Are you involved in delivering Aviation STEM subjects in your Museum/Group?
Do you want to deliver STEM but not sure where to start?
STEMing The Rot is a one-day conference, part of Aviation Heritage UK’s Stopping the Rot series, and explores how STEM is changing and discusses what tomorrow’s museum staff and volunteers might like to do.
STEM in Aviation is possibly one of the biggest growth areas for us in recent years. The Heritage Lottery Fund and many other funding providers now demand a STEM element in applications
Hear from a diverse range of speakers and have the chance to take part in discussions exploring:
- different approaches to delivering STEM
- how Museums and Groups can stay relevant and meet the needs of today’s curriculum
- sharing STEM ideas and successes – and even a few things that didn’t go so well
- how STEM fits in with funding applications
- practical STEM ideas that you can use
This conference is for everyone who cares for STEM and it’s importance to young people from ages 4 to 16. It aims to showcase successes, inspire ways forward with sharing STEM ideas and promoting them to a wide variety of new and established audiences.
Rosalind Azouzi Royal Aeronautical Society
Bill McGrath Trenchard Museum
Shelley Hancock STEM Ambassadors
Amy Seadon Aerospace Bristol
Katherine McAlpine Imperial War Museum
Toni Hunter The Aviation Experience Company
Susan Raikes Science Museum
Mike Odd RAF Museum
Virginia Smith Brooklands Museum
Dempster Hamilton RAF Model Flying Association
STEMing The Rot
The Trenchard Museum, RAF Halton, Wendover, Buckinghamshire HP22 5PG
Thursday 19th March 2020
10.30am to 16.30pm
Attendance is Free. Lunch is included.