, technology, computer science, medicine, social science and humanities, visit Futurum Careers: https://futurumcareers.com/ If you like these free resources, let us know and leave us some feedback. Thank you!
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KS3-4: Can we use stem cells to create organs in the human body?

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Suitable for 11-18-year olds (secondary, middle and high schools), this article and accompanying activity sheet can be used in the classroom, in science clubs and at home. This resource links to KS3 Biology, cells and organisation, nutrition and digestion, health; PSHE and KS4 Biology, cell biology; health, disease and the development of medicines; but is also internationally relevant. It can also be used as a careers resource and links to Gatsby Benchmarks: Gatsby Benchmark 2: Learning from career and labour market information Gatsby Benchmark 4: Linking curriculum learning to careers The article includes a summary of a stem cell research project i.e. creating a human liver from stem cells, an interview with tissue engineer Dr Dave Hay and an overview of stem cell research and tissue engineering i.e. what is it and how do you become a tissue engineer? The activity sheet includes discussion points - nine questions the students can answer in groups or individually - and ideas for activities that are relevant to biology. For more articles and activity sheets linking to biology, physics, chemistry, maths, space, Earth and environmental science, engineering, technology, computer science, medicine, social science and humanities, visit Futurum Careers: https://futurumcareers.com/ If you like these free resources, let us know and leave us some feedback. Thank you!
KS3-4: Can chemistry solve climate change with carbon capture?Quick View
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KS3-4: Can chemistry solve climate change with carbon capture?

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Suitable for 11-18-year olds (secondary, middle and high schools), this article and accompanying activity sheet can be used in the classroom, in science clubs and at home. This resource links to KS3 Chemistry, Earth and atmosphere; Design and Technology, Evaluate; *Geography, human and physical *and KS4 Chemistry, Earth and atmospheric science, but is also internationally relevant. It can also be used as a careers resource and links to Gatsby Benchmarks: Gatsby Benchmark 2: Learning from career and labour market information Gatsby Benchmark 4: Linking curriculum learning to careers The article includes a summary of a carbon capture project, an interview with chemical engineer Prof Chris Jones and an overview of chemical engineering. The activity sheet includes discussion points - eight questions the students can answer in groups or individually. There are also links to other relevant resources from Science Buddies. For more articles and activity sheets linking to biology, physics, chemistry, maths, space, Earth and environmental science, engineering, technology, computer science, medicine, social science and humanities, visit Futurum Careers: https://futurumcareers.com/ If you like these free resources, let us know and leave us some feedback. Thank you!
KS3-4: What are glaciers and how are they affected by climate change?Quick View
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KS3-4: What are glaciers and how are they affected by climate change?

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Suitable for 11-18-year olds (secondary, middle and high schools), this article and accompanying activity sheet can be used in the classroom, in science clubs and at home. This resource links to KS3* Human and Physical Geography*, and KS4 Geography, people and environment; processes and change; locational knowledge, but is also internationally relevant. It can also be used as a careers resource and links to Gatsby Benchmarks: Gatsby Benchmark 2: Learning from career and labour market information Gatsby Benchmark 4: Linking curriculum learning to careers The article explains the difference between icebergs and glaciers and includes a summary of a glacier research project. You’ll also find an interview with glaciologist Dr Ellyn Enderlin and an overview of glaciology and climate change i.e. what is it and how do you become a glaciologist? The activity sheet includes discussion points - seven questions the students can answer in groups or individually - and ideas for activities that are relevant to geography including an ice flow game. For more articles and activity sheets linking to biology, physics, chemistry, maths, space, Earth and environmental science, engineering, technology, computer science, medicine, social science and humanities, visit Futurum Careers: https://futurumcareers.com/ If you like these free resources, let us know and leave us some feedback. Thank you!
KS3-4: Science communication - learning a key skill for the futureQuick View
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KS3-4: Science communication - learning a key skill for the future

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Suitable for 11-18-year olds (secondary, middle and high schools), this article and accompanying activity sheet can be used in the classroom, in science/English clubs and at home. * This resource links to KS3 English Language and Literacy; KS4 Science, Working Scientifically but is also internationally relevant.* It can also be used as a careers resource and links to Gatsby Benchmarks: Gatsby Benchmark 2: Learning from career and labour market information Gatsby Benchmark 4: Linking curriculum learning to careers The article includes a summary of two research projects, an overview of science communication and interviews with STEM students. The activity sheet includes discussion points - nine questions the students can answer in groups or individually. There are also links to other relevant resources from Teen Science Cafe. For more articles and activity sheets linking to biology, physics, chemistry, maths, space, Earth and environmental science, engineering, technology, computer science, medicine, social science and humanities, visit Futurum Careers: https://futurumcareers.com/ If you like these free resources, let us know and leave us some feedback. Thank you!
KS3-4: Plant diseases, feeding the world and big dataQuick View
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KS3-4: Plant diseases, feeding the world and big data

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Suitable for 11-18-year olds (secondary, middle and high schools), this article and accompanying activity sheet can be used in the classroom, in science clubs and at home. This resource links to KS3 Biology, Interactions and interdependencies and KS4 Biology, Ecosystems; Evolution, inheritance and variation, but is also internationally relevant. It can also be used as a careers resource and links to Gatsby Benchmarks: Gatsby Benchmark 2: Learning from career and labour market information Gatsby Benchmark 4: Linking curriculum learning to careers The article includes a summary of a research project, summaries of plant diseases, molecular genetics and big data, i.e. what are these fields and what role do they play in keeping our food crops free from disease, and an interview with Dr Kim Hammond-Kosack. The activity sheet includes discussion points - nine questions the students can answer in groups or individually - and ideas for activities that are relevant to biology. For more articles and activity sheets linking to biology, physics, chemistry, maths, space, Earth and environmental science, engineering, technology, computer science, medicine, social science and humanities, visit Futurum Careers: https://futurumcareers.com/ If you like these free resources, let us know and leave us some feedback. Thank you!
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KS3-4: Victorian poems and how they reflected the hardships of the time

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Suitable for 11-18-year olds (secondary, middle and high schools), this article and accompanying activity sheet can be used in the classroom, in science clubs and at home. This resource links to KS3 English language and literature, and History, ideas, political power, industry and empire: Britain, 1745-1901 and KS4 English, critical reading and comprehension, but is also internationally relevant. It can also be used as a careers resource and links to Gatsby Benchmarks: Gatsby Benchmark 2: Learning from career and labour market information Gatsby Benchmark 4: Linking curriculum learning to careers The article describes the importance of working-class Victorian poetry during the Lancashire Cotton Famine, an interview with English lecturer Dr Simon Rennie, and examples of careers available with an English degree. The activity sheet includes discussion points - seven questions the students can answer in groups or individually - and ideas for activities that are relevant to English studies. For more articles and activity sheets linking to biology, physics, chemistry, maths, space, Earth and environmental science, engineering, technology, computer science, medicine, social science and humanities, visit Futurum Careers: https://futurumcareers.com/ If you like these free resources, let us know and leave us some feedback. Thank you!
KS3-4: Marine life and what we can learn from itQuick View
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KS3-4: Marine life and what we can learn from it

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Suitable for 11-18-year olds (secondary, middle and high schools), this article and accompanying activity sheet can be used in the classroom, in science clubs and at home. This resource links to KS3 Biology, Interactions and interdependencies and KS4 Biology, Ecosystems, but is also internationally relevant. It can also be used as a careers resource and links to Gatsby Benchmarks: Gatsby Benchmark 2: Learning from career and labour market information Gatsby Benchmark 4: Linking curriculum learning to careers The article includes a summary of a bobtail squid research project, an interview with marine biologist Sarah McAnulty, and access to Skype a Scientist - a free resource for teachers that links classrooms to scientists around the world. The activity sheet includes discussion points - eight questions the students can answer in groups or individually - and ideas for activities that are relevant to marine biology. For more articles and activity sheets linking to biology, physics, chemistry, maths, space, Earth and environmental science, engineering, technology, computer science, medicine, social science and humanities, visit Futurum Careers: https://futurumcareers.com/ If you like these free resources, let us know and leave us some feedback. Thank you!
KS3-4: The marine ecosystem: from zooplankton to humansQuick View
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KS3-4: The marine ecosystem: from zooplankton to humans

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Suitable for 11-18-year olds (secondary, middle and high schools), this article and accompanying activity sheet can be used in the classroom, in science clubs and at home. This resource links to KS3 Biology, Interactions and interdependencies; Geography, human and physical and KS4 Biology, Ecosystems; Geography, locational knowledge; human and physical geography, but is also internationally relevant. It can also be used as a careers resource and links to Gatsby Benchmarks: Gatsby Benchmark 2: Learning from career and labour market information Gatsby Benchmark 4: Linking curriculum learning to careers The article includes a summary of a marine research project, an infographic of a food web, an explanation of oceanography i.e. what is it and what career opportunities are there in this field, and an interview with oceanographer Dr Marc Frischer. The activity sheet includes discussion points - seven questions the students can answer in groups or individually - and ideas for activities that are relevant to marine science. For more free articles and activity sheets linking to biology, physics, chemistry, maths, space, Earth and environmental science, engineering, technology, computer science, medicine, social science and humanities, visit Futurum Careers: https://futurumcareers.com/ If you like these free resources, let us know and leave us some feedback. Thank you!
KS3-4: The atomic nucleus: simplifying a complex physics problemQuick View
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KS3-4: The atomic nucleus: simplifying a complex physics problem

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Suitable for 11-18-year olds (secondary, middle and high schools), this article and accompanying activity sheet can be used in the classroom, in science clubs and at home. This resource links to KS3 Physics, Particle model and KS4 Physics, atomic structure but is also internationally relevant. It can also be used as a careers resource and links to Gatsby Benchmarks: Gatsby Benchmark 2: Learning from career and labour market information Gatsby Benchmark 4: Linking curriculum learning to careers The article includes a summary of a nuclear physics research project, an explanation of chemical elements, and an interview with nuclear physicist Dr Jacek Dobaczewski. The activity sheet includes discussion points - seven questions the students can answer in groups or individually - and ideas for activities that are relevant to physics. For more free articles and activity sheets linking to biology, physics, chemistry, maths, space, Earth and environmental science, engineering, technology, computer science, medicine, social science and humanities, visit Futurum Careers: https://futurumcareers.com/ If you like these free resources, please let us know by leaving your feedback. Thank you!
KS3-4: What are rare earth elements, where do we find them and how can we use them?Quick View
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KS3-4: What are rare earth elements, where do we find them and how can we use them?

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Suitable for 11-18-year olds (secondary, middle and high schools), this article and accompanying activity sheet can be used in the classroom, in science clubs and at home. This resource links to KS3 Science, Earth: Earth Resources and Climate and KS4 Chemistry, Earth and Atmospheric Science; Geography, physical geography and people and environment, but is also internationally relevant. It can also be used as a careers resource and links to Gatsby Benchmarks: Gatsby Benchmark 2: Learning from career and labour market information Gatsby Benchmark 4: Linking curriculum learning to careers The article includes a summary of a geoscience research project, including an explanation of rare elements such as tellurium, which is rarer than gold! Marine geoscientist Prof Bram Murton explains his fascination with marine geoscience as well as the career opportunities that are available in this field. The activity sheet includes discussion points - seven questions the students can answer in groups or individually - and ideas for activities that are relevant to geoscience, including Boaty McBoatface! For more articles and activity sheets linking to biology, physics, chemistry, maths, space, Earth and environmental science, engineering, technology, computer science, medicine, social science and humanities, visit Futurum Careers: https://futurumcareers.com/ If you like these free resources, let us know and leave us some feedback. Thank you!
KS3-4: Learn about supply chains and machine learning with the root beer and zombie apocalypse gamesQuick View
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KS3-4: Learn about supply chains and machine learning with the root beer and zombie apocalypse games

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Suitable for 11-18-year olds (secondary, middle and high schools), this article and accompanying activity sheet can be used in the classroom, in science/computer clubs and at home. This resource is internationally relevant but also links to KS3 Maths: reason mathematically, and Computer Science; and KS4 Maths: solve problems, and Computer Science. It can also be used as a careers resource and links to Gatsby Benchmarks: Gatsby Benchmark 2: Learning from career and labour market information Gatsby Benchmark 4: Linking curriculum learning to careers The article includes an example of a supply chain (Van’s shoes) and a summary of operations research and machine learning: what are they and how do they protect supply chains? There’s also an interview with Professor Larry Snyder, plus ideas on how to work in his field. The activity sheet includes discussion points - seven questions the students can answer in groups or individually-, and games for the students to play such as the root beer game and surviving a zombie apocalypse. For more free articles and activity sheets linking to biology, physics, chemistry, maths, space, Earth and environmental science, engineering, technology, computer science, medicine, social science and humanities, visit Futurum Careers: https://futurumcareers.com/ If you like these free resources, let us know and leave us some feedback. Thank you!
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KS3-4: Algorithms and robots

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Suitable for 11-18-year olds (secondary, middle and high schools), this article and accompanying activity sheet can be used in the classroom, in science/computer clubs and at home. This resource is internationally relevant but also links to KS3 Computer Science: Can understand and apply the fundamental principles and concepts of computer science, including abstraction, logic, algorithms and data representation. It can also be used as a careers resource and links to Gatsby Benchmarks: Gatsby Benchmark 2: Learning from career and labour market information Gatsby Benchmark 4: Linking curriculum learning to careers The article includes a summary of an algorithms/robotics research project, an interview with computer scientist Dr Andrea Richa and an overview of computer science i.e. what is computer science and how do you become a computer scientist? The activity sheet includes discussion points - eight questions the students can answer in groups or individually. There are also links to other relevant resources from TED and the BBC. For more free articles and activity sheets linking to biology, physics, chemistry, maths, space, Earth and environmental science, engineering, technology, computer science, medicine, social science and humanities, visit Futurum Careers: https://futurumcareers.com/ If you like these free resources, let us know and leave us some feedback. Thank you!
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KS3-4: Storm waves, tsunamis and what it means to live on the coast - includes a video

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Suitable for 11-18-year olds (secondary, middle and high schools), this article and accompanying activity sheet can be used in the classroom, in science clubs and at home. This resource links to KS3 Geography, physical and human; locational and KS4 Geography, physical; processes and change, geographical skills, but is also internationally relevant. It can also be used as a careers resource and links to Gatsby Benchmarks: Gatsby Benchmark 2: Learning from career and labour market information Gatsby Benchmark 4: Linking curriculum learning to careers The article explains the difference between tsunamis and storm waves, and the force needed for these waves to move rocks weighing hundreds of tonnes. You’ll also find an interview with geologist Dr Ronadh Cox and explanations of geology i.e. what is it, how does it shape the world around us, and what career opportunities are available in this field? There’s a video for the students to watch online: https://futurumcareers.com/can-storm-waves-move-a-boulder-as-heavy-as-six-blue-whales The activity sheet includes discussion points - seven questions the students can answer in groups or individually - and ideas for activities that are relevant to geology. For more articles and activity sheets linking to biology, physics, chemistry, maths, space, Earth and environmental science, engineering, technology, computer science, medicine, social science and humanities, visit Futurum Careers: https://futurumcareers.com/ If you like these free resources, let us know and leave us some feedback. Thank you!