The ‘Designing for STEM’ Program is a new initiative aimed at engaging Transition Year students with STEM subjects through project-based learning. The program involves a half-day workshop, in which students will work together to come up with ideas to solve real-world problems using STEM solutions.
The program is free, with all materials provided by the organisers. It is being run as part of a Cork Institute of Technology research project investigating new ways to enhance STEM learning for second-level students. The program is funded by the H2020 UMI-Sci-Ed Project (http://umi-sci-ed.eu).
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