Building Bridges: Linking Science, Engineering & Architecture
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|Venue||Start Date||Start Time||Price|
|London Centre||December 8th, 2018||10:30 am||$46.31|
Engineering is much more than fixing cars and boilers: engineers use mathematical and scientific knowledge and their creativity to solve problems in the real world. This twilight will demonstrate many of the key ideas and concepts used in designing, constructing and building and give real examples of how these can be linked to teaching across the curriculum – especially maths and science. Ideas of how to integrate challenging and innovative ideas through continuous provision areas will also be explored.
- Understanding of the learning potential in construction-based activities.
- Discussions around the most valuable resources for engaging young builders and engineers.
- Sharing of practical ideas linked to curriculum areas
Phil Armstrong, Head of Regional Development South & London