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General resources on teaching and learning and STEM education

Teaching & learning theories, methodologies, styles, and frameworks

Free research on STEM education from WILEY

International Journal of STEM Education (open access)

Puzzle-based learning methodology

STEM projects for 1st year undergraduate students

Supplementary resources for teaching/learning of STEM subjects

The following are free digital supplementary resources for engaging students and enhancing teaching and learning of STEM subjects. They help take STEM education beyond 'business as usual'. Many of these resources are developed by the members of our Centre and/or our partners.

Mathematics Education

  1. Teaching mathematics in higher education: the basics and beyond (induction course for new lecturers)
  2. An internet magazine Plus of Cambridge University
  3. Counterexamples in Calculus e-book pdf icon (by Sergiy Klymchuk)
  4. Paradoxes and Sophisms in Calculus e-book pdf icon (by Sergiy Klymchuk and Susan Staples)
  5. Money Puzzles e-book pdf icon (by Sergiy Klymchuk)
  6. PartickJMT: Just Maths Tutorials
  7. Math Centre
  8. Interactive graphing program

Science Education

  1. Space Math @ NASA  
  2. Physics education
  3. Science Puzzles e-book pdf icon (by John Buckeridge, Sergei Gulyaev and Sergiy Klymchuk)
  4. Shape Puzzles e-book pdf icon (by John Buckeridge, Sergei Gulyaev and Sergiy Klymchuk)
  5. Coulomb's Law
  6. The Quantum Conspiracy
  7. Richard Feynman on the Double Slit Paradox: Particle or Wave?

Engineering Education

  1. An internet magazine Prizm of the American Society for Engineering Education
  2. MIT open course ware
  3. Teaching computer hardware and organisation using PIC-based projects pdf icon (by Nurul Sarkar).
  4. Electrical engineering labs (by David Nutt)
    1. Electrical resonance
    2. Inductance measurement
    3. Circuit analysis

Computer Science Education

  1. WebLan-Designer – a tool for enhancing learning and teaching computer networking (by Nurul Sarkar and the teaching team).

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