CREATIVITY IN SCIENCE TEACHING
Charles Darwin House - 12 - 14 December 2016

Drones, bones and mobile phones: Maker education and creative learning in science

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Dr Mark Feltham explores the paradigm shift towards a more creative, student-centric way of teaching and learning in education. Discussing the Maker Movement, Dr Feltham looks at how this learning revolution has implications for education, and also provides examples of how his own students have opted for more creative formal education. 

This lecture was filmed at the Society for Experimental Biology on the 13th December 2016.